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Date Created: 10/09/15
Art Exam Review 10042013 Mosque at Corteba Spain Encourages act of focus and prayer with arches The Muslims tore down a church and used some of those pieces plus some of a roman structure to rebuild their mosque Spolia Built at the furthest point of Muslim expansion Mihrab direction of mecca Kibla Inscriptions of Karan all over ceiling more signi cant than images Very large courtyards and trees and gate THRESHOLD Water to clean oneself Dome Palette of King Narmar Animals intertwining show joining of North and South Egypt Relief to cast shadowing Meant to hold makeup Glori cation of war and idolization of the King Shows Gods depicted as animals and that they are in support of the King Parthenon Representative of Greek power Golden columns convey weight and curvature entasis optical illusion to make the columns appear straight Build on site where Athena defeated Poseidan Frieze conveys order over chaos with gods residing over the citizens of Athens Metapies square elements and triblets longer sides Signi cant that we know the names of the architects and that they are accredited with the building of the Parthenon Mathematical and geometric calculations of aesthetic beauty Terracotta Soldiers Places in mausoleum of Emperor Chin Thousands of them and each are unique and detailed Conveys the power held by the emperor Ranking and individualization in each clothing hair face weaponry Column of Trajan Commemorate Trajan s victory over the dasians Has a continuous frieze traveling the circumference of the column Records of history power amp expansion of Roman Empire Located in a sort of courtyard Shows godly religious beliefs as well Kailasantha Hindu Temple Hindu religious site Carved into side of mountain that is the spiritual home of a god Shiva Has a central axis central to home of God connection to nature Site of pilgrimage and shrine High relief casting shadows all along the shrine Chartes Cathedral Gothic Period changing period of ar Uses arches Signi cant architecture Built for the Virgin Mary had the veil relic Both a church and divine pilgrimage to see the veil Liminal Space Ribbed ceiling and large branches out of the sides of the building project the weight of the building out and to the ground Make it stable and allows carving into the walls
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