Egyptian old kingdom, aegean and classical greek

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    • King Tut
    • 1323 BCE
    • Egyptian
  1. Features of the old Kingdom, middle kingdom and new kingdom?
    Old Kingdom: unyielding stance and formidible expressions. very stiff rigid and muscular. ie Khafre statue

    Middle Kingdom: More relaxed figures and emotional faces. ie senruset and beni hasan tomb

    New kingdom: rounded and elongated figures ie. akhenaten, hatshepsut, ramses II
    • Female cycladic figure
    • 2500 BCE
    • Aegean
    • Harpist
    • 2500 BCE
    • Aegean
    • Palace at Knossos
    • Crete
    • 1400 BCE
    • Aegean
    • Bull Leaping @ palace knossos
    • Crete
    • 1400 BCE
    • Aegean
    • Spring frescoe
    • Athens
    • 1650 BCE
    • Aegean
    • Snake goddess
    • 1600 BCE
    • Aegean
    • Corbelled Gallery
    • Tiryns, Greece
    • 1300 BCE
    • Aegean
    • Lion Gate
    • Mycenae, Greece
    • 1300 BCE
    • Aegean
    • Treasury of Atreus
    • Mycenae Greece
    • 1300 BCE
    • Aegean
    • Funerary Mask
    • 1600 BCE
    • Aegean
  2. What are the three civilizations during the Aegean era?
    Cycladic: stylized statuettes of nude standing females and nude males playing musical instruments

    Minoan:
    from the island of crete built mixed use palaces with complex ground plans

    Mycenaeans:
    from mainland greece were noted for massive citadels marked by cyclopean and corbelled vaulting
    • Kouros
    • 600 BCE
    • Archaic
    • Calf bearer
    • 560 BCE
    • Archaic
    • Kroisos
    • 530 BCE
    • Archaic
    • Peplos Kore
    • 530 BCE
    • Archaic
    • Kore
    • 520 BCE
    • Archaic
    • Temple of hera I
    • Paestum, Italy
    • 550 BCE
    • Archaic

    Features: Pancake like doric capitals, 9 odd number of columns on the facade and a single row of columns in the cella, no statue in the middle, closely spaced columns
    • Siphnian Treasury with gigantomachy
    • Delphi, Greece
    • 530 BCE
    • Archaic
    • Temple of Aphaia
    • Aegina, Greece
    • 500 BCE
    • Archaic

    • 1.. columns are more widely spaced and slender
    • 2.Double colonade and each row has two stories
    • 3. allowed a statue to be placed on central axis and gave viwer an unobstructed view through the pair of columns
    • Dying warrior from WEST pediment of the temple of Aphaia
    • 490 BCE
    • Archaic
    • Dying warrior from East pediment of Temple of Aphaia
    • 480 BCE
    • Classical
    • Temple of Hera II
    • Paestum, Italy
    • 460 BCE
    • Classical

    Features: LIKE the temple of aphai at aegina: Even number of columns on the short ends, two columns in antis, two rows of columns in the stow stories inside the cella which were great for statue placement
    • Kritios Boy
    • 480 BCE
    • Classical
    • Athena, herakles and atlas from the temple of zeus
    • 470 bce
    • Classical
    • Zeus or poseidon
    • 450 BCE
    • Bronze hollow cast
    • Classical

    Lightness and stability of hollow cost bronze statues
    • Diskobolos
    • 450 BCE
    • Classical

    Features: Idealized heroic body and use of negative space
    • Doryphoros
    • 450 BCE
    • Classical

    Alternating tense and relaxation of the body, spartan ideal
    • Parthenon
    • Athens, Greece
    • 440 BCE
    • Classical

    Features: 17x8 Column plan, mixture of ionic and doric capitals, slender shafts and well spaced columns, place for statue
    • Three goddesses from East pediment of parthenon
    • 434 BCE
    • Classical

    Deeply cut drapery and figures sit naturally within the framework of the pediment
    • Nike adjusting her sandal
    • 410 BCE
    • Classical

    Features: incised drapery
    • Aphrodite of Knidos
    • 350 BCE
    • Classical

    First nude woman, sensual but not erotic, hand covers pelvis, S shape curve

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