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ART 125 Introduction to the History and Principles of Art 1 is a History course at UF. 3 elite notetakers have produced 6 study materials for this History course.
This lecture's notes cover some of the material that will be on our Slide ID quiz.
These notes cover Egyptian art from as early as 3,000 BCE, with emphasis on tombs and the old kingdom.
More Ancient Egypt! These notes cover Kafre, Mankare, and tomb artifacts for both royals and laymen.
These notes start at Ancient Greece. Keep in mind that these works were made in the same time periods as the ancient Sumerian, Assyrian, and Egyptian works we looked at in class
These notes cover Ancient Greek art, from the Minoan period to Exekias the potter.
These notes cover Ancient Greek pottery, the Parthenon, and the Erectheion.
This study guide covers basic terms for architectural structures, mostly from Ancient Greece with a bit of Ancient Egypt and prehistory
These notes finish Ancient Greece with the Hellenistic period. We also do one last rewind and show a bit of what the Etruscans and the Romans are up to during this time.
ARH 2050 MIDTERM STUDY GUIDE Exam format I
This includes a breakdown of the format of the exam, some essay tips, and a chart with all the final slides for the first two parts
More Roman art, this time covering the 1st century AD. Lots of architecture
These notes cover Roman, Jewish, and early Christian art wiht an emphasis on architecture. If you are unfamiliar with any of the terms, I have an architecture vocabulary study guide available.
Lots of modern religion! These notes cover Early Christian, Byzantine, and Islamic art with an emphasis on architecture and churches.
These notes follow the architectural dialogue between religious buildings, especially in Jerusalem and later with the spread of Islam.
We're talking about religious books and the British Isles.
Reminder: Gothic architecture quiz is in two weeks.
Note: There is one correction to be made. 5) is called the Utrect Psalter, and you may have to ID it during the final.
This week we covered the Medieval and Romanesque periods, along with some vocabulary for the quiz next week.
These notes cover Romanesque and Gothic architecture, with a focus on French pilgrimage locations.
The study guide contains the exam format, some helpful questions and topics to write about, and, most importantly, a complete chart with all the slide IDs you'll need for the exam.
These notes cover around the time of the French Revolution.