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What was the concept of the temple of artemis?

What was the concept of the temple of artemis?

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School: Wayne State University
Department: OTHER
Course: Survey of Art History, I: Ancient through Medieval
Professor: Brian madigan
Term: Fall 2017
Tags: Art and history
Cost: 50
Name: Survey of Art History Exam 1 Study Guide
Description: Know all of these bullet points of each piece of art from Egyptian, Aegean, and Greek art history
Uploaded: 01/30/2018
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Survey of Art History Exam 1 Study Guide


What was the concept of the temple of artemis?



Ancient Egyptian Art

∙ Narmer Palette  

o Early Dynastic Period

o Former, iconographic, and contextual features

o Concepts: divine kingship, canon of proportions , cooperation between rulers and aristocracy

o Vocab: register lines, hieroglyphs, Hathor, Horus

∙ Funeral Complex of Djoser

o Early Dynastic Period

o Former, iconographic, and contextual features

o Concepts: expression of materials in architectural form

o Vocab: mastabas, stepped pyramids, battered, mudbrick, Re, lotus, papyrus

∙ Pyramid Complex of Khafre

o Old Kingdom

o Former and iconographic features


What is the greek archaic art?



o Concepts: expression of materials in architectural form

o Vocab: valley temple, causeway, Heliopolis, ben-ben, pyramid, mortuary temple

∙ Menkaure and Hathor

o Old Kingdom

o Formal, iconographic, and contextual features

o Concepts: divine kingship

∙ Temple of Amen-Re

o New Kingdom

o Formal and iconographic features

o Concepts: architectural techniques for controlling the audience o Vocab: pylon, hypostyle hall, posts and lintels, bark sanctuary

∙ Akhenaton

o New Kingdom  Amarna Don't forget about the age old question of What is the importance of measurement?
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o Formal, iconographic, and contextual features

o Vocab: Aton

∙ Akhenaton, Nefertiti, and daughters


Funeral complex of djoser, is iconographic and what?



o New Kingdom  Amarna

o Formal, iconographic, and contextual features

o Vocab: sunken relief

Prehistoric Aegean Art

∙ Knossos

o Minoan

o Formal and Iconographic features

o Concepts: setting/design/construction of architecture to reflect function o Vocab: Homer, Iliad, Troy, labyrinth, Minos, Minotaur, court

∙ Bull-Leaping

o Minoan

o Formal and Iconographic features

o Vocab: fresco

∙ Spring Fresco Don't forget about the age old question of How do you determine what matters?

o Minoan

o Formal and Iconographic features

o Concepts: ceremonial and ritual use of pictorial arts

o Vocab: fresco

∙ Harvester Vase

o Minoan

o Formal and Iconographic features

∙ Tiryns

o Mycenaean

o Formal and Iconographic features

o Vocab: cyclopean masonry, megaron, porch, hall, hearth

∙ Lion Gate

o Mycenaean  

o Formal and Iconographic features

o Concepts: effect of historical perspective on interpretations

o Vocab: posts and lintels, corbeled arch, relieving triangle

∙ Dagger Blade

o Mycenaean  

o Formal and Iconographic features

o Concepts: cultures collecting and reacting to art of other cultures  

∙ Warrior Vase Don't forget about the age old question of What is the occipital lobe?

o Mycenaean  

o Formal and Iconographic features

Greek Archaic Art

∙ Temple of Hera

o Formal and Iconographic features

o Concepts: architectural form expressing function

o Vocab: Doric, Ionic, porch, colonnade, peristyle, naos, Athens, Corinth,  polis, megaron, entablature, epistyle, frieze, cornice, entasis

∙ Temple of Artemis

o For its pediment sculpture (not architecture)  

o Formal and Iconographic features

o Concepts: techniques of visual storytelling

o Vocab: gigantomachy, Zeus, Medusa, apotropaic

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