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Chapter 4 Aegean Art

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Chapter 4 Aegean Art
Artist: n/a
Title: “Flotilla” fresco
Medium: n/a
Size: n/a
Date: New Palace Period, c. 1650 BCE
Source/Museum: from Room 5 of West House, Akrotiri, Thera / National Archaeological Museum, Athens
4.1
Artist: n/a
Title: Two figures of women
Medium: Marble
Size: heights 13" (33 cm) and 25" (63.4 cm)
Date: c. 2500–2200 BCE
Source/Museum: Cyclades. / Museum of Cycladic Art, Athens. Courtesy of the N. P. Goulandris Foundation.
4.2
Artist: n/a
Title: Seated Harp Player
Medium: Marble
Size: height 11 ½" (29.2 cm)
Date: c. 2700–2500 BCE
Source/Museum: Keros, Cyclades / Museum of Cycladic Art, Athens
4.3
Artist: n/a
Title: Reconstruction of the palace complex, Knossos, Crete
Medium: n/a
Size: n/a
Date: n/a
Source/Museum: n/a
4.4
Artist: n/a
Title: Knossos, aerial photograph of the site
Medium: n/a
Size: n/a
Date: n/a
Source/Museum: n/a
4.5
Artist: n/a
Title: Knossos Interior. Reconstruction of palace interior staircase
Medium: n/a
Size: n/a
Date: n/a
Source/Museum: n/a
4.6
Artist: n/a
Title: Kamares Ware Jug
Medium: Ceramic
Size: height 10 " (27 cm)
Date: c. 2000–1900 BCE
Source/Museum: Phaistos, Crete / Archaeological Museum, Iraklion, Crete
4.7
Artist: n/a
Title: Pendant of Gold Bees
Medium: Gold
Size: height approx. 1 13⁄16" (4.6 cm)
Date: Old Palace Period, c. 1700–1550 BCE
Source/Museum: Chryssolakkos, near Mallia, Crete / Archaeological Museum, Iraklion, Crete
4.8
Artist: n/a
Title: Young Girl Gathering Saffron Crocus Flowers
Medium: Detail of wall painting
Size: n/a
Date: 1630 BCE
Source/Museum: Room 3 of House Xeste 3, Akrotiri, Thera / Thera Foundation, Petros M Nomikos, Greece
4.9
Artist: n/a
Title: Landscape (Spring Fresco)
Medium: Wall painting with areas of modern reconstruction
Size: n/a
Date: Before 1630 BCE
Source/Museum: From Akrotiri, Thera Cyclades / National Archaeological Museum, Athens
4.10
Artist: n/a
Title: Bull Leaping
Medium: Wall painting with areas of modern reconstruction
Size: Height approx. 24 ½" (62.3 cm)
Date: Late Minoan period, c. 1550–1450 BCE
Source/Museum: From the palace complex, Knossos, Crete / Archaeological Museum, Iraklion, Crete
4.11
Artist: n/a
Title: Woman Or Goddess with Snakes
Medium: Faience
Size: height 11" (29.5 cm)
Date: New Palace period, c. 1700–1550 BCE
Source/Museum: As restored, from the palace complex, Knossos, Crete / Archaeological Museum, Iraklion, Crete
4.12
Artist: n/a
Title: Harvester Vase
Medium: Steatite
Size: diameter 4 ½" (11.3 cm)
Date: New Palace Period, c. 1650–1450 BCE
Source/Museum: Hagia Triada, Crete / Archaeological Museum, Iraklion, Crete
4.13
Artist: n/a
Title: Bull’s-Head Rhyton
Medium: Steatite with shell rock crystal and red jasper the gilt-wood horns restored
Size: height 12" (30.5 cm)
Date: c.1550–1450 BCE
Source/Museum: Palace complex, Knossos, Crete / Archaeological Museum, Iraklion, Crete
4.14
Artist: n/a
Title: Octopus Flask
Medium: Marine style ceramic
Size: height 11" (28 cm)
Date: c. 1500–1450 BCE
Source/Museum: Palaikastro, Crete / Archaeological Museum, Iraklion, Crete
4.15
Artist: n/a
Title: Vapheio Cup
Medium: Gold
Size: height 3 ½" (3.9 cm)
Date: c. 1650–1450 BCE
Source/Museum: Found near Sparta, Greece / Archaeological Museum, Iraklion, Crete
4.16
Artist: n/a
Title: Citadel at Mycenae (Aerial View)
Medium: n/a
Size: n/a
Date: Site occupied c. 1600–1200 BCE; walls built C. 1340, 1250, 1200 BCE
Source/Museum: Greece
4.17
Artist: n/a
Title: Reconstruction of Citadel At Mycenae
Medium: n/a
Size: n/a
Date: n/a
Source/Museum: n/a
4.18
Artist: n/a
Title: Pylos Palace Plan, c. 1300–1200 BCE
Medium: n/a
Size: n/a
Date: n/a
Source/Museum: n/a
4.19
Artist: n/a
Title: Reconstruction Drawing of The Megaron In The Palace At Pylos Greece. C. 1300–1200 Bce
Medium: n/a
Size: n/a
Date: n/a
Source/Museum: Drawing in Antonopouleion Archaeological Museum, Pylos
4.20
Artist: n/a
Title: Entrance to the Tholos, the so-called Treasury of Atreus
Medium: n/a
Size: n/a
Date: c. 1300–1200 BCE
Source/Museum: Mycenae, Greece
4.21
Artist: n/a
Title: Cutaway Drawing of Tholos
Medium: n/a
Size: n/a
Date: n/a
Source/Museum: n/a
4.22
Artist: n/a
Title: Lion Gate, Mycenae
Medium: n/a
Size: n/a
Date: c. 1250 BCE
Source/Museum: Historic photo
Artist: n/a
Title: Lion Gate, Mycenae
Medium: Limestone relief
Size: height of sculpture approx. 9' 6" (2.9 m)
Date: c. 1250 BCE
Source/Museum: n/a
Artist: n/a
Title: Golden Lion’s Head Rhyton
Medium: n/a
Size: n/a
Date: sixteenth century BCE
Source/Museum: Shaft grave IV, south of Lion gate, Mycenae, / National Archaeological Museum, Athens
Artist: n/a
Title: Corbeled Vault, Interior of Tholos
Medium: Limestone vault
Size: height approx. 43' (13 m), diameter 47'6" (14.48 m)
Date: n/a
Source/Museum: n/a
4.23
Artist: n/a
Title: “Mask of Agamemnon”
Medium: Gold
Size: height approx. 12"(35 cm)
Date: c. 1600–1550 BCE
Source/Museum: Funerary mask, from the royal tombs, Grave Circle A, Mycenae, Greece / National Archaeological Museum, Athens
4.24
Artist: n/a
Title: Dagger Blade with Lion Hunt
Medium: Bronze inlaid with gold, silver, and niello
Size: length 9" (23.8 cm)
Date: c. 1550–1500 BCE
Source/Museum: Shaft Grave IV, Grave Circle A, Mycenae, Greece / Archaeological Museum, Athens
4.25
Artist: n/a
Title: Two Women with A Child
Medium: Ivory
Size: height 2¾" (7.5 cm)
Date: c. 1400–1200 BCE
Source/Museum: Found in the palace at Mycenae, Greece, / National Archaeological Museum, Athens
4.26
Artist: n/a
Title: Warrior Vase
Medium: Ceramic
Size: height 16"(41 cm)
Date: c. 1300–1100 BCE
Source/Museum: n/a
4.27
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