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Tholos, Sanctuary of Athena Pronaia, Delphi  Hermes and Dionysos, (Roman copy)   Praxiteles, Aphrodite of Knidos, (Roman copy)   Lysippos, Apoxyomenos, (Roman copy)   Alexander the Great Confronts Darius III, (Roman copy)  Altar from Pergamon  Gallic Chieftain and Wife (Roman copy) Nike of Samothrace  Old Woman Aphrodite of Melos, c. 150 BCE  Terms  central plan- Corinthian capital  S-curve  mosaic    Etruscan Art and Architecture (700-480 BCE)  * Etruscan Temple Plan, Reconstruction   * She-Wolf (Romulus and Remus)  * Apollo of Veii  * Mirror  * Tomb of the Reliefs, Cerveteri  * Tomb of the Triclinium, Tarquinia  * Sarcophagus, from Cerveteri  Terms   * concrete  * barrel vault  * groin vault  * tumulus (tumuli)  * pilasters  * necropolis  * sarcophagus (sarcophagi)  * terracotta La Tène 450-100 BCE
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* Buckle *Agris helmet *Phalera *Phalera from Italy *Gundestrup Cauldron- diameter 27 in. A vessel (metalwork) made of silver, gilt. Found  in Peat bog, Gundestrup (Denmark).  On it has man holding snake and bracelet. Animal  (bull?) coming out of cauldron in high relief, laying down. * Vix torc (torque) * Glauberg sculpture * Chariot pins TERMS *shapeshifting *cult of the head *phalera *Cheshire Cat style (buckle) *Waldalgesheim style(Vix Torque) *triskele:pattern which doesn’t repeat (toroe stone) La Tène 450-100 BCE Bouray God Tarasque Noves (Beast devouring man) Celtic coins Cernnunos with Apollo and Mercury Snettisham torque Horse mount Desborough mirror Turoe stone- ritual, decorated stone. Granite Boulder 1.68m in height. Top half  covered with three-plane curvilinear ornament assembled in four parts: two  triangular and two conjoined shield shapes placed opposite each other.  Genii Cucullati TERMS Triplism (Genii Cucullati) Syncretism (Apollo, Cernunnos, and Mercury (Reims, France)) Shapeshifting (on Gundestrup cauldron) (Bouray God)
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This note was uploaded on 01/20/2012 for the course ART 151 taught by Professor Verkerk during the Fall '06 term at UNC.

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