Range: 323-‐31 BCE Late Classical | Hellenis5c Terms/Concepts: dynamism, theatricality, gigantomachy, expressionism, canon of propor.ons, torc, “baroque,” Ptolemy, Ptolemaic, Lysippan, Monument List: 5-‐56, Alexander the Great Confronts Darius III at the BaOle of Issos, Roman mosaic aQer Greek original, Late Classical, c. 310 BCE. 5-‐65, Nike of Samothrace, Sanctuary of the Great Gods, Samothrace, Hellenis.c, c. 180 BCE 5-‐63, Athena aOacking the Giants, Great Altar at Pergamon, Turkey, Hellenis.c, 175-‐150 BCE. 5-‐60, Epignos (?), Dying Gallic Trumpeter, Hellenis.c, 220 BCE.
their ruler among the Egyp.ans. 2. How are the scenes of conﬂict diﬀerent in the Hellenis.c world than they were on classical monuments like the Parthenon? 3. What elements of Hellenis.c art may be considered “expressive” or “theatrical”?