The Greek Temple Study Images 20090

The Greek Temple Study Images 20090 - balance between...

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The Greek Temple
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The Doric Temple 1. stereobate 2. stylobate 3. column, peristyle, pteron 4. pronaos 5. naos 6. opisthodomus
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Kliobis and Biton Archaic 590 BCE
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Kritios Boy Charioteer of Delphi Transitional 480 BCE
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Riace Warriors 460-430 BCE
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Doryphoros by Polykleitos of Argos 450-440 BCE
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Temple of Hera I (Basilica), Paestum, Italy c. 530 BCE
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Temple of Hera I (Basilica), Paestum, Italy c. 530 BCE
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Temple of Hera I (Basilica), Paestum, Italy c. 530 BCE
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Archaic Doric Temple proportionately longer and narrower (4:9) columns closer together columns heavier, less integrate Entablature taller and seems to weigh on the columns sculpture in frieze and pediment
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Temple of Zeus at Olympia, Greece Libon, architect 465 BCE
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Classical Doric Temple designed on a module of 1:2 designed completely before start of construction greater unity of column
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Unformatted text preview: balance between column and entablature Temple of Zeus at Olympia, Greece Libon, architect 465 BCE Temple of Zeus at Olympia, Greece Libon, architect 465 BCE Temple of Zeus at Olympia, Greece Libon, architect 465 BCE Temple of Artemis, Ephesus, Turkey c. 550 BCE Temple of Artemis, Ephesus, Turkey c. 550 BCE Temple of Artemis, Ephesus, Turkey c. 550 BCE monumental in scale on low marshy ground at the head of the bay near the water dipteral (double peristyle) with deep many-columned porches naos may have been open to the sky light draws the procession into the naos like a clearing in a grove of trees by legend the lintel was raised by the goddess Floated on sheepskin and charcoal Temple of Artemis, Ephesus, Turkey c. 300 BCE...
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This note was uploaded on 02/15/2011 for the course ARC 1701 taught by Professor Cappellari during the Spring '08 term at University of Florida.

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