Lecture 11 Hellenistic, Etruscans, Republican Rome rev-1

Lecture 11 Hellenistic, Etruscans, Republican Rome rev-1 -...

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The Hellenistic Period Republican Rome March 2, 2010
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Monumental Stone Gate, South Face of Acropolis, Pergamon
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± The Great Altar 175-150 BCE
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± Theater at Pergamon, View to Southwest
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Dying Gaul 220 BCE
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Temple of Aphaia at Aegina
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Zeus, East Frieze
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Athena, East Frieze
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The Fates, N Frieze
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Godesses from the Parthenon, East Pediment
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Titans and the spirit of the morning and evening stars, S Frieze
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± New subjects: depictions of foreigners and enemies ± Agon or Combat: cosmic and historical ± Theatricality: through composition and sculptural technique
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The Romans: Key Periods ± Bronze Age 3500-1100 BCE ± Iron Age 1100-509 BCE ² Villanovans, Etruscans et al ± The Roman Republic 509-27 BCE ± The Principate 27 BCE-312 CE ± Late Antique Rome 312-395 CE 19
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Etruria
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The Etruscans ± Language not fully deciphered ± Religion modeled on Greek, divination ± Government: federation of cities, ruled by kings, land empire ± Contact with Phoenicians ± Mineral wealth ± Extensive contact with Greek colonies in southern Italy, Sicily ± Along with Greeks, main influence on Roman culture
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Tuscan Column
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500 BCE
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This note was uploaded on 08/30/2010 for the course C C 32455 taught by Professor Simpson during the Fall '09 term at University of Texas.

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