August 25, 2015
Ka: The Egyptian spirt that inhabits the earth after they die.
Diorite: very dark and super hard stone, mostly used by Egyptians
Illuminated Manuscript : in which text is supplemente
Structure of a neuron: neurons contain organelles common to many other cells, such as a nucleus and
mitochondria. They also have more specialized structures, including dendrites and axons. Once a signal is
received by the dendrite, it t
Prehistoric, Hall of the Bulls, Lascaux, France, c. 15,000 B.C.E.
Ancient Egyptian, King Menkaure & Queen, c. 2480 B.C.E (black
Ancient Egyptian, Great Pyramids at Giza, Egypt, c 2500 B.C.E.
Classical Greek, Polykleitos, Do
Prehistoric, Woman from Willendorf
(Austria), c. 24,000 BCE
Prehistoric Woman from Dolni Vestonice
(Czech Republic) c. 25,000 BCE
Prehistoric, Hall of the Bulls, Lascaux,
France, c. 15,000 BCE
Ancient Egyptian, Great Pyramids at Giza,
Early Medieval Anglo-Saxon. Metal and glass jewelry, c.
600 CE(red and blue circle pattern thing, with a gold pin
that holds it together.)
Early Medieval Anglo-Saxon. Chi Rho Iota page, Book of
kells. C. 800 CE (has black wording on the right hand
Medieval Berlinghiero, Madonna and Child, c.1230- marry in blue holding a baby with a halo on wearing
Late Medieval Italian, Giotto, Madonna & Child enthroned, c.1310- marry holding baby in a
chair/throne/people standing around
17 September 2015
The name of the elevated center of Athens in which the Parthenon is located.
Believed to be the source of the mass fortune acquiesced by the Athenians.
These are the lower class Greek soldiers glo
FINAL EXAM REVIEW
Prehistoric, "Hall" of the Bulls, Lascaux, France, c. 15,000 B.C.E.
Ancient Egyptian, King Menkaure
& Queen, c. 2480 B.C.E.
Ancient Egyptian, Great Pyramids at Giza, Egypt, c. 2500
Classical Greek, Po
Worksheet for Closer Look
Mamluk Glass Oil Lamp page 197
Technique/Style: Ali ibn Muhammad al-Barmaki. Blown glass, polychrome enamel, and
gold, diameter 9 , height 14. The glass makers used a refined glass-blowing and
molding technique. The enamel used t
Closer Look Worksheet
A Yoruba Palace Door page 440
Technique/ Style: Olowe of Ise. From Yoruba royal palace in Ikere. Yoruba culture, c.
1925 CE. Wood and pigment, height 72 (1.9 cm). Carving. Olowe often carved opposing
geometric patterns in high, uneve
c. 750-735 BCE
c. 650-625 BCE
East and West pediment of the Temple of
Aegina, c. 500-480
4 February 2016
The Chauvet Caves
When first discovered the Chauvet cave didnt seem to hold any particular significance,
it appeared to be just a beautiful cave but with further discovery it was found that the cave
was in p
March 10, 2016
While reading the passages from The Meditations, by Marcus Aurelius, the
ideas of living in the moment fully appreciating life and doing good for the world are
very prominent. In Book 4 there i