Michael Short Classics Note 2s

Michael Short Classics Note 2s - Panhellenic sites: Olympia...

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19:44 The Ionic Order Temple of Artemis at Ephesus Bigger Columns much taller Slender columns Mid Sixth Century B.C. Fluted Volute Capital Important pottery types Amphorae-storage containers Kraters-mixing bowls Hydriae-vessel for carrying and storing water (three handled) Kylikes, Skphoi, kantharoi, are all cups Aryballoi, alabastra, pxyides (pyxis)- cosmetic and perfume storage containers White Ground Begins late 6 th  century Often used in weddings and more ritualistic events rather than drinking events Olympia Olympia (greatest of panhellenic sanctuaries) Olympic games began ca. 776BC Many traveled from all over Greece to visit shrine and partake in games Religious significance Temple of Zeus and Hera most important buildings
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Unformatted text preview: Panhellenic sites: Olympia Delphi Nemea Isthmia Athenian Treasury at Delphi (500-480 BC) What ways Greek cities planned Houses built on regular plan Some large avenues Houses facing street Houses built of mud brick on stone foundations so that only foundations survive Some were two story houses Athenian Building Program 508BC institution of democracy in Athens 494-479 BC Persian Wars Although the Greeks emerged victorious the Persians had sacked and destroyed Greek Cities including Athens Parthenon (temple of Athena) 447-432BC Propylaia beg. 437BC, abandoned 432BC Temple of Athena Nike 427-420BC Erechtheion 421-406 BC 19:44 19:44...
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This note was uploaded on 11/10/2011 for the course CLASSICS 51a taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '10 term at UCLA.

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