Chapter 5 Picture Quiz shows figure no not pictures

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1 Parthenon, Acropolis, Athens (Figure 5-44) a. How does this work conform to the period? b. How is this work original? c. Who is/are the architect and/or architects? d. What is the period? status: not answered () correct: a. It has become the culmination of the ideal solution to perfect proportions in Doric temple design. Page 126 b. Its originality lies in the spacing and slender shafts of the columns. The capitals with their straight-sided conical echinuses become the ultimate refinements for the budging and squat Doric columns and compressed capitals of earlier Doric temples (Temple of Hera (Basilica), Paestum). Page 126 c. Iktinos and Kallikrates. Page 126 d. Classical. Page 118 your answer: 2 Aphrodite of Knidos (Figure 5-62) a. How does this work reflect the period? b. Who is the sculptor?
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status: not answered () correct: a. The sculptor has made a conscious effort to humanize the goddess. He has depicted her naked and about to enter her bath, a rather mundane activity. She is neither erotic nor licentious; however he has imbued her with a sensuality that is unique and uncommon. Page 137 b. Praxiteles. Page 137 your answer: 3
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