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Transcript of Ancient Art
Tutankhamen’s burial mask
Gold, paint and stone
Founded in Cairo in 2003
Late Eighteenth dynasty
Monday, june 16, 2014
Vol XCIII, No. 311
Byzantine and Islamic
The Dappled Horse of Pech - Merle
Thanks For Listening
Was made in 25,000 BCE
animal blood, bones, wood, shell and grass
Statue of Ebin-Il
Was made in 2400 BC
Gypsum, Schist, Shells and lapis lazuli
The Ardabil Carpet
silk with wool pile that has 300-350 knots
Painted on wood with hot wax
it is wood painted strokes of black
The dappled horse of pech merle was a Stone Age artwork that was painted in pech merle cave (that’s how it got its name) it had no such meaning. It was found that there were actually spotted horses in the area.
2.Lascaux cave bull
3.Lascaux cave horse
It is a praying statue of the superintendent of Mari in eastern Syria it was found in a temple by an archaeologist André Parrot. It was a memorial of the superintendent when he died in 2400 BC it was founded in 1934
created on 191 until 192 AD
made out of marble
To make him look like Hercules and Hercules strength and power. Making his eyes to the left as if he is looking over the viewers.
Ancient Greek athletes, use the Aryballos to store oil so they can apply oil on their bodies.
The common translation for Pantokrator is Almighty or All-powerful. For Greek the meaning is strength, mighty and power.
The Ardabil carpet was made because one of the leaders died in north west, Iran. So the workers made it for their lost.
30,000 B.C - 2500B.C
Mesopotamian 3500 B.C - 539 B.C
Egyptian 3100 B.C - 30 B.C
Greek 850 B.C - 31 B.C
Roman 500 B.C - 476 A.D
Byzantine and Islamic 476 A.D - 1453 A.D
4.st John the Evangelist
2.standing women holding a shield
3.landscape with perseus and andromeda
4.Man and women seated side by side
1.Gold box ring
2.finger ring engraved
4.statue of Eirene
2. Inscribed stela
3. winged-bull figure
It was a burial mask of the pharaoh of
Egypt, he was the youngest pharaoh of
1.Bust of Nefertiti.
3.Tomb of Sarenput II.
850bc-700bc Development of the first Greek Alphabet.
The first indication of astronomy was found
The discovery of more advanced living areas with hearths, postholes and slabs
End of the Early Dynastic III period in Mesopotamia.
Semitic chieftain Sargon of Akkad's conquest of Sumer and Mesopotamia.
Most important pharaohs
501 BC Naxos is attacked by the persian empire
610 AD Isma is born