Survey of Art I Rome Lecture

Survey of Art I Rome Lecture - the weight of the roof....

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Rome Chapter 7
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5 Characteristics of Roman Civilization
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Etruscan heritage
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cella porch
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An International Empire • United under one government
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Descendants of Heroic and Divine Ancestors
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Admired Greek culture
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Inventive engineers
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Unformatted text preview: the weight of the roof. Corinthian capitals Corinthian columns • Columns that have futes (grooves) and capitals with acanthus leaves. Arch of Titus • France, Spain, Libya, Italy, Syria, Austria, Lebanon, Morocco… • Triumphal arch: free-standing arch that commemorates a military victory. Arch of Titus Arch of Titus • Built in 81 CE by the next emperor, Domitian. Titus • Titus was Roman Emperor from 79-81 CE. • Conquered Jerusalem in 71 CE, before becoming Emperor. Roman Forum 50 feet high Arch of Titus Senatus Populusque Romanus divo Tito divi Vespasiani filio Vespasiano Augusto The Senate and the Roman public to the divine Titus, son of the divine Vespasian coffers Titus Titus flown to heaven on an eagle, symbol of Jupiter (Zeus) The spoils from the Temple of Jerusalem Jewish Menorah silver trumpets Plaques Plaques table Titus returns triumphant to Rome Arch of Titus Arch of Titus Victory Titus quadriga Roma...
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This note was uploaded on 11/15/2011 for the course ART 205 taught by Professor Amybabinec during the Fall '11 term at Moraine Valley Community College.

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