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    CHAPTER 5: GREECE Ancient Mediterranean (Ancient Greece)

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    HISTORICAL CONTEXT STYLISTIC CHARACTERISTICS: MISC. INFORMATION

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    Identifiers: Athenian agora. Archaic through Hellenistic Greek. 600 B.C.E.–150 C.E. Plan. Vocab associated with work:

    Content Area Art Historical Period: Ancient Mediterranean (Ancient Greece)

    Form: Elements & Principles of Art Function: Themes??: Natural World; Individual and Society; Human Body; Knowledge & Belief; Conflict/Harmony; Life Cycles; Converging Cultures; Inner Visions; Display; Private/Public; Domestic Life; Test and Image; History/Memory; Performance; Identity; Urban Experience; Power Context: Subject Matter: Religious Historical Mythological Literary Genre (Daily Life) Portraiture Landscape Non-Object Content: Possible Connections with other works in the Required Works List Content Area Title Themes Connections Ideas:

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    Identifiers: Anavysos Kouros. Archaic Greek.
c. 530 B.C.E. Marble with remnants of paint. Vocab associated with work:

    Content Area Art Historical Period: Ancient Mediterranean (Ancient Greece - Archaic) Form: Elements & Principles of Art Function:

    Themes??: Natural World; Individual and Society; Human Body; Knowledge & Belief; Conflict/Harmony; Life Cycles; Converging Cultures; Inner Visions; Display; Private/Public; Domestic Life; Test and Image; History/Memory; Performance; Identity; Urban Experience; Power Context: Subject Matter: Religious Historical Mythological Literary Genre (Daily Life) Portraiture Landscape Non-Object Content: Possible Connections with other works in the Required Works List Content Area Title Themes Connections Ideas:

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    Identifiers: Peplos Kore from the Acropolis. Archaic Greek. c. 530 B.C.E. Marble, painted details. Vocab associated with work:

    Content Area Art Historical Period: Ancient Mediterranean (Ancient Greece-Archaic) Form: Elements & Principles of Art Function:

    Themes??: Natural World; Individual and Society; Human Body; Knowledge & Belief; Conflict/Harmony; Life Cycles; Converging Cultures; Inner Visions; Display; Private/Public; Domestic Life; Test and Image; History/Memory; Performance; Identity; Urban Experience; Power Context: Subject Matter: Religious Historical Mythological Literary Genre (Daily Life) Portraiture Landscape Non-Object Content: Possible Connections with other works in the Required Works List Content Area Title Themes Connections Ideas:

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    Identifiers: Doryphoros (Spear Bearer). Polykleitos. Original 450–440 B.C.E. Roman copy (marble) of Greek original (bronze). Vocab associated with work:

    Content Area Art Historical Period: Ancient Mediterranean (Ancient Greece- classical) Form: Elements & Principles of Art

    Function: Themes??: Natural World; Individual and Society; Human Body; Knowledge & Belief; Conflict/Harmony; Life Cycles; Converging Cultures; Inner Visions; Display; Private/Public; Domestic Life; Test and Image; History/Memory; Performance; Identity; Urban Experience; Power Context: Subject Matter: Religious Historical Mythological Literary Genre (Daily Life) Portraiture Landscape Non-Object Content: Possible Connections with other works in the Required Works List Content Area Title Themes Connections Ideas:

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    Identifiers: Acropolis. Athens, Greece. Iktinos and Kallikrates. c. 447–424 B.C.E. Marble. Vocab associated with work:

    Parthenon Plaque of the Ergastines

    Helios, horses, and Dionysus (Hercules?)

