CLASSICS 2B03 Lecture 33: Lecture 33 - Dec 2

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Slide questions: short fill-in-the-blank the questions based on slide images. Slide comparisons: side-by-side images, opportunity to compare pieces from. Greek art, what two images have in common (e. x. Class division, relationships of power, control, relationship between mortals and gods) Development and relationships will be emphasis, may want to think about the destination of long development seen in hellenistic and classical. Objective is to see this as result of development across time. Tomb of abdalonymos of dison, from sidon in phoenicia (not the tomb of. Name is misleading, called this because alexander"s image appears upon the sculptural relief. Object was constructed for non-greek recipient, but lines between craftmanship and culture have been crossed. Themes from greek myth and history have been represented for the tomb of this persian governor. On one side we see depiction of battle between alexander and persians. On the other side we see abdalonymos and alexander in royal lion hunt.

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