Drawing of the west pediment of the Temple of Artemis (Corfu), c

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					Drawing of the west pediment of the Temple of
      Artemis (Corfu), c. 600-580 BCE
Gorgon Medusa
 from the west
pediment of the
   Temple of
Artemis (Corfu),
c. 600-580 BCE
Left: Reconstruction of the
Siphnian Treasury (Delphi),
        c. 530 BCE
  Above: Relief from the
     Siphnian Treasury
    Temple of Aphaia
(Aeginia), c. 500-490 BCE
  Dying warriors (west
pediment above and east
 pediment below) from
 the Temple of Aphaia
        (Aegina),
c. 500-490 BCE, marble

Battle of the Greeks and
 the Trojans/ Paris and
Helen of Troy/ Menelaus
    and Agamemnon/
  Clytemnestra vowing
revenge/ development of
   a “classical” figure
Reconstruction drawing of the east pediment of the
      Temple of Aphaia (Aegina), c. 480 BCE
Kleitias and Ergotimos. Francois Vase (Chiusi),
 c. 570 BCE, Attic black-figure volute krater
 Exekias. Achilles and Ajax
 playing a dice game (Vulci),
 c. 540-530 BCE, Athenian
    black-figure amphora

  Exekias/ Achilles and the
slave girl Briseis/ Corinthian
vases from the Orientalizing
    period/ black-figure
   technique/ three phase
  firing process: oxidizing,
 reducing, and reoxidizing/
    engobe (or slip)/ kiln
depiction of the “calm before the storm”/
shapes of the figures/ linear painting style
  Exekias.
Dionysos in a
  Sailboat,
 c. 540 BCE

Dionysos (and
the ecstasis)/
  kylix/ sail
blowing in the
     wind
comparison with
 decoration of
Geometric style
   amphoras
Exekias. The Suicide of
   Ajax, c. 540 BCE
Andokides Painter. Ajax and Achilles playing a dice game
  (Orvieto), c. 525-520 BCE, Attic bilingual amphora

          red-figure technique/ bilingual vase
Euphronios. Herakles wrestling Antaios (Cerveteri),
    c. 510 BCE, Attic red-figure calyx krater
Euphronios. Death of Sarpedon, c. 525 BCE,
      Attic red-figure calyx krater
 Euthymides. Three Revelers
(Vulci), c. 510 BCE, Attic red-
        figure amphora

       foreshortening
 Onesimos.
    Girl
 preparing
  to bathe
  (Chiusi),
c. 490 BCE,
 Attic red-
figure kylix

   genre
   scene
Gong of animal forms
(Anyang, China), 12th
or 11th century BCE,
       bronze

Shang dynasty/ gong
(guang)/ zoomorphic/
 bilateral symmetry/
  casting vs. firing/
varied animal motifs/
   Chinese attitude
    toward nature
Panathenaic Amphora,
     c. 340 BCE
Kritios Boy (Athens),
 c. 480 BCE, marble

    contrapposto/
sophrosyne and hubris
 Warriors
   (Riace)
c. 460-450
BCE, bronze
    Charioteer (Delphi),
    c. 470 BCE, bronze

       cire perdue/
emphasis of calm and reason
Myron. Diskobolos (Discus
Thrower), Roman copy of a
    bronze original of
   c. 450 BCE, marble

       Olympic games
    (pentathlon)/ naked
  contestants/ degree of
  concentration and calm/
realization of the idealized
 human form and universal
 ideals/ intersecting arcs

				
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