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Art History Survery 1906 Week 3 Notes

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Date Created: 02/02/16
The Old Kingdom (2500 BC) Tombs The people of this time period believed that the spirits of their dead ruler could leave the tomb and visit other places Even after the ruler was dead they had to be constantly attended to The tombs were built with special tunnels that lead under ground Special rituals may have taken place near special markers outside the tomb 2 complexes: the North Place and the South Palace The North and he South palaces alluded to upper and lower Egypt Papyrus in the temple art refers to the North The statues of Pharaohs near the temples are perfect subjects for visual analysis; many of the basic principles of design highlight the authority of the figure Since the old kingdom scenes of hunting in papyrus thickets have become common Notice how some scenes are shown at close range Grape harvest scenes reveal information about the technological resources of the people Art works o Head of a Woman Uruk, present day Warka, Iraq (3300­300 BCE) Marble­ height 20.3cm  o Carved Vessel(alabaster vase) Uruk present day Warka(3300­3000 BCE) Alabaster height 91cm o 12 Votive figures (all standing in common Sumer positon) From the Square Temple, Eshnunna (present day Tell Asmar, Iraq) (2900­2600 BCE)


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