510 500 bce tomb of the reliefs cerveteri italy 3rd

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Apulu (apollo) from the roof of the portonaccio temple, veii, italy ca.510-500 BCE Tomb of the reliefs, cerveteri, italy, 3rd century No gender bias in society (?) Buried men and women in the same place The “tomb” effect: think ancient cultures only focus on death, false, tombs made to preserve things Capitoline Wolf, from Rome, Italy ca. 500-480 BCE Romulus and Remus, “Founders of rome” Romulus kills his own brother to take power Plan of an Etruscan/Roman Rounded arch Sarcophagus of Lars Pulena, from tarquinia, italy, 2nd century BCE Voussoir
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Came up with roman arch POMPEII AND THE BAY OF NAPLES Assumed to be on a dormant volcano Capitolum,pompeii, durning the earthquake of 62 ce Terminus ante qeum Bathhouses Theater and odeum, pompeii Buildings made to optimize water Pompeii fresco types : Wall painting made to look like expensive stone 3D illusionistic wall painting Minimalist linear Combination of all Pompeii still has part unexcavated Basilica Tribunal Nave Aisles Chalcidiucurn Still life paintings origin in pompeii Portrait of a husband and wife , wall painting from house Temple of portunus, rome Roman temples high off ground, formula for build 2x-1=y emphasis on vertical Verism Favorite style of roman politicians Idealism Later style of showing a perfected form of person Augustus Caesar Rome’s first emperor (reigned 27 BC- 14 AD) Grand nephew of Julius Caesar Given name= Octavian Defeated Marc Antony and cleopatra at battle of actium in 31 BCE Believes he is related to goddess venus Only gods and goddesses don’t wear shoes in sculpture Breastplate = cuirass Procession of the imperial family, detail of the south frieze of the ara pacis augustae Concrete and Pozzolana combine to make rock really strong Vespasian first roman emperor to come from commoner population
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Ends gods on earth idea Arch of titus, Rome, Italy Column of Trajan, Forum of Trajan, Rome, Italy colosseum (flavian Amphiteater), Rome, Italy, ca. 70-80 CE Place for people to come and enjoy themselves Mostly used for gladiator battles Could seat 40,000 to 50,000 Bust of Trajan c.108 CE Trajan first non italian emperor Expanded roman empire to greatest extend Hadrian , emperor after trajan Eponymous wall Temple of Venus and Roma, c. 121 CE Pantheon, Rome, Italy c. 118-25 CE. Made for all the gods Coffering: a sunken panel in a ceiling or vault that’s both decorative and weight relieving Al-Khazneh, Petra, Jordan, second century CE Last great roman emperor, Marcus Aurelius Later roman art Septimius severus: late roman emperor Birthplace of septimius severus, leptis magna His younger son had his older brother killed for the throne Damnatio memoriae: getting rid of all images and depictions of a hated rival Portrait of caracalla Plan of the central section of the baths of caracalla, rome, italy 212-216 CE Large and in a complex with other entertainment
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