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Art History, Notes Week 5

by: Lexi Dageenakis

Art History, Notes Week 5 3216

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These notes cover some of the artifacts in chapter 4
Survey Art History I
Professor Konsterlie
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Lexi Dageenakis on Tuesday September 27, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to 3216 at University of Bridgeport taught by Professor Konsterlie in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 6 views. For similar materials see Survey Art History I in Art at University of Bridgeport.


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Date Created: 09/27/16
4.1­4.2 female cycladic idol 2700­2300 BC thin, angular, geometric, abstract symbol, goddess, no pedestal male cycladic idol shorter than female, thicker, has a pedestal, playing an instrument 4.10 snake goddess 13.5 inches terra­cota (clay) 1600 BC serpent means renewal harvest vase 1650­1450 BC celebrating harvest 4.12 spouted jar from crete 1800 BC oceanic culture  for olive oil or wine octopus vase from crete 11 inches tall eyes mimic handles mural of ships 1650­1500 BC 15 3/4 inches long viking ships lions chasing deer the boxing children 1650­1500 BC two males: flat, stylized mostly front view eyes coming of age, winner becomes a man


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