Lecture 9 Archaic Period cont, Classical Period

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The Archaic Period continued and The Beginning of the Classical Period February 23, 2010
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Temple of Aphaia at Aegina 500/480 BCE
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Replacement E Pediment, 480 BCE West Pediment, 500 BCE
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West Pediment
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East Pediment Vs. west
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West East
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Athens Acropolis
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New York Kouros 600 BCE 20 cm 10.5 m
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Anavysos kouros "Stop and show pity beside the marker of Kroisos, dead, whom once in EDWWOH¶V IURQW UDQN UDJLQJ $UHV GHVWUR\HG´ 530 BCE
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Berlin Kore 570-560 BCE
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Peplos Kore 530 BCE
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Suicide of Ajax Exekias 540-530 BCE
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Exekias Vatican Amphora 540-30
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Andokides Painter bilingual amphora 520
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Euphronios calyx krater-- death of Sarpedon 510 BCE
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Euthymides ³DV QHYHU (XSKURQLRV´ Revelers, 510 BCE
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Greece from 480-323 BCE ± 479 The end of the Peloponnesian War ± 478-477 Foundation of Delian League by Athens ± 431-404 Peloponnesian War between Athens and Sparta ± ²³´¶V Rise of Macedon under Philip II ± 332 Alexander the Great begins his campaigns in the East ± 323 Alexander dies in Babylon, beginning of the Hellenistic era
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Stadium at Olympia The Sanctuary at Olympia
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Libon of Elis architect, 470-450 Phidias of Athens, sculptor, 450 Temple of Zeus Chryselephantine cult statue of Zeus
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Temple of Zeus Pedimental Sculpture E W E-Pelops and Oinemaos W-Battle of Lapiths and Centaurs Both 460 BCE
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False oath of Oinomaus and Pelops Pelops and Hippodamia Olympia Temple of Zeus East Pediment
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