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Athens Under Peisistratus
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Schedule We’re running behind – Next week is a disaster Midterm rescheduled for March 1
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Peisistratos Tyrant of Athens After two unsuccessful attempts Association with Athena About 560-525 Builds lots of Succeeded by his sons Hippias and Hipparchus
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Peisistratos’ Building Progam Emphasis on the Cult of Athena Monumental building programs on the Akropolis Hekatompedon Bluebeard Pediment
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Peisistratid Akropolis: The Olive Tree Pediment
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Introduction Pediment
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The Archaic Akropolis Building Programs & Public Works
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Peisistratid Akropolis: Archaios Neos
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Fountain Houses of the Agora
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Athenian Black Figure Pottery Virtually all of it is found in Central Italy Etruscan market
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The Zenith of Black Figure Pottery Exekias 540-530 BCE potter and a painter influence is felt both in the evolution of vase shapes as well as the black-figure style characterized by extreme attention to detail with precision and draftsmanship "the hallmark of his style is a near statuesque dignity
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Unformatted text preview: which brings vase painting for the first time close to claiming a place as a major art John Boardman Exekias Ajax and Achilles playing draughts Attempt to show the humanity of the heroes Exekias The Death of Penthesilea Exekias The Suicide of Ajax Black figure vase painting limits the possibilities of representations of the human form Leads to the development of Red Figure Advent of Red Figure: The Andokides Painter Bi-Lingual Vase Painting Lysippides Painter (black figure) and the Andokides Painter (red figure) (ca. 530-520) Red Figure Vase Painting Kylix rater by Euphronios death of Sarpedon Late 6th century Sleep and Death Carry the body of Sarpedon from the Field of Troy Red Figure Vase Painting Amphora by Euthymides Late 6th century Euphronios can not do this The Question of Value The Value of Ceramics Silver and gold...
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This note was uploaded on 01/12/2012 for the course CLASSICS 103 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '11 term at UMass (Amherst).

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