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EGYPT Architecture Art and Ceremony
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Egypt: Gift of Nile (“delta”)
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Egypt=Nile
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Egypt: principal sites: Giza , Karnak , Luxor (West and East of Nile)
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Funerary Architecture
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Djoser complex, Saqqara, 27c BCE, graphic reconstruction a palace complex for the dead king
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Djoser Complex at Saqqara (27 th c)
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Sphinx
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Giza complex: components
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Cf. and contrast
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Non-funerary architecture The temples of New Kingdom (1550-1070 BCE)
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Karnak: Precinct of Amun
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Unformatted text preview: Karnak, Precinct of Amun Temple Architecture: Karnak/Luxor Pylons, Obelisks Hypostyle hall: representational columns Deir-el-Bahri: temple Hatsepsut (15 c BCE) Left: damnatio memoriae Deir-el-Bahri: Egypt: general characteristics of representational arts Preoccupation with death Propagandistic in nature Conventionalism Conservatism Ritually conditioned=functional...
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