World Art Final Part 1

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    • Two Bison
    • In cave at Le Tuc d'Andonbert, France
    • Relief
    • Clay
    • Rhinoceros, wounded man, disemboweled bison
    • In a well of the cave at Lascanx, France
    • Painting
    • Human skull with restored features
    • from Jericho
    • Modeled in plaster, painted, inlaid with shells
    • life size
    • Landscape with Volcanic Eruption
    • watercolor copy of a wall painting
    • Level VII, Catal Hoyuk, Turkey
    • First landscape painting without humans/animals
    • Salisbury Plain, Wilshire, England
    • Circle of Trilithons
    • Solar Calandar
    • Sun rises over "heel stone" at summer solstice
    • Megaliths
    • Female Head
    • From Uruk (Modern Warka), Iraq
    • Marble
    • 8" high
    • Presentations of offerings to Inanna
    • Warka Vase, from Uruk, Iraq
    • Alabaster
    • War Side of Standard of Ur
    • Tomb 779, Royal Cemetery, Ur, Iraq
    • Wood, lapis, lazuli, shell, red limestone
    • Head of an Akkadian Ruler
    • From Nineveh (Modern Kuyunjik), Iraq
    • Copper
    • Victory Stele of Naram-Sin
    • From Susa, Iran
    • Pink Sandstone
    • Back of Palette of King Narmer
    • From Hierakonpolis, Egypt
    • Slate
    • Predynastic
    • Stepped Pyramid of Djoser, by Imhotep
    • Saqqara, Egypt
    • 3rd Dynasty
    • Great Pyramids of Gizeh
    • Egypt
    • (From Bottom) Menkaure, Khafre, Khufu
    • 4th Dynasty
    • Model of Pyramid Complex
    • Gizeh, Egypt
    • 1. pyramid of Menkaure
    • 2. Pyraid of Khafre
    • 3. Mortuary temple of Khafre
    • 4. Causeway
    • 5. Great Sphinx
    • 6. Valley temple of Khafre
    • 7. Pyramid of Khufu
    • 8. Pyramids of the royal family and mastabas of nobles
    • Nefertiti, by Thutmose
    • Amarna, Egypt
    • Painted Limestone
    • 18th dynasty
    • Innermost coffin of Tutankhamen
    • tomb at Thebes, Egypt
    • gold, inlay of enamel and stones
    • 18th dynasty
    • Death Mask of Tutankhamen
    • Innermost coffin in his tomb
    • at Thebes, Egypt
    • gold inlay of semiprecious stones
    • 18th dynasty
    • Last Judgment of Hunefer
    • from his tomb in Thebes, Egypt
    • Painted papyrus scroll
    • 19th dynasty
    • Snake goddess
    • Palace, Knossos (Crete), Grece
    • Prehistoric Aegean
    • Harvesters Vase
    • From Hagia Triada (Crete), Greece
    • Originally with gold leaf
    • Steatite
    • Prehistoric Aegean
    • Lion Gate
    • Mycenae, Greece
    • Limestone, Relief Panel
    • 2 Monoliths and Huge lintel
    • Corbeled arch
    • Prehistoric Aegean
    • Funerary Mask
    • From Grave Circle A, Mycenae, Greece
    • Beaten Gold
    • Prehistoric Aegean
    • Warrior Vase (Krater)
    • From Mycenae, Greeve
    • Soldiers
    • Combo of frontal and profile views
    • Prehistoric Aegean
    • Parthenon
    • Acropolis, Athens, Greece
    • Geometric Krater
    • Dipylon Cemetery
    • Athens, Greece
    • Lacy of Auxere
    • Probably from Crete
    • Sculptural Style of 7th century
    • triangular face (Daedalic style)
    • limestone
    • Ancient Greece
    • Kroisos
    • From Anavysos, Greece
    • Naturalistic proportions
    • Rounded face
    • Archaic
    • Peplos Kore
    • From the Acropolis, Athens, Greece
    • Marble
    • Archaic
    • Elevations of Doric & Ionic Orders
    • ...Just know them
    • Doryphoros (Spear bearer)
    • Polykleitos
    • Roman marble copy of a bronze original
    • pompeii, italy 
    • Contrapposto 
    • Classical
    • Aphrodite, by Praxiteles
    • Roman marble copy of a bronze original
    • First nude of a greek goddess
    • Late Classical
    • Dying Gaul, by Epigonos
    • roman copy of a bronze original
    • Hellenistic
    • Aphrodite, by Alexandros of Antioch-on-the-Meander
    • Melos, Greece
    • marble
    • Hellenistic
    • Sarcophagus with reclining couple
    • from the Banditaccia Necropolis
    • Cerveteri, Italy
    • Painted Terracotta
    • Etruscan hallmarks
    • Diving and Fishing
    • left wall of the tomb of hunting and fishing
    • Monterozzi Necropolis
    • Tarquinia, Italy
    • fresco
    • Early Etruscan
    • Capitoline wolf
    • Rome, Italy
    • bronze
    • Pictures Romulus and Remus
    • Late Etruscan/Classical
    • Chimera of Arezzo
    • from Arezzo, Italy
    • first half of 4th century
    • bronze
    • composite monster
    • Late Etruscan/Classical
    • Roman Concrete construction
    • a) barrel vault
    • b) groin vault
    • c) fenestrated sequence of groin vaults
    • d) hemispherical dome with oculus
    • Portrait of husband and wife
    • wall painting from house VII
    • Pompeii, Italy
    • Fresco
    • Fourth Style
    • Augustus as general
    • Primaporta, Italy
    • Early 1st century
    • Marble copy of a bronze original
    • Early Empire (Roman)
    • Ara Pacis
    • altar of Augustan peace
    • Pacis Romana
    • Carrara Marble
    • Rome, Italy
    • Early Empire (Roman)
    • Female Personification
    • East Facade of Ara Pacis
    • Rome, Italy
    • Early Empire
    • Aerial View of Colosseum (Flavian Amphitheater) 
    • Rome, Italy
    • Barrel Vaults
    • Largest amphitheater
    • 50,000 people
    • gladiator fights
    • Facade of Colosseum
    • Mix of roman and greek arches
    • Tuscan, Ionic, and Corinthian
    • Rome, Italy
    • Equestrian Marcus Aurelius
    • Rome, Italy
    • Bronze
    • Omnipotent Conqueror
    • Four Tetrarchs
    • Constantinople
    • Porphyry
    • Nearly Identical
    • Colossal Head of Constantine
    • Basillica Nova, rome, Italy
    • marble
    • eternally youthful
    • Sarcophagus of Junius Bassus
    • Jewish Scenes
    • Adam and Eve
    • Late Antiquity
    • Interior of the Synagogue
    • Dura-Europos synagogue
    • Wall paintings of biblical themes 
    • Tempera on plaster
    • Hellenistic, Late Antiquity

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