World Art Final Part 3

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Melina.gonzales
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World Art Final Part 3
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2014-04-23 00:53:11
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    • Royal Portal, West Facade
    • Chartres Cathedral
    • Chartres, France
    • Proclaim majesty and power of Christ
    • Left to right: Ascension, second coming, and Jesus in the lap of Virgin Mary
    • Gothic Europe
    • Old Testament Kings and Queen
    • right side of the central doorway of the royal portal
    • Chartres Cathedral
    • Chartres, France
    • (Gothic) signs of new nationalism
    • Gothic Europe
    • Interior of Chartres Cathedral
    • High Gothic Model
    • nave arcade, triforlum, and clerestory with stained glass windows
    • Stonemasons and Sculptors
    • stain glass window in northernmost radiating chapel in the ambulatory
    • Chartres Cathedral
    • Chartres, France
    • Gothic Europe
    • Virgin and Child and Angels
    • (Notre dame da la Belle Verriere)
    • window in the choir of Chartres Cathedral 
    • Chartres, France
    • survived the fire
    • Gothic Europe
    • Rose Window & Lancets
    • North transept
    • Chartres Cathedral
    • Chartres, France
    • Stained glass
    • filled almost entire wall of high Gothic north transept of the Cathedral
    • Saint Theodore
    • Jamb statue
    • porch of the martyrs
    • south transept
    • Chartres Cathedral
    • High Gothic
    • Contrapposto Stance, Classical Statuary
    • Interior of Amiens Cathedral
    • Robert Do Luzarches
    • Amiens, France
    • Self-sustaining skeletal architecture
    • 4 part vaults
    • 144 ft above nave floor
    • Gothic Europe
    • Interior of Upper Chapel
    • Saint Chapelle, Paris, France
    • Gothic Europe
    • Cologne Cathedral
    • Cologne, Germany
    • Largest Church in Northern Europe
    • > 600 years to build
    • Gothic/Gothic Revival Structure
    • Aerial View of Maya City
    • Chicen Itza, Mexico
    • centered on the Castillo
    • Colossal head
    • La Venta, Mexico
    • Basalt
    • 9'4" high
    • Identities of the Olmec = uncertain
    • Individualized features and distinctive headgear suggests these heads portray rulers rather than deities
    • Ceremonial Ax (Jaguar)
    • From la Venta, Mexico
    • Olmec
    • Olmec celts often represent composite human-animal figures
    • Jadeite
    • Aerial view of Teotihuacan, Mexico
    • Pyramid of Moon (foreground)
    • pyramid of Sun (top left)
    • Citadel (background)
    • All connected by ave of the dead
    • Chacmool
    • From the platform of the eagles
    • Chicen Itza, Mexico
    • Maya
    • Reps fallen warriors
    • Stone
    • Pendant, Bat-faced man
    • Northeastern Colombia, Tairona
    • Served as an amulet
    • gold
    • Raimondi Stele
    • from the main temple
    • Chavin de Huantar, Peru
    • ability of gods to transform themselves is a core aspect of Andean religion
    • Green diorite
    • Embroidered funerary mantle
    • southern coast of Peru
    • 1st century CE
    • Plain weave caelid fiber with stem-stitch embroidery of camelid wool
    • wrap around bodies of the dead
    • Hummingbird
    • Nasca Plain, Peru
    • Dark layers of pebbled scraped aside to reveal lighter clay and calcite beneath
    • may have marked pilgrimage routes
    • Vessel in the shape of a portrait head
    • northern coast of peru
    • 5th-6th century
    • painted clay
    • Serpent mound
    • ohio mississipian
    • May represent the path of Halley's Comet in 1066
    • Altar to the hand
    • from benin, nigeria
    • brass
    • Running woman
    • rock painting
    • from tassel n'Ajjer, Algeria
    • Woman in a ritual context
    • Nok head
    • from Rafin Kura, Nigeria
    • Terracotta
    • Head
    • From Lyndenburg, South Africa 
    • Terracotta
    • Resembles inverted Terracotta but applied thin clay fillets
    • Scarification marks are signs of beauty
    • Equestrian Figure on Fly Whisk
    • Igbo Ukwu, Nigeria
    • 9th-10th century
    • copper-alloy bronze
    • oldest preserved African lost-wax cast bronze
    • King
    • From Ita Yemoo (Ife), Nigeria
    • 11th-12th century
    • Zinc Brass
    • Seated Man
    • From Tada, Nigeria
    • 13th-14th century
    • copper
    • related to naturalistic style of Ife Ife
    • Archer
    • From Djenne, Mali
    • 13th-15th century
    • Terracotta
    • striking contrast to Ife Ife
    • Aerial view of great mosque
    • Djenne, Mali
    • begun in 13th century, rebuilt
    • made of adobe and wood
    • Beta Giorghis (Church of St. George)
    • Lalibela, Ethiopia
    • Christian King Lalibela
    • Rock cut church
    • Completely cut out of volcanic rock
    • Walls and Tower (Great Enclosure)
    • Zimbabwe
    • 14th century
    • 30ft tall
    • Not held together by mortar or anything

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