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1 Chapter 4 The Prehistoric Aegean Gardner’s Art Through the Ages,  13e
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2 The Prehistoric Aegean
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3 Goals Identify the geographic area known as the Aegean.  Discuss the visual aspects and possible context of the Cycladic  sculptures.  Discuss Minoan society and architecture.  Understand visual aspects of Minoan art.  Understand the link between culture and architecture of  Mycenae  Identify important Mycenaean architectural achievements. Discuss the relationship between Minoan and Mycenaean art  and culture 
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4 4.1  Cycladic Art  Identify the geographic area known as the Aegean and the  specific area of the Cycladic Islands.  Discuss the visual aspects and possible context of the  Cycladic sculptures 
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5 The Cycladic Figures Describe the visual aspects of the Cycladic female and  male figures.  Why are these figures popular and highly  collectible now?
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Fig 4-1  Relieving triangle with confronting lions,  detail of Lion Gate (Fig 4-19), Mycenae, Greece, ca.  1300-1250 BCE.
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7 Figure 4-2  Figurine of a woman, from Syros (Cyclades),  Greece, ca. 2500–2300 BCE. Marble, 1’ 6” high. National  Archaeological Museum, Athens. 
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8 Figure 4-3   Male lyre player, from Keros  (Cyclades), Greece, ca. 2700–2500 BCE.  Marble, 9” high. National Archaeological  Museum, Athens.
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4.2  Minoan Culture and Art Discuss the mythology behind the Minoan culture and  architecture.  Understand the elements and nature of Minoan palace  architecture.  Examine the medium, methods, and imagery of Minoan  wall painting. Explore the developments of Minoan pottery.
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