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Ancient Greece : 

Ancient Greece

Map : 

Map

Consumer Goods : 

Consumer Goods

Coins : 

Coins

Alphabet : 

Alphabet

Human Figure : 

Human Figure

Egyptian Art : 

Egyptian Art

Corinth : 

Corinth

Athens : 

Athens

Battle with Persians : 

Battle with Persians

Philip II : 

Philip II

Alexander “The Great” : 

Alexander “The Great”

Battle between Titans and Sky gods : 

Battle between Titans and Sky gods

Mt. Olympus : 

Mt. Olympus

Zeus : 

Zeus Thunder and lightening bolt Sacred – eagle and oak tree

Hera : 

Hera consort of Zeus mature woman cow and peacock

Poseidon : 

Poseidon holds a three-pronged spear horse

Hestia : 

Hestia sacred flame burns as the communal hearth

Demeter : 

Demeter Mother of Persephone Reason for seasons

Hades : 

Hades His helmet makes the wearer invisible

Apollo : 

Apollo brother of Artemis. Son of Zeus and Leto carries bow & arrows or sometimes a lyre dolphin and laurel

Ares : 

Ares vulture and dog

Aphrodite : 

Aphrodite myrtle, dove, sparrow and swan

Hephaestus : 

Hephaestus Lame, married to Aphrodite. Carries hammer, wears a blacksmith’s apron

Artemis : 

Artemis carries bow and arrows accompanied by hunting dogs deer and cypress

Athena : 

Athena Wears helmet, and carries shield owl and olive trees

Hermes : 

Hermes Wears winged sandals and hat Carried a caduceus

Persephone : 

Persephone Goddess of the underworld fertility

Dionysus : 

Dionysus Shown surrounded by grapevines and grape clusters Carries a wine cup His female followers are called maenads

Eros : 

Eros carries bow and arrows

Eos : 

Eos Goddess of the dawn

Pan : 

Pan half man/half goat Carries pan pipes

Nike : 

Nike Goddess of Victory

Geometric Period (900-700BCE) : 

Geometric Period (900-700BCE)

Orientalizing Period (700-600BCE) : 

Orientalizing Period (700-600BCE)

Archaic Period (600-480BCE) : 

Archaic Period (600-480BCE)

Early/Transitional Period (480-450BCE) : 

Early/Transitional Period (480-450BCE)

5th Century (450-to end of 5th century BCE) : 

5th Century (450-to end of 5th century BCE)

4th century Period (400-320BCE) : 

4th century Period (400-320BCE)

Hellenistic Period (320-31BCE) : 

Hellenistic Period (320-31BCE)

Architectural Orders : 

Architectural Orders

Doric : 

Doric

Ionic : 

Ionic

Corinthian : 

Corinthian

Basic Parts of a Column : 

Basic Parts of a Column

Geometric Period : 

Geometric Period

Geometric Period (900-700BCE) : 

Geometric Period (900-700BCE)

Proto-Geometric Example : 

Proto-Geometric Example

Diplyon Vase, 750BCE, Geometric : 

Diplyon Vase, 750BCE, Geometric

Detail : 

Detail

Orientalizing Period : 

Orientalizing Period

Orientalizing Period (700-600BCE) : 

Orientalizing Period (700-600BCE)

Olpe Example : 

Olpe Example

Archaic Period : 

Archaic Period

Archaic Period (600-480BCE) : 

Archaic Period (600-480BCE)

Vase Types : 

Vase Types

Archaic Sculpture Features : 

Archaic Sculpture Features “Archaic smile” Fully frontal Arms at side or engaged For men – one leg in front Heavy features Eyes open wide Ovid shaped head

Ergotimos (potter) and Kleitias (painter), Francois Vase, c.570, Archaic Period : 

Ergotimos (potter) and Kleitias (painter), Francois Vase, c.570, Archaic Period

Exekias, The Suicide of Ajax : 

Exekias, The Suicide of Ajax

NY Kourous, c.580, Archaic : 

NY Kourous, c.580, Archaic

Anavysos Kouros : 

Anavysos Kouros

Peplos Kore, c.530BCE, Archaic : 

Peplos Kore, c.530BCE, Archaic

Classical Period : 

Classical Period

Characteristics of Greek Classical Art : 

