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MONUMENTS LIST FOR ART 101-Reymond Course Schedule and Reading Assignments [email protected] This list may be amended and any such changes will be announced in class. If there is a change in test dates you will receive notification in class at least one week before. You are responsible for all the images and material discussed in class. This list has been provided as a guide to assist you with your studying and in class note taking. All of the major monuments (marked with a bullet) are listed and are the works you are responsible for learning. Some of the subsidiary material (marked with an asterisk) covered in class is also included. If the website or textbook give information contradictory to that found in the class "monuments list" defer to this "monuments list". The terms are provided for reference to assist you with your studies but are not intended as a complete study guide . Please note that the scope of the exam will cover more than the few terms on this list. (There is a glossary in the back of the textbook that defines many of these terms.) You will be responsible for all the information covered in the lectures and assigned readings, even if it is never specifically cited on a handout. Introduction (pages: xii-21) Paleolithic (pages: 23-26) Paleolithic, Lascaux, (Cave Painting selections including Wounded Bison, Man and Bird, Chinese Horses, Hall of Bulls, etc.) c.15,000-13,000 BCE, Dordogne Region, France (illus. 2.2-2.3) Woman of Willendorf , c. 25,000-20,000 BCE, Limestone (2.4) Terms: Besides the terms given below be sure to pay attention to terms in bold throughout your text . Egyptian (pages: 42-53) Egyptian, Palette of Narmer (sides "A" front & "B" back), Late Predynastic Period, c. 3150-3125 BCE, (slate, 25"h) (3.16, 3.17) Egyptian, Seated Khafre , Old Kingdom, IV Dynasty, c. 2570-2544 BCE, (diorite, 5’61/8"h) (3.9) Egyptian, Pyramids of Giza, Old Kingdom, IV Dynasty, c. 2601-2515 BCE (3.18 to 3.20, 3.23) (Khufu, Khafre, & Menkaure’s Pyramids, Valley Temple, Sphinx, and Site Plan) *Step Pyramid of Djoser, c. 2681-2662 BCE, Saqquara, Egypt, Limestone, (3.22) Terms: registers, hierarchical scale/hieratic scale, twisted perspective, abstraction, medium(singular)/media (plural), diorite, composition, idealized, Ka, Horus, Giza, Upper Egypt, Lower Egypt, glyph, low-relief, iconography, mastaba, post and lintel
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construction, columns, colonnades, shafts, capitals, peristyle, mortuary temple, causeway, valley temple, Sphinx, stupa, iconography, Asian Art (Pages: 102-105; 168-171; 94-95) Indian, Sanchi Stupa, (including Yakshi , Monkey Jataka ) Begun 3 rd century BCE with additions and enlargements c. 150-50 BCE, Sanchi India, (3.93 to 3.96) Japanese, Horyuji complex (pagoda,) Asuka Period, 670 CE, Near Nara Japan (4.36 to 4.39) Terra-cotta Army and Horses, 210 BCE, Xian-People’s Republic of China (3.82- 3.83) Terms: Siddhartha Gautama, Shakyamuni Buddha, Sarnath, Deer Park, stupa, parinirvana, torana, Yakshi, axis mundi, dome, circumambulate, jataka, yasti, pagoda,
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