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Flash Cards Exam 1. Name/Title: Venus of Willendorf ( WH p. 4) Era/Civilization/Style: 25,000 BCE, upper Paleolithic Artist/Architect: unknown Remarks: thought to be early fertility goddess or charm. Large numbers found throughout Europe from same general era.

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Name/Title: Venus of Willendorf (WH p. 4)

Era/Civilization/Style: 25,000 BCE, upper Paleolithic

Artist/Architect: unknown

Remarks: thought to be early fertility goddess or charm. Large numbers found throughout Europe from same general era.

http://www.uncp.edu/home/rwb/lecture_ancient_civ.htm


Name/Title: Ziggurat of Ur (Temple of Nanna) (WH p.15)

Era/Civilization/Style: Sumerian (2100 BCE)

Artist/Architect: Unknown

http://haydenarthistory.blogspot.com/2010/09/work-of-arte-nana-ziggurat.html


Name/Title: Pyramid of Djoser (Step Pyramid) in Sakkareh (Saqqara) Necropolis. (WH p. 20)

Era/Civilization/Style: Egyptian, Old Kingdom (~2680 BCE)

Artist/Architect: Imhotep (?) Djoser’sVisier

Remarks: Imhotep is the first accredited architect known in this tradition. Note the differences between this Pyramid, the Ziggurat of Ur and the later Giza Pyramids.

http://faculty.ncc.edu/LinkClick.aspx?fileticket=xMbpQQ10KDE%3D&tabid=2646&mid=3394


Name/Title: Pyramids of Giza (Menkure, Khafre, and Khufu) (WHp. 17)

Era/Civilization/Style: Egyptian, Old Kingdom (2525-2580 BCE)

Artist/Architect: Unknown

http://architecture.about.com/od/periodsstyles/ig/Historic-Styles/Ancient-Egypt-.htm


Name/Title: The Great Sphinx at Giza (WH p. 23)

Era/Civilization/Style: Egyptian, Old Kingdom (2560 BCE)

Artist/Architect: Unknown

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/2/25/The_Sphinx.jpg


Name/Title: Nefertiti (WH p. 25)

Era/Civilization/Style: Egyptian, New Kingdom (1350 BCE)

Artist/Architect: unknown

http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Nefertiti_bust2.jpg


Name/Title: Pharaoh Akhenaten, Queen Nefertiti and Daughters (WH p. 24)

Era/Civilization/Style: Egyptian, New Kindgom (1350 BCE)

Artist/Architect: unknown

http://www.girlmuseum.org/exhibitions/DefiningOurTerms/DefiningOurTermsDaughter.html


Name/Title: King Menkure and his Chief Queen (WH p. 23)

Era/Civilization/Style: Egyptian, Old Kingdom (2525 BCE)

Artist/Architect: unknown

Remarks: keep this in mind when viewing the Korous and Kore.

http://quistlink.com/WK%202/egyptian_sculpture_king_menkaure.htm


Name/Title: Lion Gate at Mycenae (WH p. 38)

Era/Civilization/Style: Mycenaean (1300 BCE)

Artist/Architect: unknown

http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Mycenae_lion_gate_detail_dsc06384.jpg


Name/Title: North Gate of Palace at Knossos (WH p. 35)

Era/Civilization/Style: Minoan (1750-1650 BCE)

Artist/Architect: unknown

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Knossos


Name/Title: Earth Goddess with Snakes (WH p. 36)

Era/Civilization/Style: Minoan (1600-1500 BCE)

Artist/Architect: unknown

http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Snake_Goddess_-_Heraklion_Achaeological_Museum_retouched.jpg


Name/Title: Temple of Hera, Paestum (WH p. 51)

Era/Civilization/Style: Archaic Greek, Doric style temple (560-550 BCE)

Artist/Architect: unknown

http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Paestum_-_Temple_of_Poseidon_-_Temple_of_Hera_.JPG


Name/Title: Temple of Aphaia (WH p. 52)

Era/Civilization/Style: Archaic Greek, Doric style (510 BCE)

Artist/Architect: unknown

http://greecetravel.com/photos/sixties/greek-islands/PhotoAlbum1/Aegina-080_jpg_view.htm


Name/Title: New York Kouros (WH 53)

Era/Civilization/Style: Archaic Greek (615-590 BCE)

Artist/Architect: Unknown

Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York)http://www.metmuseum.org/works_of_art/collection_database/greek_and_roman_art/marble_statue_of_a_kouros_youth/objectView.aspx?&OID=130013862&collID=13&vw=0


Name/Title: AnavysosKouros (WH p. 53)

Era/Civilization/Style: Archaic Greek, 540-520 BCE

Artist/Architect: unknown

Remarks: notice the difference between the New York Kouros and the AnavysoKouros—the development of this style.

National Archaeological Museum (Athens)http://www.art-prints-on-demand.com/a/greek/anavysos-kouros-funerary.html


Name/Title: AuxerraKore(WH p. 54)

Era/Civilization/Style: Archaic Greek, 675-600 BCE.

Artist/Architect: Unknown

http://worldexclusiveart.marketbella.com/Auxterre.html


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