    Acropolis plan

    Content Area: Art Historical Period: Ancient Mediterranean (Ancient Greece- classical)

    Form: Elements & Principles of Art Function: Themes??: Natural World; Individual and Society; Human Body; Knowledge & Belief; Conflict/Harmony; Life Cycles; Converging Cultures; Inner Visions; Display; Private/Public; Domestic Life; Test and Image; History/Memory; Performance; Identity; Urban Experience; Power Context: Subject Matter: Religious Historical Mythological Literary Genre (Daily Life) Portraiture Landscape Non-Object Content: Possible Connections with other works in the Required Works List Content Area Title Themes Connections Ideas:

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    Identifiers: Acropolis. Athens, Greece. Iktinos and Kallikrates. c. 447–424 B.C.E. Marble. Vocab associated with work: Temple of Athena Nike Victory adjusting her sandal

    Content Area Art Historical Period: Ancient Mediterranean (Ancient Greece- classical) Form: Elements & Principles of Art

    Function: Themes??: Natural World; Individual and Society; Human Body; Knowledge & Belief; Conflict/Harmony; Life Cycles; Converging Cultures; Inner Visions; Display; Private/Public; Domestic Life; Test and Image; History/Memory; Performance; Identity; Urban Experience; Power Context: Subject Matter: Religious Historical Mythological Literary Genre (Daily Life) Portraiture Landscape Non-Object Content: Possible Connections with other works in the Required Works List Content Area Title Themes Connections Ideas:

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    Identifiers: Grave stele of Hegeso. Attributed to Kallimachos. c. 410 B.C.E. Marble and paint. Vocab associated with work:

    Content Area Art Historical Period: Ancient Mediterranean (Ancient Greece- classical) Form: Elements & Principles of Art Function: Themes??: Natural World; Individual and Society; Human Body; Knowledge & Belief;

    Conflict/Harmony; Life Cycles; Converging Cultures; Inner Visions; Display; Private/Public; Domestic Life; Test and Image; History/Memory; Performance; Identity; Urban Experience; Power Context: Subject Matter: Religious Historical Mythological Literary Genre (Daily Life) Portraiture Landscape Non-Object Content: Possible Connections with other works in the Required Works List Content Area Title Themes Connections Ideas:

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    Identifiers: Niobides Krater. Anonymous vase painter of Classical Greece known as the
Niobid Painter. c. 460– 450 B.C.E. Clay, red-figure technique (white highlights). Vocab associated with work:

    Content Area Art Historical Period: Ancient Mediterranean (Ancient Greece- classical) Form: Elements & Principles of Art

    Function: Themes??: Natural World; Individual and Society; Human Body; Knowledge & Belief; Conflict/Harmony; Life Cycles; Converging Cultures; Inner Visions; Display; Private/Public; Domestic Life; Test and Image; History/Memory; Performance; Identity; Urban Experience; Power Context: Subject Matter: Religious Historical Mythological Literary Genre (Daily Life) Portraiture Landscape Non-Object Content: Possible Connections with other works in the Required Works List Content Area Title Themes Connections Ideas:

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    Identifiers: Great Altar of Zeus and Athena at Pergamon. Asia Minor (present-day Turkey). Hellenistic Greek. c. 175 B.C.E. Marble (architecture and sculpture). Vocab associated with work:

    Great Altar of Zeus and Athena Athena

    Great Altar of Zeus and Athena Plan Content Area: Art Historical Period: Ancient Mediterranean (Ancient Greece-Hellenistic)

    Form: Elements & Principles of Art Function: Themes??: Natural World; Individual and Society; Human Body; Knowledge & Belief; Conflict/Harmony; Life Cycles; Converging Cultures; Inner Visions; Display; Private/Public; Domestic Life; Test and Image; History/Memory; Performance; Identity; Urban Experience; Power Context: Subject Matter: Religious Historical Mythological Literary Genre (Daily Life) Portraiture Landscape Non-Object Content: Possible Connections with other works in the Required Works List Content Area Title Themes Connections Ideas:

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    Identifiers: Winged Victory of Samothrace. Hellenistic Greek. c. 190 B.C.E. Marble. Vocab associated with work:

    Content Area Art Historical Period: Ancient Mediterranean (Ancient Greece- Hellenistic) Form: Elements & Principles of Art

    Function: Themes??: Natural World; Individual and Society; Human Body; Knowledge & Belief; Conflict/Harmony; Life Cycles; Converging Cultures; Inner Visions; Display; Private/Public; Domestic Life; Test and Image; History/Memory; Performance; Identity; Urban Experience; Power Context: Subject