CLAS 131 Notes 3

CLAS 131 Notes 3 - CLAS 131 9/1/10 Day 4 Visual Sources...

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CLAS 131 9/1/10 Day 4 Visual Sources T.H. Carpenter, Art and Myth in Ancient Greece Ch 1: general information about the material he uses; ch. 2: two specific examples of the importance of art as a source for our knowledge of Greek myth Each chapter consists of a section of text and a section of images: the images are the important part, the text is simply an extended caption. Be able to: - name, identify, and date major styles of Greek vase painting - explain was is meant by ‘visual conventions’ and identify major visual conventions used in Greek vase painting Major Styles of Greek Vase Painting Early Iron Age c. 1100- c. 800 BCE - Geometric style (c. 900- c. 700 BCE) Archaic Period c. 800- c. 500 BCE - Black figure (c. 625- c. 475 BCE) Classical Period c. 500- c. 300 BCE - Red Figure (c. 525- c. 300 BCE) Hellenistic Period 323-31 BCE Protogeometric c. 1050- 1000 BCE Geometric What’s new? Beginnings of figural representations
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This note was uploaded on 02/27/2012 for the course CLAS 131 taught by Professor James during the Fall '07 term at UNC.

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CLAS 131 Notes 3 - CLAS 131 9/1/10 Day 4 Visual Sources...

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