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  • The Hellenistic World

  • Hellenic vs. Hellenistic ArtHellenic vs. Hellenistic Art

  • Nike of Samothrace

    from Samothrace, Greece ca. 190 B.C.E. marble 97 in. high

  • Alexandros of Antioch-on-the- Meander

    Aphrodite from Milos (Venus de Milo) ca. 150-125 B.C.E. marble

  • Alexandros of Antioch-on-the- Meander

    Aphrodite from Milos (Venus de Milo) ca. 150-125 B.C.E. marble

  • Aphrodite, Eros and Pan

    from Delos, Greece ca. 100 B.C.E. marble 52 in. high

  • Sleeping Satyr (Barberini Faun) ca. 230-200 B.C.E. marble 85 in. high

  • Old Market Woman ca. 150-100 B.C.E. marble 54 in. high

  • Polyeuktos

    Demosthenes ca. 280 B.C.E. Roman marble copy of a bronze original 79 1/2 in. high

  • Athanadoros, Hagesandros, and Polydoros of Rhodes

    Laocoön and his sons 1st century C.E. marble 94 1/2 in. high

  • Library at Alexandria (333 B.C.E.)Library at Alexandria (333 B.C.E.)

  • World map according to Eratosthenes (194 B.C.)

  • Ptolemy’s Map of the World

  • World map, 1482

  • EudoxusEudoxus demonstrated that the planets obeyed regular laws demonstrated that the planets obeyed regular laws and moved in circular fashion within a number of spheres.and moved in circular fashion within a number of spheres.

    EudoxusEudoxus

    See Nagle, p. 227.

  • Heracleides

  • Cynicism

    •Too much civilization

    •Politics & status are useless

    Diogenes (ca. 400-325 B.C.)

  • Epicurus (370-340 B.C.)

    “There is nothing to fear in God nor anything to feel in death. Evil can be endured, good achieved.”

    “Thank blessed nature that she had made essential things easy to to come by and things attained with difficulty unnecessary.”

    “If you wish to make [a man] rich do not add to his money but subtract from his desires.”

    Epicureanism: Avoid pain by not seeking too much pleasure

  • Zeno (366-280 B.C.)

    The founder of Stoicism

  • The remains of some baths and the gymnasium at Pergamum

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  • Priene