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MARYMOUNTART 250Jason RosenfeldFall

ART 250 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Corinthian Order, Travertine, Gladiator

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Roman empire (c. 27 bce - 395 ce) Roman developement of this time is reflected in western culture (even through today) Veneer - to cover the surface of
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MARYMOUNTART 250Jason RosenfeldFall

ART 250 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Apse, Aisle, Patron Saint

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With the edict of milan (313 ce) he legalized christianity. Niche w/ a statue that"s 40 feet high that was maxentius until he was defeated, then. Const
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MARYMOUNTART 250Jason RosenfeldFall

ART 250 Lecture 14: Art from the Early Empire

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Find the theme between the two pieces. It will be a piece we haven"t talked about, and you"ll need to use your knowledge of other pieces to describe an
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MARYMOUNTART 250Jason RosenfeldFall

ART 250 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Ishtar Gate, Lagash, Diorite

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Aka the fertile crescent - because the area is right along and around two rivers: the. Sumer - the first state to arise in mesopotamia. Cities include:
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MARYMOUNTART 250Jason RosenfeldFall

ART 250 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Sarpedon, Archaic Smile, Phidias

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27 Jul 2018
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Doric order - the idea that greek art was rational and mathematical, it was an attempt to figure out the world through art. The archaic period (c. 600
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MARYMOUNTART 250Jason RosenfeldFall

ART 250 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Flying Buttress, Clerestory, Autun Cathedral

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27 Jul 2018
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* don"t meet in class monday, meet at 66th and 1st for a walking tour of some churches. Cathedral of saint-lazare in autun, france (aka the autun cathe
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MARYMOUNTART 250Jason RosenfeldFall

ART 250 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Roman Mosaic, Ionic Order, Lysippos

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27 Jul 2018
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The late classical period (c. 400 - 323 bce) Athens loses its strength after the spartans defeat them. Everyone in athens just lived through a war, the
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MARYMOUNTART 250Jason RosenfeldFall

ART 250 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Attalid Dynasty, Pathos, Pergamon Altar

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27 Jul 2018
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The hellenistic period (c. 323 - 31/30 bce) Death of alexander the great (323 bce) to the death of cleopatra (31/30 bce) Art of area after alexander sp
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MARYMOUNTART 250Jason RosenfeldFall

ART 250 Lecture 3: Egyptian Art: Early Dynastic Period

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27 Jul 2018
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Egypt sits to the left of the fertile crescent and sits on both sides of the nile river. The nile flows from south to north and empties into the medite
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ART 250 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Callicrates, Ictinus, Mnesikles

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27 Jul 2018
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An acropolis is a citadel built upon an elevated area of ground. Treasury of delian league - moved to athens (which gives rise to city"s power) The peo
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ART 250 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Stone Age, Common Era, Bluestone

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27 Jul 2018
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Before christ and anno domini ( year of god ) * both are acceptable, but it"s also important to know both ways of writing it. * remember that years bef
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ART 250 Lecture 18: Early Christian Art (Continued), Medieval Art, and Romanesque Art

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27 Jul 2018
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Note the period and culture of every picture. Add in why you"re attracted to the piece, but keep it impersonal. If there"s a story attached to the piec
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