Roman Notes Nov 15th-Onward

Roman Notes Nov 15th-Onward - In the Final there will be...

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In the Final there will be four pictures that we will have to identify and write about. Pieces of art. Augusts Tiberius Calligula Claudius as represented by Jupiter 41-54 Nero 54-68 Seneca Circus Maximus from the palatine hill. o Julio-Claudian Architecture. With Tiberius in Augustus’s reign he was to refurbish two temples. Castor 4 Ce. Concord which is Restored in 10 CE. Tiberious did very little building in his own term. Focused primarily on private building, including extending the whole area of the palace. Now known as the Tiberian palace. 180M x 120. Turned by one of the popes into a private garden. Krypto portico underneath the Tiberian palace. Much of his building was on the island of Capri. Villa of Jupiter and Tiberious. Huge praetorian camp 21 BC. Sejainus. Laid out like a military camp. Surrounded by huge concrete walls that survive today. o Calligula. Schemes were of a fantasizing kind. Bridge. Never built. Extended the palace into the Roman forum. Actually happened. Campus marshes north of Rome he created a sanctuary to the Egyptian deities Isis and Seraphsis.
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Imported obelisks from Egypt, two of which are still in Rome today. o Claudius Major and practical builder. Redid substructure of Rome. Created a massive new warehouse for the importation of grain by the Tiber. During the claudian period there were new creations like a harbor. Drained whole lakes. Immense enlargement of the imperial building service. Porta Maggiore Incorporated in the walls. Double acqueducts. Famous for the style Rustication o Derived from Latin word country. Countrified style. o Use of massive rough textured blocks of masonry separated by deep and conspicuous joints. o Found all over Florence. o Medicci palace uses this rusticated style. o Rusticated below and smooth on top where the carving of the words are. o This style is derived from Claudius. o Standard Roman house. Changed was the importation of things House of the Vettei in Pompei Only one entrance. o Apartment blocks 5 floors. Shops down below Neronian Architecture. o 2 buildings, both palaces. Domus Transitoria
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First Work begins 62. Destroyed by great fire in 64. Attempt to join the Tiberian palace on the palatine across the forum to imperial properties on the hill. Fragments have survived. Round Domed chamber measuring 8 meters in diameter.
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course ARLT 100g taught by Professor 02:00-03:20pm during the Fall '07 term at USC.

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Roman Notes Nov 15th-Onward - In the Final there will be...

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