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Hellenistic Greece

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February 14, 2013
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Hellenistic Greece

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February 14, 2013
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  1. Art  of  the  Hellenis.c  World   Reading:   Stokstad,  141-­‐157.

        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.  
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  4. The  Canon  of  Lysippos  

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  10. Doric  Capitals   No  base   Triglyphs  and  Metopes  

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  37. Cri.cal  Thinking  Ques.ons   1.  How  do  the  Greeks  assert

     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”?