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ART H102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Praxiteles, Lapiths, Tarquinia

Art History
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ART H102
Hoyne Santa- Balazs

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PREHISTORIC ART: Paleolithic and Neolithic
Paleolithic, Mesolithic, Neolithic, relief, sculpture-in-the-round,
sympathetic magic!
megalith, menhir, dolmen, henge, cromlech, post-and-lintel
construction, corbeling, alignment, passage grave, cairn bluestone,
trilithon, sarcens, mortise-and-tenon joints
cuneiform, stylus, pictograph, ziggurat, cone mosaic, bitumen, inlay,
The Epic of Gilgamesh, votive objects, cylinder seals, hieratic scale,
orant, stele, glazing, crenellation, lamassu
Rosetta Stone, hieroglyphs, demotic script, Jean Francois
Champollion, cartouche, pictograph, pre- dynastic, Narmer, canon
of representation, register, hieratic scale, canon of proportions,
necropolis, Ka, canopic jars, shabti, faience, papyrus, mastaba,
serdab, sarcophagus, rock-cut tombs, Djoser, Imhotep, Saqquara,
sphinx, Re (Ra), Amun, Akhenaten, Aten, Amarna, sunken relief,
mortuary temple, pylon, hypostyle, encaustic
AEGEAN ART: Cycladic, Minoan, and Mycenean
Cycladic, Minoan, Mycenaen, Knossos, Crete, Akrotiri, Thera
(Santorini), obsidian, Sir Arthur Evans, Heinrich Schliemann,
Minotaur, labyrinth, Linear A, Linear B, faience, megaron, true
fresco (buon fresco), dry fresco (fresco secco), genre painting,
rhyton, corbel arch, corbeling, "cyclopean" architecture, "bee-hive"
tomb, tholos tomb, inlay, repousse, niello
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