Archaic (Part 2) - Archaic Sculpture and Architecture Korai...

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Archaic Sculpture and Architecture
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Korai and Kouroi Statues of youths and maidens Often used as dedications, offerings, or grave markers (only the male figures used for graves) Kore + kore = korai Kouros + kouros = Kouroi Vary in height and importance
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Sounion Kouros, ht. 3 meters, c. 620 BCE
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Metropolitan Kouros, ht 6’, c. 600 BCE
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Comparison of the Met Kouros with a statue of Hatshepsut
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Moskophoros or “calf- bearer”, 1.65 m, c. 560 BCE
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Anavysos Kouros, ht 6’4”, c. 530 BCE, Athens
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Aristodikos Kouros, c. 500 BCE
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“Auxerre Goddess” (Kore) c. 650 BCE
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“Hera” of Samos, c. 575-550 BCE
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Berlin Kore, marble with remnants of paint, height 6’3” c. 570-560 BCE
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Peplos Kore, height 4’, marble and paint remnants c. 530 BCE
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Reconstruction of Peplos Kore with paint
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Kore with Himation from Chios, height 22”, c. 520 BCE
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“La Delicata” Kore, late 6 th century
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Greek Temples Often placed high on mountains or if in cities, on hills Typically approached by a “sacred way”,
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Archaic (Part 2) - Archaic Sculpture and Architecture Korai...

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