D:\533579533.doc Art History I Chapter 06B: Page 1 of 3 Quiz: Wednesday April 8 (10 pts) Paper 06/07: Wednesday, April 15 (150 pts.) Exam #3 – Monday, April 20 (Chapters 6,7) Roman Art Republican General Verism Painting 1) Incrustation Atrium Tablinum Veneer 509-27 BCE Sculpture Aulus Metellus ) Late 2nd or early 1st c. BCE Taking of the Roman Census(freize from Temple of Neptune, Rome. ) c.70 BCE Architecture Temple (dedicated to Portunus? Axial plan Concrete Peristyle Arcade 2) Architectural Sanctuary of Fortuna Primigenia begun c. 100 BCE Fresco illusionism mural intuitive perspective atmospheric perspective Pompeian Painting styles Republic 1) Incrustation 2) Architectural Initiation Rites of the Cult of Bacchus, Villa of Mysteries, Pompeii, c. 50 BCE House of Silver Wedding, Pompeii early 1st c. CE Cityscape, House of Publius Fannius, Boscoreale, c. Late 1st c. CE House of the Vettii, