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Paleolithic artists produced many ____ figurines.
Which of the following describes the Venus of Willendorf?
Paleolithic artists usually represented animals in ____.
Paleolithic animal paintings could not be described as ____.
Paleolithic paintings are generally found ____.
Explain the importance of humans and animal representation during the Paleolithic period.
Discuss the importance of the Paleolithic female figures.
Explain the significance of the Neolithic period and its art and architecture.
Evaluate the difference between the art and architecture of the Paleolithic and Neolithic periods.
How is the Akkadians concept of royal power illustrated in their art?
How does the Palette of Narmer describe the unification of ancient Egypt?
Discuss the development of ancient Egyptian tomb architecture. Use examples to support your essay.
How does the portrait of Khafre seated on his throne represent the godlike nature of pharaoh?
What was the canon that was so profoundly important to ancient Egyptian art?
Why is the Egyptian invention of a clerestory significant?
What is one of the suggested functions of this figure?
How does this image represent the divine status of the king?
Discuss the historical importance of this work and explain the scenes represented.
How do these two figures reflect the political and religious climates of their times?
How are the structures of these two buildings similar, and what architectural features distinguish them? How were the structural differences related to the function of the buildings?
Attribute the images on the screen to a culture and give an approximate date. Explain your attributions, using complete sentences and referring to specific works discussed in class.
The most significant transformation of the human condition in the Neolithic period was a result of the ____.
Neolithic art and architecture responded to the needs of ____.
The building system seen at Stonehenge is called ____.
The Human figure from Ain Ghazal is located in ____.
Which object represents the beginning of monumental sculpture in the ancient world?
The stylistic conventions of rigidly frontal symmetry, abnormally large eyes, and tightly clasped hands are most characteristic of the early art of ____.
The artist of The Standard of Ur from Ancient Sumer distinguishes the importance of figures in the composition through the use of:
Which object is said to balance naturalism and abstract patterning?
Stele of Hammurabi presents the ruler's famous ____.
____ is an artistic device for suggesting depth.
The winged, man-headed bull of Assyrian art is the ____.
Ishtar Gate, with its relief decorations of a dragon, lion and bull, comes from the city of:
Persian relief sculpture is more ____ than Assyrian reliefs.
Egyptian art has been said to express ____.
The Palette of King Narmer illustrates ____.
Most surviving Egyptian art and architecture is ____.
Which object commemorated the unification of Egypt?