Lecture 10 Classical Period, Hellenistic

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The Classical and Hellenistic Periods February 25, 2010
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Delian League Athenian tribute lists
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Periclean building program Phidias master architect ± Parthenon 447-432 ± Propylaa 437-432 ± Erechtheion 430s- 406 ± Nike temple 420s
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Sculptural Program of the Parthenon ± West pediment: Contest between Poseidon and Athena ± East pediment: Birth of Athena ± Metopes (92): Gigantomachy (E); Centauromachy (S); Amazonomachy (W); Trojan war (N) ± Frieze: Panathenaic procession (?)
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Phidias
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West Pediment: Contest between Athena and Poseidon
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East Pediment: Birth of Athena
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10 The Elgin Marbles
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14 Cult Statue ± Phidias ± Chryselephantine
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The Diskobolos by Myron, 450 BCE
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Artemision Zeus or Poseidon, 460-450 BCE
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Doryphoros By Polykleitos From Pompeii Greek bronze original c 440 BCE
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Acropolis of Pergamon ±
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Unformatted text preview: View from the Asclepeion Gymnasium at Pergamon (view to southwest) Sanctuary of Demeter, 3rd Century, View to the West The Great Altar 175-150 Monumental Stone Gate, South Face of Acropolis, Pergamon Palace Complex at Pergamon (view to south) Theater at Pergamon, View to Southwest Dying Gaul 220 BCE Temple of Aphaia at Aegina Gaul and his Wife 220 BCE Zeus, East Frieze Athena, East Frieze The Fates, N Frieze Godesses from the Parthenon, East Pediment Titans and the spirit of the morning and evening stars, S Frieze Depictions of others and enemies Agon or Combat: cosmic and historical Theatricality: through composition and sculptural technique Nike of Samothrace, 180 BCE Laocon, 2 nd c. BCE-1 st c. CE...
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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 at Austin.

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