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Final Study Guide

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Final Study Guide HAVC 50

Ancnt Mediterranean
Emily Egan

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Overall study guide for HAVC 50- Ancient Mediterranean. Everything you need to know for the class is right in this guide.
Ancnt Mediterranean
Emily Egan
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Date Created: 12/03/15
COMPLETE STUDY GUIDE FOR HAVC 50 FINAL EXAM Monday 127 from 47pm NB Additions since 1130 are highlighted below in red The essay topics circulated separately earlier are also included below FINAL EXAM FORMAT read carefully as some things have changed from the midterm 1 Slide IDs 30 You will be asked to comment on images of portraits that we have looked at in class Requested information may include who is shown the date see more below the material the speci c nd spot see more below and what the portrait represents in terms of style content or function You may be asked to compare and contrast two or more images Portraits will come from the list of Possible Portraits for Slide IDs below 2 Multiple choice 20 You will be asked to choose the correct date term site or name to complete factual statements about ancient portraits All information in the lists below is fair game 3 Fillintheblank 20 You will be asked to generate the correct date term site or name to complete factual statements about ancient portraits All information in the lists below is fair game 4 Long Essay 30 You will be asked to explore concepts that we have addressed in class in a detailed well written essay of approximately 1 page hand written in length In addition to general discussion and argumentation essays should include at least three specific portraits as exempla Essay topics will be chosen from the list of options below On the exam three of these options will appear from which you will be asked to choose one POSSIBLE ESSAY TOPICS 1 De ne the term verism as it pertains to Roman portraiture What is it why might it have originally developed and how do we see it used over the course of Roman history 2 Why care about hair Discuss different ways that hair both facial and head in Roman portraiture was used to communicate speci c artistic social andor political messages to the ancient viewer 3 Roman portraits are often called compound images by historians of ancient art What does this term mean how do we see it in action and what was the visual value of such representations 4 Discuss the appearance and function of group portraits ie including 2 or more individuals in the same sculpted relief painted or numismatic coin displayscene in the ancient Roman world 5 What is a guise portrait De ne the term brie y trace its use in Greek portraits and discuss how and why it was used during the Roman period Illustrate your latter points with portraits of both emperors AND nonemperors LIST OF IMPORTANT PERIODS and TERMS Periods and Dates these are the only speci c dates for which you are responsible Monarchy 753509 BC Republic 50927 BC Empire 27 BCAD 476 Battle of the Milvian Bridge AD 312 Imperial Family Groups JulioClaudians Flavians Five Good Emperors including 2 Antonines Antonines Severans Soldier Emperors Tetrarchy andincluding Constantine NAMES Note for emperors you need only know their common names as listed below Speci c regnal dates are not necessary but you should know their order and to which family groups they belong JulioClaudians Flavians Five Good Emperors Antonines see lists below Lucius Junius Brutus Julius Caesar Pompey Marcus Junius Brutus Octavia Agrippa Cleopatra Mark Antony Livia Antinous Pliny the Elder Julia Domna Emperors JulioClaudians Augustus formerly Octavian Tiberius Caligula Claudius Nero Flavians Vespasian Titus Domitian Five Good Emperors including 2 Antonines Nerva Trajan Hadrian Antoninus Pius also an Antonine Marcus Aurelius also an Antonine Antonines remaining Lucius Verus coemperor with Marcus Aurelius Commodus Severans Septimius Severus Caracalla and Geta Soldier Emperors Alexander Severus Trajan Decius Trebonianus Gallus Gallienus Tetrarchs andincluding Constantine Diocletian Maximian Galerius Constantius Maxentius Constantine also the start of his own dynasty TERMS praenomen nomen cognomen senate cursus honorum verismveristic gravitas dignitas des virtus pietas bulla pl bullae 2 meanings triumph Goddess NikeNictory wax ancestor masks atrium nodus cornucopia manumission togatus pose pudicita pose Roman military standard Roman trophy Classicizing polychromy appendage aesthetic comma locks lituus damnatio memoriae toga corona triumphalis or crown of triumph corona ciVica or ciVic crown paludamentum balteus caliga pl caligae Leges Juliae PontifeX Maximus drilled eyes role portrait guise capite velato apotropaic Fayum portrait tunic and mantle clavus pl claVi encaustic tempera crown of justi cation crown of Isis Serapis contabulatio facial X chiseled hair medallion Tetrarchy Augustus as a political position Caesar as a political position spolia scipio Battle of the MilVian Bridge ChiRho triumphal arch gesture of addressspeaking MONUMENTS OR PLACES so far Roman Forum Forum of Caesar with Temple to Venus GenetriX Ara Pacis Arch of Titus Hadrian s Villa at Tivoli Herculaneum Pompeii Fayum Leptis Magna Arches of Septimius Severus one in Rome one in Leptis Magna Basilica of MaxentiusConstantine Arch of Constantine POSSIBLE PORTRAITS FOR SLIDE IDs so far For dates you need only know the two periods listed below as underlined headings Republican or Imperial For a portrait of an emperor however you may also be asked to which family groups he belongs Find spots for which you are responsible are listed below in BOLD Other place names are included here only to help you identify which portraits to study in the slides you will not need to generate this information on the test As a reminder however you will need to give this type of speci c identifying information for the portraits that you select for your essay For example if you wish to discuss the head of Caligula with traces of a painted eye you should refer to him as the Copenhagen Caligula rather than just the head of Caligula Republican The Arringatore Aulus Metellus PseudoAthlete from the House of the Diadoumenos on Delos Greece Tivoli General from the Temple to Hercules Victor at Tivoli Velletri Octavia Relief of the Servilii Pompey from the Licinian Tomb Denarius of Caesar Caesar from Tusculum Bronze coin of Cleopatra holding Caesarion Vatican Cleopatra copy of that from the Temple of Venus Genetrix in the Forum of Caesar Sestertius of Octavian Denarius of Octavian Imperial Augustus from the Villa of Livia at Primaporta Gemma Augustea Livia from the Fayum Family Group Funerary relief of Lucius Vibius and family Copenhagen Caligula Claudius from Lanuvium Imperial Family Group Claudius and Augustus from Herculaneum Worcester Nero Copenhagen Vespasian Denarius of Titus don t worry about the legend Titus from Herculaneum Equestrian portrait of DomitianMerva from the Shrine of the Augustales Misenum Trajan from Ostia as imperator standing Nude portrait of Marcia Furnilla Hadrian from Crete slide says Gortyn Hadrian should be Hierapytna but just learn from Crete Antinous as an Egyptian pharaoh from Hadrian s Villa at Tivoli Equestrian portrait of Marcus Aurelius Commodus in the Guise of Hercules from an imperial storeroom under the Esquiline Hill Rome see damnatio memoriae lecture Mummy portrait of Hermione Grammatike from the Hawara necropolis Egypt Mummy portrait of Artemidorus from the Hawara necropolis Egypt Severan family painted tondo portrait Egypt Baby Caracalla in the guise of Hercules New York Caracalla Trajan Decius in the guise of Mars Gold medallion of Diocletian and Maximian Gold medallion of the Tetrarchy Porphyry Tetrarchic Group from Constantinople Silver miliarensis mil is OK of Constantine Colossal Constantine from the Basilica of MaxentiusConstantine Rome


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