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1Chapter 3 – Pharaohs and the Afterlife: The Art of Ancient Egypt AP Art HistoryChapter 3 –Pharaohs and the Afterlife:The Art of Ancient Egypt
2Chronology: 3500 – 30 BCE 1640-1550 BCE. - Second Intermediate 2920 BCE. – Predynastic:Union of Upper and Lower Egypt,ca BCE.BCE. – Early Dynastic:Dynasties I-IIIImhotep, first recorded name of anartist, ca BCE.BCE. – Old Kingdom:Dynasties IV-VIIISneferu, 1st Pharaoh of the OldKingdom: r BCE.Khufu, Khafre, and Menkaure:builders of the Great Pyramids,ca BCE.BCE. – First IntermediatePeriodBCE – Middle Kingdom:Dynasties XI-XIVReunification of Egypt underMentuhotep II, 2040 BCE.BCE. - Second IntermediatePeriodBCE. – New Kingdom:Dynasties XVII – XXAhmose I defeats the Hykos, 1550 BCE.Hatshepsut: r BCE.Akhenaton and the Amarna Period,BCE.Ramses II: r BCE.BCE. – Third IntermediateBCE. –Late Period:Dynasties XXV-XXXIPersia conquers EgyptBCE – Greek:PtolemaicAlexander the Great Conquers Persiaand Egypt, 332 BCE.Ptolemy I: r BCE.30 BCE. – RomanEgypt becomes a Roman province
13Model of the pyramid complex at Gizeh Pyramid ofKhafrePyramid of MenkaurePyramid of KhufuMortuary temple ofKhafreCausewayPyramids of theroyal family andmastabas of noblesGreat SphinxValley temple ofKhafreModel of the pyramid complex at Gizeh
14Great Sphinx (with Pyramid of Khafre in left background) Giza, EgyptDynasty IV – ca BCE.
42In what way is the block statue of Senusret with Princess Nefrua (Fig related to the figure of Khafre (Fig. 3-12), both stylistically and in terms offunction?(Fig. 3-29)(Fig. 3-12)
43What was the function of each? Compare ther Egyptian Pyramid of Djoser (Fig. 3-4), with the White Templeand ziggurat, Uruk (Fig. 2-1). In what ways are they similar? How do they differ?What was the function of each?(Fig. 3-4) (Fig. 2-1)
44What do the Great Pyramids of Gizeh (Figs What do the Great Pyramids of Gizeh (Figs ), and the palace ofPersepolis (Fig. 2-26), say about the major concerns of the men and the societies thatcommissioned them?(Fig. 3-8) (Fig. 2-26)