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Department
Art History
Course
ARTH 2150
Professor
Andrew Sherwood
Semester
Fall

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ARTH 2150 Lecture 1 9/6/2013 7:28:00 AM Periods or Ages: Bronze – 3,000 – 1000 (used Bronze tools) Dark – 1,000 – 750 (immense collapse and lack of knowledge from the previous age) Archaic – 750 – 480 Classical – 480 – 336/323 Hellenistic – 336/23 – 146/31 Roman – 146/31 – AD 325 Byzantine – 325 – 1453 - 750: we find an incredible rise in standards of living and increase in population levels and the earliest alphabet starts to appear (beginning of literacy in Greece) - 480: big invasion led by Xerxes and sacked Athens, ends a period - Athens rises from the ashes and the greatest Athenian period begins from 480-336/323 (Philip II dies in 336, Alexander dies in 323) - 146/31: the romans are more involved in the Mediterranean and leveled Carthage and Corinth - 31: Augustus becomes the first emperor in Rome - Constantine the Great esta
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