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Arh 3-2 - Seated boxer- p. 147(5-86)-100-50BC, Rome, Hellenistic. o Bronze o Clearly over life-size but seated only 4’2” o Found in Rome, probably a group of them o Greek athlete is no longer young and athletic, is now old, beaten, defeated o Face is swollen and bruised, nose and teeth are broken. Blood from inlaid copper oozes from cuts o Clearly explores emotion on both the art and the viewer o No longer focuses on the great Greeks - Laocoön and his sons -p.163 (5-89) Rome, Hellenistic, (Vatican) 1 st cen,.AD. o Athenadoris, Hegasendros, and Polydorous- three sculptures o 1 st century BC to 1 st century AD o 7’10” o Trojan Priest Laocoon and his two sons being strangled by sea serpents o This is Poseidon’s wrath because Laocoon tries to expose the Trojan horse o Discovered in Rome in 1506- Sangalo and Mica Angelo watched it be unearthed, Rafael and Mica Angelo both were exposed to it Chapter 7: From Seven Hills to Three Continents: The Art of Ancient Rome - 2 main time periods, the republic and the empire
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course ARH 2059 taught by Professor Margaretzaho during the Spring '07 term at University of Central Florida.

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