Feather of Maat. Funerary Papyrus of Hunefer- Egyptian Culture
The Feather of Maat. Funerary Papyrus of Ani.
1306-1186 B.C. 19th dynasty.
Scene from the Book of the Dead. It shows the soul of the deceased (Hunefer) being led to judgment
by Anubis (god of
Etruscan and Roman Art
By the sixth century BCE, a group of people known as the Etruscans controlled a large
and powerful empire near the coast of Italy, around what is now Rome. The Etruscans
successfully ruled until they were overthrown by the Romans in
Heaven Hell & Judgement
Dantes Purgatorio, Paradiso
Now back in the light, on a mountain. Not of punishment but of purgation. Idea is that you have
hope, by suffering and purgation you become free and suddenly human.
At the top of purgation is: _,
Heaven Hell & Judgement
Quiz 1 Study Guide:
Image: The Feather of Maat. Funerary Papyrus of Ani.
Date: 19th dynasty, c. 1300-1186 B.C.
Sense & Meaning: The Book of the Dead. This shows the weighing
of the heart. It symbolized
HEAVEN HELL & JUDGMENT - QUIZ 1 KEY
20 FEBRUARY 2017
Identify the images, giving scene(1), culture(1), date( ), and
interpretive comments(2 ) for each. ANSWER ON THIS PAPER. Each
question is worth 5 credits.
Feather of Maat
Greek Art Response
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conveys a vitality of life as well as a sense of permanence, clarity, and harmony. Polykleitos of
Argos was particularly famous for formulatin
History of Egyptian Art
The function of Egyptian art
These images, whether statues or relief, were designed to benefit a divine or deceased
recipient. Statuary provided a place for the recipient to manifest and receive the benefit
of ritual action. Most s
Early Renaissance Art in Europe
Early Renaissance Art Outside of Italy
Early Renaissance art in northern Europe remained essentially Gothic primariy due to
the fact that the artists of the north were not surrounded by classical antiquity. In the
Baroque Art in Europe and North America
BAROQUE: The term Baroque seems to have begun during the eighteenth century from a
Portugeseword barroco meaning "irregular pearl". After the perfectionism of the Renaissance,
the style of the Baroque did appear to
The term Romanesque refers to a style that was "in the Roman manner." The
architecture of the 11th and 12th century copied the same solid masaonry walls, rounded
arches, and the masonry vaults used by Roman.
France and Northern Spain
The three civilzations that flourished 5000-3000 years ago were the direct forerunners of the
first true European civilization of Greece.
Geographically,the Cycladic Islands, the Island of Crete and the region of Mycenae (on
mainland Greece) co
Art of Ancient Greece
Whereas the Egyptians lived their lives according to their obsession with the afterlife, the
Greeks represent the first major civilization that lived their lives based upon the concept
The Greek humanist view was what le
Art of Ancient Egypt
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dominated Mid Eastern life for thousands of years.
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Heaven Hell & Judgment 2/27/17:
The virgins who carry oil- there were a number of virgins who were invited to a wedding
feast, groom is slowly coming, some are running out of oil, some brought extra oil and
some didnt. Those who didnt have enough asked an