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Greek Art. Stokstad Chapter 5. Greek Art 1:Geometric to Archaic Periods. 5.5 Funerary vase (Krater), from the Dipylon Cemetery, Athens. C 750-700 BCE 5-26 Exekias. The Suicide of Ajex, c. 540 BCE 5-13 Siphnian Treasure, Delphi, c. 530-525 BCE. Marble

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greek art

Greek Art

Stokstad Chapter 5

greek art 1 geometric to archaic periods
Greek Art 1:Geometric to Archaic Periods
  • 5.5 Funerary vase (Krater), from the Dipylon Cemetery, Athens. C 750-700 BCE
  • 5-26 Exekias. The Suicide of Ajex, c. 540 BCE
  • 5-13 Siphnian Treasure, Delphi, c. 530-525 BCE. Marble
  • 5-18 Kroisos (?), Kouros, from Anavysos, c. 530 BCE, Marble
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Terms
  • Important cities: Athens, Sparta, and Corinth
  • Monotheistic religions: Olympian gods (Zeus and Hera, Apollo, Aphrodite, Athena), Giants (or Titans are Earth gods) and Sky Gods (resided in Mount Olympia); temples are home for the gods
  • Architectural elements: Greek orders (Doric, Ionic, Corinthian), pediment, frieze, Column, capital, portico, caryatids
  • Sculpture: Kouros (male) (Plural:kouroi), Kore (female) (Plural: Korai)
greek art 2 early classical sculpture
Greek Art, 2: Early Classical Sculpture

5-33 Kritian Boy, c. 480 BCE, Marble (116 cm.)

5-35 Warrior A, c. 460-450 BCE Bronze (2.03 m)

5-31 Apollo with Battling Lapiths and Centaurs, Temple of Zeus, Olympia, West pediment, c 460 BCE

5-32 Athena, Herakles, and Atlas, Doric Metope, Temple of Zeus, Olympia, c. 460 BCE

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5-32 Athena, Herakles, and Atlas, metope relief from the Temple of Zeus, Olympia

c. 460 BCE, Marble (1.59 m)