Paleolithic-Neolithic - Paleolithic/Neolithic Wednesday,...

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The man is not depicted as realistic versus the animal which is depicted as natural Man, penis is shown Is there a story being told? May be knocked over or attacking the bison, what is the animal staff represent At other locations, other animals are found bears, panthers and predators 1.13 What do we know about the Rhinocerous, wounded man, bison? Events that occurred, but the myth is the basis of religion What is the importance of the mythology? Large breasted and hipped with a generalized head Small hands, most are 4-6 inches carried in the palm Fertility, limestone 28,000 BCE Willendorf, Austria No facial features common among paleolithic 1.5 Venus of Willendorf? Free standing/Round - no base, may stand on its own Relief - attached to a back plane, carve away from the backstone What are the two types of sculptures? Attacked to backplane, high degree of naturalism and relief Cracks from the drying process of applying clay
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This note was uploaded on 03/16/2011 for the course ARH 101 taught by Professor Leslie during the Spring '11 term at SUNY Stony Brook.

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Paleolithic-Neolithic - Paleolithic/Neolithic Wednesday,...

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