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Cycladic art was made in the ____.
Cycladic figurines were found in ____.
Minoan columns are distinguished by ____.
Minoan art and architecture was created in the
Which term best describes Minoan palaces?
What features of the architecture of the palace at Knossos are thought to have given rise to the Greek myth of the labyrinth?
What does Minoan art and architecture reveal about life on Knossos?
Explain how corbeled vaults and corbeled domes are created.
Compare and contrast Minoan and Mycenaean architecture.
How did Greek artists revive the art of storytelling?
Evaluate the difference between the early Greek Archaic kouros figures and their Egyptian prototype.
Throughout the Parthenon there are pronounced deviations from the strictly vertical and horizontal lines, the basis of all Greek post-and-lintel structures. Explain why the Greek architects constructed the building this way.
Identify the Ionic and Doric elements in the Parthenon.
Assess the significance of the grave stele of Hegeso.
How did Hellenistic sculptors treat the representation of human emotion differently than their Classical counterparts?
One of these temples is Archaic, and the other is Classical. Identify them, describe their architecture, and account for the similarities and differences that can be seen.
Describe the features of each work and how are they different. Then explain how they reflect the artistic and social interests of their time.
How is this work representative of its period? How is it innovative?
In what way does this figure mark a turning point in the depiction of the human figure?
How does this sculptural work reflect the age in which it was created?
What does this monument reveal about ancient Greek society and gender roles?
What is the function of this building? How does its form relate to its function?
Describe the differences in style between these two reliefs.
Attribute the images on the screen to a culture and give an approximate date. Give the reasons for your attributions, using complete sentences and referring to specific works discussed in class.
Minoan painting introduced the first ____.
Why do some scholars believe the Snake Goddess is a deity?
Mycenaean culture flourished around ____.
Mycenaean masonry is called Cyclopean because of its ____.
The relieving triangle above the Lion Gate at Mycenae was caused by the ____.
The Mycenaean funerary mask was one of the first attempts at ____ by Greek artists.
Which term does NOT apply to the Lady of Auxerre?
The so-called Archaic smile likely signified ____.
Greek temples reveal the influence of ____.
Which part of the Greek temple contained sculpture?
By the end of the Archaic period, Greek artists began to experiment with depicting ____.
The Classical period of Greek art began around ____.
Which sculpture employs contrapposto?
Which Athenian politician reconstructed the Athenian Acropolis?
In addition to honoring the goddess Athena, the Parthenon was also meant to celebrate:
Which material is not used for hollow-cast sculpture?
Polykleitos used the sculpture known as Doryphoros to demonstrate ____.
Unlike their Early Classical predecessors, Late Classical artists focused on ____.
Hellenistic art and architecture began to be produced in ____.
The Altar of Zeus celebrates the ____.
Unlike Classical sculptors, Hellenistic artists created ____.
Which work belongs to the Hellenistic period?
What did Roman patrons demand from Greek artists?