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Greek Arts

by: Aimee Castillon

Greek Arts clas260-01

Aimee Castillon
GPA 3.61
Legacy of Greece & Rome

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Legacy of Greece & Rome
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Aimee Castillon on Friday October 23, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to clas260-01 at George Mason University taught by Arans in Summer 2015. Since its upload, it has received 28 views. For similar materials see Legacy of Greece & Rome in Classical Studies at George Mason University.


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Date Created: 10/23/15
Organization name StUdent name Legacy of Greece amp Rome student email address 101 30 IaI 2015 Heading 101415 Notes Greek Arts Periods of Greek Ceramics Helladic pottery 60003000 BC Cycladic 3rd2nd millenium BC clay figurines Cycladic period Minoan Crete 2nd millenium BC natural life motifs The Parisiennes Minoan ladies fresco Knossos Parthenon Centennial Harvesting Saffron Akrotiri Santorini Park Nashville TN Geometric pottery Dark Age 98 cBC Orientalizing Corinthian pottery 7c BC the animal style High Classical 6 c BC Blackfigure Attic pottery Archaic Age 6 5c BC Couros Croesus Kora from Acropolis Athens 6c BC The frieze of Parthenon Elgin Marbles the three Moirai Athena Aphaia from Aegina 5c BC ARchaic smile Dying warrior water carriers frieze of the temple of Aphaia Aegina Caryatids Athens Erechteion Early classical at its best 5 c BC more lifelike statues bronze in Acropolis Critios boy found in the rubbles of Acropolis Delphic charioteer Doric temple in Paestum 8 Italy 5 c BC Capital Ionian Doric Corinthian Pheidias Athena Parthenos 5th c BC statue of Zeus one of the 7 Wonders of the Ancient World 5th c BC Myron Discobolus Discusthrower Polycleitos programmatic theorist of sculpture used mathematical calculations to define prescriptions of human body DoryphorosSpear bearer Amazon Praxiteles introduced female nude sculpture explored a gentler ideal Aphrodite of Capitol 4th c BC Aphrodite of Knidos 35O BC Hermes with baby Dionysus Kourotrophoschildcaretaker Eirene with Plutos Silenus with Dionysus copy form Lysippus important female nudes of antiquity Aphrodite Knidia Aphrodite of Melos Venus of Milo Aphrodite of Capitol by Praxiteles Phryne before the Areopagus JeanLeon Gerome 1861 Phryne at the festival of Poseidon in Eleusis Phryne before the Chicago Tribunal Bernhard Gillam 1884 Speaker of the House James G Blaine as Phryne Lysippus Apoxyomenos Scratching off 4th c BC Attic redfigured Bronze statues Zeus Poseidon late 5th c BC Riace warriors catch of marine archaeology bronze brought up from the sea off Riace Laocoon school of Lysippus late 4th c BC Trojan priest devoured by snakes I fear even gifts from Greeks Sleeping childEros Hellenistic 3rd2nd c BC Hellenistic sculpture focuses on character Altar of Pergamum 2nd c BC Altar of Pergamum frize Titanomachia fight between Olympian gods and Titans 10l19l15 Ceramic Pottery types ritual Lecythos wine ointment libations to the dead Louthrophoros bride s ceremonial ablutions personal hygienecosmetics Alabastron perfume ointment Aryballos perfume ointment Pyxis toiletries storage Amphora ae plural wine oil Stamnos Pelike liquid pouring jars Hydria water 3 handles Oinochoe Olpe winepouring 1 handle drinking Crater winemixing bowl Kyathos ladle Skyphos Rhyton drinking horn Kantharos Psykter winecooler Kylix


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