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Art of Ancient Egypt Stokstad Chapter 3, pgs 53-87 Gardner Chapter 3, pgs 64-97 Vocabulary Axial plan Canon of proportions Cartouche Core glass Colonnade Engaged column Faience Hypostyle hall Mastaba Necropolis Obelisk Portico Register Rock-cut tomb Sarcophagus Serdab Historical Evidence 1. Where were Upper and Lower Egypt originally located? 2. Who was “Menes” and what is his significance to Egyptian history? 3. Discuss the significance of the discovery of Tutankhamun’s tomb to Egyptian archaeology. 4. What were the “Books of the Dead?” Interpretation and Meaning 1. Discuss the religious beliefs of this culture, citing examples of key deities. 2. What was the function of the Ka statues?
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3. What relationship did Tomb decoration have to the Ka statues? Style 1. Using Palette of Narmer as an example, describe the Egyptian canon of proportions for
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Unformatted text preview: figural representation. 2. Describe the Amarna style found during the New Kingdom. How does this style differ from earlier periods? Materials and Techniques 1. Describe the techniques used to create Egyptian paintings and relief sculptures. Compare and Discuss 1. Trace the development of funerary architecture during the Old Kingdom from the mastaba to the Stepped Pyramid of Djoser at Saqqara to the Great Pyramids of Giza. 2. Discuss the Temple of Hatshepsut and how it is different in form and function from Old Kingdom architecture. 3. Compare the relief of Ti Watching a Hippopotamus Hunt with the relief of Akhenaten and His family. 4. Describe the major elements found in the Temple Complexes at Karnak and Luxor during the New Kingdom....
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