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Unformatted text preview: the surrounding figures. Partial Frame: The Frieze Slide 13-2: Darius and Xerxes Giving Audience , Persian, c. 490 BCE. Janson p. 95 An example of what might be called a partial frame is the frieze, often found in the temples. It is closed at top and bottom and open at the ends. Tapestries and Scrolls Slide 13-6: The Battle of Hastings, detail of the Bayeux Tapestry. c. 1073-83. Janson p. 325 Other open frames include Oriental scrolls or tapestries, like the famous Bayeux Tapestry , depicting the Battle of Hastings. Closed Frames: Murals and Frescos Slide 13-8: GIOTTO, Scrovegni Chapel Frescos . Electra p. 11 Murals and frescos might be open, like the Oreszco Frescos, or have clearly defined outlines like in the Scrovegni Chapel....
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