ARH 302 Midterm 1

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  1. Paletolithic Art 
    30,000-9,000 BCE
  2. Neolithic Art
    8,000-2,300 BCE
  3. Sumerian Art
    3,500-1,600 BCE
  4. Assyrian Art
    1,600-600 BCE
  5. Old Kingdom
    2,575-2,134 BCE
  6. New Kingdom
    1,500-1,000 BCE
  7. Cycladic Art
    3,000-1,500 BCE
  8. Minoan
    1,700-1,200 BCE
  9. Mycenean Art
    1,700-1,200 BCE
  10. Archaic Greece
    600-480 BCE
  11. Geometric Greece
    900-600 BCE
  12. Classical Greece
    480-323 BCE
  13. Hellenistic Greece
    323-30BCE
  14. Etruscan
    700-489 BCE
  15. Roman Republic
    753-27 BCE
  16. Early Empire
    27BCE-96CE
  17. Defining Characteristics of  Paleolithic Art
    • Lack of Narration
    • Twister Perspective
    • Anmals
    • Exaggeration
  18. Defining Characteristics of Neolithic Art
    • Monumental stone architexture
    • Humans
    • Narrative
    • Honoring Dead (bulls)
  19. Defining Characteristics of Sumerian Art
    • Ziggurats
    • Cuneiform
    • Registers
    • Enlarged Eyes
    • Heirarchy of Scales
    • Conceptual Representation 
  20. Defining Characteristics of Assyrian Art
    • King in Battle
    • Lions
    • Lammasu
    • Bearded
    • Less Stylized
  21. Defining Characteristics of Old Kingdom
    • Afterlife
    • Pyramids
    • Compact Sculptures
    • Narrative Art
    • Canon-proportions
    • Idea More Important
  22. Defining Characteristics of New Kingdom
    • Temples
    • Fresco Secco
    • Solar Disk
    • Movement
    • If It's Depicted it Happens
  23. Defining Characteristics of Cycladic Art
    • Grave Figurines 
    • Marble Faceless Statues
    • Angular
    • No Writing
    • Metal/Beadwork
  24. Defining Characteristics of Minoan Art
    • Brightly Colored Nature (wet) Frescoes
    • Stylized
    • Marine Pottery
    • Gold/Ivory
  25. Defining Characteristics of Mycenean Art
    • Cyclopean Art
    • Gold
    • Behive Domes
    • Megarons
    • Geometric Patterns
  26. Defining Characteristics of Arcahic Greece
    • Nude
    • Billingual Vase
    • Life Size
    • Smiles
    • Doric/Ionic
    • Proportions-Kouros
    • Treasuries
  27. Defining Characteristics of Geometric Greece
    • Stylized
    • Oddesy
    • Revival of Story Telling
  28. Defining Characteristics of Hellenistic Greece
    • Alex the Great
    • Theatrical-Baroque
    • Non Heroic
    • Erotic
    • Imperfections
    • Temples Lack Roof
  29. Defining Characteristics of Classical Greece
    • Contropasto
    • Athletes
    • Lack Facial Expression
    • Nude
    • Ionic
    • Dyrphorus 
    • Beauty=Masculine
  30. Defining Characteristics of Etruscan Art
    • Wood
    • Terracotta
    • Sacophogus
    • Decorated Tombs
    • Funerary Frescoes
    • Stone Arches
  31. Defining Characteristics of Roman Republic
    • Verism-Head Shot
    • Body and Head won't match Agewise 
    • Realism
    • Front Entrance
    • Persuasion 
    • Julius Caesar 
    • Freestanding Columns in Front Only
    • Personality
  32. Defining Characteristics of Early Empire
    • Concrete
    • Augustus
    • Public Projects
    • Temples 
    • Realism
    • Single Entry 
  33. Notable Artworks of Paleolithic Art
    • Venus of Willendorf, Austria 28,000-25,000BCE
    • Hall of Bulls, Lascoux France, 15,000-13,000BCE
  34. Notable Artworks of Neolithic Art
    • Stonehenge, Salisbury Plain England, 2,550-1,600 BCE
    • Landscape with Volcanis Eruption, Catal Hayuk Turkey, 6,150BCE
  35. Notable Artworks of Sumerian Art
    • Ziggurat of Ur, Iraq 2,700 BCE
    • Votive Statues, Tell Asmar Iraq, 2,700 BCE
  36. Notable Artworks of Assyrian Art
    • Lammasu, Iraq, 720-705 BCE
    • Stele of Hammarabi, Susa Iran, 1,780 BCE
  37. Notable Artworks of Old Kingdom
    • Pallette of Narmer, Hierakonpolis Egypt, 3,000-2,920BCE
    • Khafre Enthroned, Gizeh Egypt, 2,520-2,494 BCE
  38. Notable Artworks of New Kingdom
    • Temple of Hatshepsut, Deir el Bahri Egypt, 1473-1458 BCE
    • Tomb of Nebamon, Thebes Egypt, 1,400-1,350 BCE
  39. Notable Artworks of Cycladic Art
    • Figurine of Woman, Syros Greece, 2,500-2,300BCE
    • Male Lyre Player, Keros (cyclades) Greece, 2,700-2,500BCE
  40. Notable Artworks of Minoan Art
    • Bull Leaping-Knossos Greece, 1,450-1,400 BCE
    • Snake Goddess, Knossos Greece, 1,600 BCE
  41. Notable Artworks of Mycenaean Art
    • Lion Gate, Mycenae Greece, 1,300-1,250 BCE
    • Funerary Mask, Mycenae Greece, 1,600-1,500BCE
  42. Notable Artworks of Archaic Greece
    • Kouros, Greece, 600BCE
    • Peplos Kore, Acropolis Athens Greece, 530BCE
  43. Notable Artworks of Geometric Greece
    • Spear Thrower Statuette, Olympia
    • Dipylon Master, Athens Greece, 740BCE
  44. Notable Artworks of Classical Greece
    • Kirtios Boy, Athens Greece, 480 BCE
    • Parthenon, Athens Greece, 447-438BCE
  45. Notable Artworks of Hellenistic Greece
    • Old Market Woman, N/A, 150,100 BCE
    • Seated Boxer, Rome Italy, 100-50 BCE
  46. Etruscan 
    • Capitoline Wolf, Rome Italy, 500-480BCE
    • Tomb of Reliefs, Ceverteri Italy, 3rd Century BCE
  47. Notable Artworks of Roman Republic
    • Temple of Portunus, Rome Italy, 75BCE
    • Portrait of Roman General, Tivoli Italy, 75-50BCE
  48. Notable Artworks of Early Empire
    • Augustus, Primaporta Italy, 20 BCE
    • Altar of Augustan Peace, Rome Italy, 13-9BCE

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