Lecture 2 notes 1-28-08

Lecture 2 notes 1-28-08 - 1 Ancient Greece 2: Architecture...

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Ancient Greece 2: Architecture and Sculpture Architecture: 7.15: Plan of The Acropolis, Athens Persian Wars, 490 BC and 480-479 BC Battle of Marathon, 490 BC Perikles- Said that all city states should have a collective treasury for defense Delian League, c. 450 BC 7.30: Erechtheum (a.k.a. Erechtheion), 421-405 BC Erechtheus- most sacred temple for athens Athena Polias- pattern goddess of Athens, tricked the Athens in to letting her be the patron god by giving them olives 7.31: karyatid (caryatid) porch, south side- column shaped like a woman 7.28: Kallikrates, Temple of Athena Nike, Acropolis, Athens, 427-424 BC Athena Nike- Nike means victory, temple ment to honor a battle they won 7.16: Iktinos, Kallikrates (architects) and Phidias (master sculptor), Parthenon, Athens, 447-432 BC 7.18: Plan of the Parthenon- rectangular Doric building with, ionic building inside 7.17: Reconstruction of the Parthenon 7.24: Cutaway diagram showing exterior and interior Orders Athena Parthenos- born twice, virgin but had several children
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