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Ajax Shannon Sullivan and Christina Durante “Even his shield makes war: and arms, for his arms, are raised.” –Ovid Book XII
Antimenes Painter Attic Black-figure vessel, c BCE Muee du Louvre, Paris, France Ajax carrying the body of Achilles
Douris Painter Red-figure cup, c BCE Kunsthistorisches Museum Agamemnon attempts to separate and hold back Ajax and Ulysses as they are competing for the armor of Achilles.
Douris Painter Red-figure cup, c BCE Kunsthistorisches Museum Athena is portrayed in the middle as Ulysses (right) and Ajax (second left) cast lots for the arms of Achilles.
Virgil Solis German Woodcut from the sixteenth century Now found in Vienna Argument between Ajax and Ulysses for Achilles armor
Exekias Attica-Black Figure vase 540 B.C.E. Can be found in Attike Greece Ajax prepares to kill himself on Hector’s sword
Etruscan bronze statue, c. 6 th century BC Museo archeologico di Firenze Ajax “Unconquered” falls on his sword after losing to Ulysses in the debate to receive the armor of Achilles
Antonio Tempesta (Italian, ) 17 th century etching Fine Arts Museum of San Francisco The Death of Ajax
“The Suicide of Ajax the Great” Etrurian red-figure calyx-krater, c BCE British Museum “…the bloodstained ground bore a purple flower from the green turf…”
Dioscuri (Castor and Polydeuces ) Attic black-figured neck amphora (ca BCE). Univ. of Mississippi Museum (Perseus Project).
Clark Hilliard Alex Townsend. Antonio Canova Rome, Italy Marble The Metropolitan Museum.
Greek Art and Archaeology Lecture 13: Black and Red Figure Pottery.
More Trojan War Scenes. Peleus and Thetis Wrestling Attic red figure kylix, by Peithinos (ca. 500 BCE). Berlin, Antikenmuseen (Perseus Project).
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Greek Vase Painting. Vase Shapes hydra used for water “bell” krater used for mixing amphora used for wine.
Museum: Paris, Louvre Found in Orvieto Italy Size: 55cm. (calyx-crater) Function: mixing bowl for water & winecalyx-crater Technique: red-figure.
The Peloponnese. Pelops and Oenomaus Attic red figure bell krater (ca. 380 BCE). Naples, Museo Archeologico Nazionale (Perseus Project)
Greek Vase Painting Geometric/Orientalizing Review Black-figure Red – figure White - ground.
Greek Pottery Greek VasesGreek Vases / Pottery Types PeriodsPottery TypesPeriods.
Greek Art & architecture. Standing Youth (kouros) 600 bc Metropolitan Museum of art nyc.
By: Natalie Diehl, Erik Ronning, Kathryn Addonizio.
Classical Mythology The Trojan War and Walcott’s Omeros.
Shape: a geometric or organic area contained within an implied line that has length and width. (2-D) Form: a 3-D enclosed area or object.
Odysseus and the Cyclops (Polyphemus). Plot Odysseus and his men arrive at cave Make themselves at home Arrival of Cyclops (Xenia: Guest vs. Host) Cyclops.
Classical Mythology Perseus and the Argonauts. Boxers, judge, observer. Panathenaic amphora attributed to the Cleophrades painter, early V. Paris, Louvre.
Greek Art, Part I Geometric, 8 th century BCE Orientalizing, 7 th century BCE Archaic, 6 th century BCE.
APOLLO: Background, Mythology and Images Angie M. Kenna H260: Religious Foundations of Athenian Institutions January 30, 2001.
Timetable of Early Greek History Sketch of Early Greece and the Aegean Stone Age Paleolithic Period (before 70,000 B. C.) Neolithic Period (ca
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 Trojan War Achilles and Ajax. Credit: Beazley Archive, Museum: Vatican City Size: 61cm. (amphora, signed by Exekias as both maker and painter) Function:
Figure 5.1. Detail of Attic red-figure cup by Epictetus (c. 510 BC) showing the Athenian hero Theseus killing the bull-headed Minotaur, who here wields.
Archaistic relief showing five divinities: Zeus, Hera, Athena, Aphrodite, and Apollo Roman, 25 B.C.- A.D. 14 (Yale University Art Gallery)
Kouros, marble, 6 ft. 4 in., c. 600 BCE (Metropolitan Museum) Peplos Kore, marble, 4 ft., c. 530 BCE (Acropolis Museum)
Jeopardy $100 Greek PotteryTechniques Then and Now Everyday Life Potpourri $200 $300 $400 $500 $400 $300 $200 $100 $500 $400 $300 $200 $100 $500 $400.
Hercules American Roman Italian RenaissanceEtruscan Greek.
The Labyrinth as Katabasis = Descent into the Underworld The Labyrinth Descent into the Underworld.
Homer. Important Terms Hero Epic Heroic PoetryHeroic Poetry Iliad Odyssey.
Apollo and Coronis. Seated Apollo pours the libation from a bowl, Left a raven, c. 480 BC., Delphi Museum 8140, Pistoxenos Painter?
Seduction and Rape. EOS & KEPHALOS Museum Collection: The J Paul Getty Museum, Malibu, California, USA Catalogue Number: Malibu 84.AE.569 Beazley Archive.
The Art of Ancient Greece c BCE. MapofAncientGreece.
Чёрный Black Negro black negro чёрный Kazimir Malevich, Black Square, 1913, Oil on Canvas, State Russian Museum, St.Petersburg.
Perseus. Danaë, Perseus in the chest; Acrisius sending them away Providence Painter, Attic red-figured lekythos (c BC).Toledo Museum of Art (Perseus.
Chapter 20 Lecture Two of Two ©2012 Pearson Education Inc.
Death in Ancient Greece CLAS-E 128: Death and the Afterlife in the Ancient World Harvard Extension School Fall 2007.
The Trojan War. The Apple of Discord Marriage ceremony The goddess of discord didn’t get invited At the wedding, she threw a golden apple on the table.
Greek Pottery Categories: – Stone Age 6000 B.C. Geometric and simple styles and colors – Early Bronze Age Pottery wheel – Late Bronze Age More elaborate.
GREEK POTTERY AND THEIR FUNCTIONS. DRAW 6 VASES AND LIST THEIR FUNCTIONS:
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Medea: Wronged Woman vs. Monster?. Medea in Greek Myth as Witch as Barbarian as Helper MedeaMedea. 1st c. CE Roman copy of a 1st c. BC Greek wall painting.
Greek Archaic Period BC Part 1: Orientalizing Pottery BC.
Herakles (Heracles) Hercle Hercules American Roman Italian RenaissanceEtruscan Greek.
THE TROJAN WAR, PART THREE: APPEASING DIANA. Remember: Paris, a prince of Troy, has taken Helen, the wife of Menelaus, king of Sparta. All of Greece has.
Peplos Kore from the Acropolis, Athens, Greece ca. 530 B.C.E. marble 48 in. high.
Warrior goddess The Cult Statue at Athens.
Greek Pottery Categories: – Stone Age – Early Bronze Age – Late Bronze Age – Sub-Mycenean (Dark Age) History.
Figure 3.1. Greek colonization: 750–500 BC.. Figure 3.2. Limestone gorgon pediment from the temple of Artemis on Corcyra (c. 580 BC). Maximum height 9.25.
The Archaic Period 620 to 490/80 BCE. Temple Architecture – use book 1.stylobate 2.fluting 3.capital 4.volute 5.Doric order 6.Ionic order 7.pediment 8.frieze.
Daedalus and Icarus By Nick Raes Sam Mackey. Bronze Sculpture of Daedalus 3 rd Century C.E. Found in Macedonia.
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