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Notes 10/16/15

by: Brittany Notetaker

Notes 10/16/15 GenEd110

Brittany Notetaker
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World of the Arts

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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Brittany Notetaker on Friday October 16, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to GenEd110 at University of Wisconsin - Whitewater taught by Tunistra in Fall 2015. Since its upload, it has received 8 views. For similar materials see World of the Arts in Writing at University of Wisconsin - Whitewater.


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Date Created: 10/16/15
PreModern Middle Ages Vocab Words CeIIa Columnsand Capitals Ionic Doric Corinthian Perigteral Pse udoPeripteral Sacred Spaces The Parthenon Greek Temple constructed from 447 BCE to 422 BCE following the ransacking of Athens by the Persians Made out of Marble Built to house 40 ft statue of Athena Patron goddess of Athens 0 Made out of wood ivory and overlaid with gold 0 5th century the statue was taken to Constantinople when the Roman Empire falls Europe is dominated by Christianity Barbarian tribesChristians destroyed the statue during the 4th Crusade 6th century the Parthenon was converted into a Christian church Many churches were repurposed as Christian churches This multipurpose of the Parthenon is what kept it so in tack In 1456 the Ottomans conquered Athens and the Parthenon was converted to an Islamic Mosque It sits on a central hill also known as an Acropolis it is a religious area Peripteral Temple Means free standing and that the columns surround the interior rooms The interior room is called a cella Relates to the Parthenon The length is approximate twice the width 228x1014ft Divided into two parts the large room housed the statue of Athena and the smaller room held offeringstreasuresgifts Temple of Portunus Greek and Roman Temple For the Roman god of locks keys and sailors Near a port so sailors could ask for safe voyages Made out of concrete and white suckle to look like marble PseudoPeripteral Similarities Both have columns Based upon a rectangular shape Elevated off the ground Differences The Stairs are different Portunus has a main entrance Portunus is smaller proportionally speaking Not leveled Podium more elevated at the Portunus Portunus has columns engaged and nonfree standing


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