490 480 bc phintias euthymides at his music lesson

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c. 490-480 BC
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Phintias, Euthymides at His Music Lesson, c.510 BCE
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These are “symposia” – of the remaining vases, 150 show explicit sex, and another 2,000 have strong sexual content why so much sex? - this is the lowest common denominator of art forms Who is the intended audience? Is it normative, or unusual? Real or imagined? sexual norms varied based on status: gender, political, social, economic, age “Chastity was required of female but not male citizens, marriage was by arrangement, the seduction of respectable women was regarded as a greater threat to society than rape, prostitution was legal, homosexuality was relatively acceptable, and
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Exekias, Achilles and Ajax playing dice, 550- 520 BCE
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Exekias, Achilles Killing Penthesilea, c.530 BCE 40 works by Exekias still survive
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Exekias, Dionysus on ship with dolphins, c. 535 BCE
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New York Kouros, c. 590-580 BCE
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Peplos Kore, 530 BCE, encaustic
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