prehistoric, ancient art and egyptian, classical, and medieval art senior exam 2012 visual art one

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  • Prehistoric, Ancient Art and Egyptian, Classical, and Medieval Art Senior Exam 2012 Visual Art one
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  • This is an example of Gothic Architecture.
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  • This is an Example of Roman mosaics.
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  • This is the Rose Window.
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  • This is an example of art work from the classical period.
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  • This is an example of Hellenistic sculpture.
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  • This is red figure pottery.
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  • This is the Parthenon.
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  • This is an example of a groin vault.
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  • This is the Collusieum.
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  • This is a bust of Constantine.
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  • Answer any 4 Where were the first recorded laws written up? By Whom? List 3 characteristics of Paleolithic times. List 3 characteristics of Neolithic times. Define ziggurats.
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  • Match the item in the left column with the correct description in the right column. 1.Lintel 2.Capital 3.Shaft 4.Stylobate 5.Entablature 6.Column 7.Colonnade 8.Pediment 9.Cornice 10.Raking cornice a.A sloping element that slants above the horizontal cornice b.A horizontal element above the frieze c.A cross-beam supported by columns d.The top element of a column e.The main weight-bearing portion of a column f.The top step of the 3-step platform g.The triangular section framed by the cornice and the raking cornice] h.An upright post used to bear weight i.The upper portion of a temple, consisting of the lintel, frieze, and cornice j.The part of the structure formed by a line of columns
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  • Lesson Quiz 8-2 True or False 1.The kouros is noted for its sense of movement. 2.Myron created the Discus Thrower in the early Archaic Period. 3.Hellenistic sculptors created carefully carved wooden figures. 4.The dying Gaul shows emotion in the Hellenistic style. 5.Most of the surviving Greek sculptures are Roman copies of original works. Write the word that belongs in the blank. 6.The Hera of Samos displays a ___________________ pose. 7.______________ created the original statue of Athena at the Parthenon. 8.____________is an example of relief sculpture from the Parthenon. 9.Polyclytuss spear Bearer is shown in a pose called _______________. 10.Greek sculptors perfected their skills in creating works with __________, _________________, and a sense of movement. balance stiff Procession of Horsemen Proportion contrapposto Phidias
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  • Study Sheet Define the following words, and/or answer the questions. pharaoh dynasty List the 3 major periods of Egyptian history. sarcophagus mastaba obelisk hieroglyphics Ra Ka Seradab
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  • Study Sheet What were the primary functions of art in Ancient Egyptian Society? What characteristics distinguish Egyptian Art? Why did the Egyptian style of art remain the same for thousands of years? What two creatures are exhibited on the headdress of the Pharaoh and what do they symbolize? What is the Rosetta stone and why is it important? How are Neolithic and Egyptian art similar?
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  • Rosetta stone Egyptian is one of the oldest languages in the world. It has 5,000 more gears of recorded history than any other human language. During the Middle ages it was replaced by Arabic It is a dead language. There are 4 forms of writing Egyptians used: Hieroglyphics, Hieratic, Demotic, and Coptic. The Rosetta Stone was a fundamental part of deciphering hieroglyphics today There were three languages represented: on top, Egyptian Hieroglyphic, in the middle, Demotic, and on the bottom, Greek
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  • Word bank Venus of Willendorf Menhir Ziggurat Cave painting at Lascaux France Dolman Stele of Hammurabi


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