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Queen's University
Classical Studies
CLST 101
Christina Zaccagnino

Week 12 Lecture Notes Nov 26-29 Art andArchitecture – No Greek word for art – Daeladus means “cleaver worker” – Protogeometric (10 century B.C.) - circles/ semi circles etchings, black paint +clay th – Geometric (9 century B.C.) - later vases all covered in patterns, some figures represented – Profasis – mourning the dead before burial – figures not very human-like; geometric, all figures black apart from face th – Proto-Attic- beginning of 7 century B.C. - figures partly painted, partly outlined; mythological scenes portrayed – Black figure (late 7 century B.C.) - detailed, made by incision; invented in Corinth, some had inscriptions th – Daedalic style (7 century B.C.) - triangular face, flat skull; wig like hair; big eyes/ noses; triangular torso – Sounion Kouros (580 B.C.) - kouros (plural: kouroi) = young male.Always naked, dedicated to statues, sometimes used as grave markers regardless of age of deceased; derived from Egyptian statues, but Greek statues were always naked – Kore (plural: korai) – young maiden. Were clothed, usually holding something; wore ependytes, a popular oriental tunic worn over peplos; also wore chiton, another popular dress Architecture – Doric order = used in temples, developed in Peloponnese; only base made of stone, rest made of wood; triglyphs could be decorated or not – Plan of a Doric temple: surrounded by columns, cella/nao 430-390 B.C. s in the centre, pronaus in front of temple, sometimes opisthodomos in back – Temples built on east-west axis; worshippers did their worship thang outside the temple at the altar – Temple of Artemis @ Corcyra 580 B.C. = first temple built entirely out of stone. Mythological representation on top of pediment – Temple of Apollo @ Corinth 560 B.C. - also a really cool temple. rd – Doric and Ionic used in 3 century B.C. Doric and Ionic both have fluted shaft columns. Corinthian style the most recent – fluted shaft, decorative top; decorated with acanthus leaves – Temple of Apollo @ Bassae 430-390 B.C. - same architect as the Parthenon – used first Corinthian column in the cella
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