ahis_notes_archaicclassicalgreece

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Geometric to Orientalizing Art (900 – 600 BCE) Geometric funerary krater, from the Dipylon cemetery, Athens, Greece, ca.  740 BCE In the Mantikios Apollo statuette, bronze, more details emerge o Eyes are more pronounced o Hair is there. o Musculature is established Archaic Kouros, c. 600 BCE (Metropolitan Kouros) Daedalic style 600 – 400 BCE o Named after the supposed artist of these Daealus (meaning skillful one) So far, artists have been missing/unnamed from the work. Thumbs are clenched and the arms are close to the body Statue displays remnants of a triangular torso and the ridged mentality The Early/High Classical Periods – 480 to 400 BCE Polykleitos, Doryphoros, c. 450-440 BCE o Polykleito developed the canon to make the perfect statue o The Greeks believed that beauty was through the result of harmonic  numbers o
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