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Ancient Roman Art & Architecture
Etruscan Temple Model
Tomb of the Reliefs at Cerveteri
Sarcophagus from Cerveteri, c.520BCE, Etruscan
She-Wolf, c.500BCE, Etruscan/Roman
Roman Empire Map of the Roman Empire Interactive
Pont du Gard
Groin Vault/Cross Vault
Roman Construction Techniques
Republican Rome & the Augustan Periods
Roman Ancestor Busts
Head of a Roman Patrician
Taking of the Roman Census
Augustus of Primaporta, Early 1st century CE, Roman
Augustus of Primaporta
Mars of Todi
Equestrian statue of Marcus Aurelius, c.176 CE, Roman
Ara Pacis, 13-9BCE, Roman
Column of Trajan, 113-117CE, Roman
Trajan welcoming his soldiers
Colosseum, 72-80 CE, Rome
Vespasian & Titus
Architecture Behind It
Pantheon, 125-8CE, Roman
Plan of Pantheon
Plan of Pantheon
Arch of Titus
Egg and Dart Motif
Young Flavian Woman
Middle Aged Flavian Woman
Mosaics & Paintings
The Un-swept Floor
First Style or Masonry Style imitated the appearance of marble panels
Second Style or Architectural Style creates a three dimensional world on the flat walls.
Third Style or Ornate Style A wall treated as a flat surface then divided by decorative horizontal and vertical bands with occasional pictures painted in decorative frames as if hung on the wall
Fourth Style or Intricate Style Combines all of the other styles
Romans and the Barbarians
The Tetrarchs, c.300CE, Roman
Battle of the Milvian Bridge
Etruscan: BCE Republic Rome: BCE Imperial Rome: 27 BCE- 337 CE.
Roman Art, 1: Republic Stokstad, Chapter 6. Republic period 6-10 Head of a Man, c. 300 BCE, Bronze, eyes of painted ivory (H: 31.8 cm.) 6-14 Santuary.
REVIEW EXAM II ROMAN ART. Republic period 6-10 Head of a Man, c. 300 BCE, Bronze, eyes of painted ivory (H: 31.8 cm.) 6-14 Santuary of Fortuna Primigenia,
She Wolf, 33” high Bronze, considered Etruscan Wolf was cast BCE (2006 study of the She Wolf shows that the bronze sculpture was cast during the.
The Etruscans, Archaic Italy Vocabulary Etruscan Terracotta Tufa Haruspex Acroteria Cella/cellae Tumulus Trempe l’oeil.
Roman Art 700BCE-395CE Example of Aqueduct She-Wolf.
Ancient Etruscan & Roman Art & Architecture.
Jeopardy Emperors Sculpture & Painting Important Structures Etruscans Miscellaneous Final Jeopardy.
Content Area 2 Ancient Mediterranean CE Etruscan (3 works); Rome (8 works)
10 th c. BCE – 410 CE. Shows a number of ancient influences Etruscans live in Italy before arrival of the Romans Heavily influenced Romans, language &
Ancient Rome ART KEY IDEAS: ROMAN ART SHOWS THE AMBITIONS OF A POWERFUL EMPIRE ROMAN ARCHITECTURE SHOWED ADVANCED UNDERSTANDING IN ENGINEERING THROUGH.
Hatshepsut as Sphinx, Dynasty 18, c BCE How does Hatshepsut authorize her power (through this visual representation of herself)? Hatshepsut.
Roman Art, 4: Empire Stokstad, Ch. 6. Empire 6-38 Forum of Trajan, Rome (Apollodorous, architect): 6-39 Basilica Ulpia (113 CE) 6-58 Column of Trajan:
REVIEW time!. Pont-du-Gard Aqueduct, Nimes, France 19 B.C. EARLY EMPIRE ROMAN.
Art and architecture of the Roman Empire. List of set works: -Theatre at Lepcis Magna -Maison Carrée at Nîmes -Temple of Bacchus at Baalbek -Pantheon.
Art of Ancient Rome. Roman History Timeline Early History – 1000 BCE Latin speaking tribes in Italy – 8 th C BCE Rome Founded (Etruscans in the North,
Roman Art 700 b.c.e to 300 c.e.. Characteristics of Roman Art and Architecture Images of power/ leadership (veni, vidi, vici – I came, I saw, I conquered)
Three Important Elements of Successful Roman Architecture:
Characteristics Romans were famous for creating public spaces Amphitheatres, race tracks, forums, monuments, temples, and baths During the late Republic.
Ancient Rome Cloze review By: Omar Khan and Evyn Sewing.
The Roman Period. Etruscans BCE Roman Republic— BCE (military successes bred more) Roman Empire—30 BCE-180 CE Roman History and its Precursor.
Apulu (Apollo of Veii) Master Sculptor Vulca?
Novios Plautios THE FICORONI CISTA BCE
The Etruscans BCE.
Ancient Rome Hist 121: Western Civilization I Clayton Miles Lehmann.
The Buildings of the World’s Most Powerful Empire
The Etruscans Unit 6.
*Periods in Ancient Roman Art Republic BCE to 27 BCE Early Empire - 27 BCE to 96 CE High Empire - 96 CE to 192 CE Late Empire to 337 CE.
Portrait of a husband and wife (Pompeii), c CE marriage portrait in an exedra/ stylus and scroll as attributes of marriage and references to status.
Early Empire. Augustus of Prima Porta, c BC Time of prosperity Pax Romano – 200 yrs. of peace Building projects Art & Architecture molds & influence.
For: Mr. Bausback. Model of Rome Does this look familiar?
ROMAN SCULPTURE Karla Williams – AP Art History.
Roman Architecture and Art Mr. Nikolov. 1. Roman Architecture The Roman architecture is utilitarian, practical, because the Romans are pragmatic in spirit.
AHIS Final Review. Dying Gaul, Roman copy of bronze original from Pergamon, c. 220 BCE.
Ms. Susan M. Pojer Horace Greeley HS Chappaqua, NY.
MONUMENTAL AND PORTRAIT SCULPTURE By: Madison Cleff, Ashton Broussard, Anjali Mangrola and Hayley Young.
Ms. Susan M. Pojer Horace Greeley HS Chappaqua, NY
Jeopardy $100 PaintingSculpture Architecture (Elements) Architecture (Buildings) Miscellaneous $200 $300 $400 $500 $400 $300 $200 $100 $500 $400 $300 $200.
The Roman Cloze Review By Emily and Erin. The i________ collects water in the House of the V____. The old age of the H_____ of a R______ P_______ shows.
Arch of constantine,Rome,Roman:Late Empire, CE;view of North and east side Remaining portions of the Colossal statue of Constantine, from the Basilica.
GREEK AND ROMAN ART ROMAN ART. Roman city-state- first beginnings 8 th century BC Expanded control in every direction Laws, religion, customs, organization.
Ancient Roman Cloze Review Reed Margiotta and Sahir Surani.
Chapter Four: The Roman Legacy
Roman Art And Architecture High Empire and Late Empire.
Etruscans c BCE (around the end of the Bronze Age in Europe) a group called the Villanovans occupied the North West peninsula of modern Italy c.
Urban Life and Imperial Majesty
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