Characteristics of Greek Classical Art Humanism – “Man is the Measure of all things.” Rationalism – “Know thyself” Idealism – “Nothing in excess”

Early/Transitional Period (480-450BCE) : 

Early/Transitional Period (480-450BCE)

Kritian Boy (Kritios Boy), c.480BCe, Classical : 

Kritian Boy (Kritios Boy), c.480BCe, Classical

Contrapposto : 

Contrapposto

Comparison : 

Comparison

Riace Warrior, c.460-450BCE, Classical : 

Riace Warrior, c.460-450BCE, Classical

Conservation : 

Conservation

Myron, Discobolos (The Discus Thrower), c. 450BCE, Classical : 

Myron, Discobolos (The Discus Thrower), c. 450BCE, Classical

5th Century (450-400 BCE) : 

5th Century (450-400 BCE)

Pericles : 

Pericles

Athenian Agora : 

Athenian Agora Agora interactive site

The Acropolis : 

The Acropolis

Reconstruction : 

Reconstruction

Reconstruction detail : 

Reconstruction detail

Temple of Athena Nike : 

Temple of Athena Nike

Nike Adjusting her Sandal : 

Nike Adjusting her Sandal

The Erechtheion : 

The Erechtheion

Porch of the Maidens : 

Porch of the Maidens

Kallikrates and Iktinos, Parthenon, 447-438BCE, Classical : 

Kallikrates and Iktinos, Parthenon, 447-438BCE, Classical

Sculptural Decoration : 

Sculptural Decoration Triumph of Greek democracy Preeminence of Athens Enlightened Greeks

West Pediment : 

West Pediment

Sculptural decoration : 

Sculptural decoration

East Pediment complete : 

East Pediment complete

detail : 

detail

detail : 

detail

East Pediment : 

East Pediment

Cult statue of Athena : 

Cult statue of Athena

Lapith Fighting a Centaur : 

Lapith Fighting a Centaur

Frieze Reconstruction : 

Frieze Reconstruction

Horsemen : 

Horsemen

Marshals and Young Women : 

Marshals and Young Women

Reconstruction : 

Reconstruction

Polykleitos, Doryphorous (Spear Bearer), c. 450-440BCE, Classical, Roman Copy : 

Polykleitos, Doryphorous (Spear Bearer), c. 450-440BCE, Classical, Roman Copy

Comparison : 

Comparison

4th century Period (400-320BCE) : 

4th century Period (400-320BCE)

Hermes and infant Dionysos : 

Hermes and infant Dionysos

Praxiteles, Aphrodite of Knidos, c.350, Classical, Roman copy : 

Praxiteles, Aphrodite of Knidos, c.350, Classical, Roman copy

Lysippos, The Scraper : 

Lysippos, The Scraper

Abduction of Persephone : 

Abduction of Persephone

Alexander the Great Confronts Darius III at the Battle of Issos, c.310BCE, Classical : 

Alexander the Great Confronts Darius III at the Battle of Issos, c.310BCE, Classical

Detail : 

Detail

Hellenistic Period 320-31BCE : 

Hellenistic Period 320-31BCE Emotion & Movement Individual and specific Personal feeling associated with the art Two Trends Classical Anti-Classical

Alexander’s Empire : 

Alexander’s Empire

Chieftan and his wife, Mother and Child, and Dying Gaul Trumpeter : 

Chieftan and his wife, Mother and Child, and Dying Gaul Trumpeter

Dying Gallic Trumpeter, c.220BCE, Hellenistic (Roman Copy) : 

Dying Gallic Trumpeter, c.220BCE, Hellenistic (Roman Copy)

Hagesandros, Polydoros, Athanadoros of Rhodes, Laocoön and His Sons, 1st century BCE Hellenistic : 

Hagesandros, Polydoros, Athanadoros of Rhodes, Laocoön and His Sons, 1st century BCE Hellenistic

Laocoön and His Sons : 

Laocoön and His Sons

Nike of Samothrace, c.190BCE, Hellenistic : 

Nike of Samothrace, c.190BCE, Hellenistic

Aphrodite of Melos (Venus de Milo), c150BCE, Hellenistic : 

Aphrodite of Melos (Venus de Milo), c150BCE, Hellenistic

Comparison : 

Comparison

Aphrodite of Melos : 

Aphrodite of Melos

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