FSU ARH 3130 - ARH EXAM 1 NOTES (20 pages)

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Arh 3130 - Survey of Greek Art and Archaeology (3).

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Quiz 1 Review This tell us about life back then This tells us that the Minoans had a ritual practice involving bulls Tells complete story Gender yes but there is a debate Geometric Period Large vessels found near Dipylon Gate of the Kerameikos Cemetery were used as grave markers Stood on top of the graves and depicted funerary events in their decorations Mourners tearing hair out Charioteers bodies hidden behind shields Stylized horses Dipylon Painter most famous artist associated with these vessels type of artist Dipylon Amphora From Dipylon Cemetery Athens C 750 BCE Height 5ft 1 inc National Museum Athens Storage Vessel that has handles on two sides on the shoulder Belly handle vessel with repeated freezes patterns Prosthesis laying of the dead body on the funeral bier Depictions of children maybe family members Entirety of space filled with geometric patterns never have wide open space Krater Vessel big bowl on a stand built in used to mix wine and water Shows the status of the deceased depicting him as a warrior Huge 1 55m 4ft tall Chariot cart and warriors with shields Funerary precession to burial ground ekphora Burials connected with warriors o Armor for a heroic burial at Argos Bronze late 8 th c BCE o Bronze urn west gate cemetery Eretia island ERETRIA EUBOEA MAP LOCATION 800 750 BCE late geometric Early temple located under later Temple of Apollo Movement of religious out of rules house Architecture Horse shoe shaped Constructed of wood The Temple of Artemis At Ephesos At this and other sites a return to the megaron form for temples Elements of a Greek Sanctuary Temple and Alter for blood sacrifice Alter is outside not in the temple Sacrifice of bulls sheep and pigs animals the god does not get all the meat they prefer the smell of the fat around the thigh bones Meat gets redistributed to public through feast festival Primary function of the Temple image of the God and protected House of the God Used to store dedications A place to safeguard religiously



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