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Art History I Stokstad, Chapter Six: Images Christine Tate, Ph.D. Pont du Gard, France c. 20 B.C.E. Concrete, stone, and brick, 160’ x 900’ Augustus of Primaporta (a slightly later copy of bronze original) c. 20 B.C.E. (original date) Marble, 6' 8" Ara Pacis with Relief of Imperial Procession 13-9 B.C.E. Marble, Altar=34.5’x38’; Relief =5’ 2” NOTICE THE CHANGE IN THE DATES! Wall Niche from a Garden at Pompeii (See Peristyle Garden for context) C 50 C.E. Mosaic, 43¾” x 31½ “ Flavian Amphitheater (Colosseum), Rome 70-80 C.E.
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Unformatted text preview: Concrete and stone, 615' x 510' x 159' Arch of Titus, including relief of Spoils from the Temple of Solomon c. 81 C.E. (original date) Concrete and white marble, 50’; relief=7’10” Column of Trajan, Rome c. 117 C.E. Marble, 125' Pantheon, Rome 118-28 C.E. Brick, concrete, and stone, Dome diameter=143' Equestrian Statue of Marcus Aurelius c. 176 C.E. Gilded bronze, 11’6” The Tetrarchs c. 300 C.E. Porphyry, Figures=51” tall Audience Hall/Basilica, Trier, Germany c. 325 C.E. One wall & apse original, interior=100’ high...
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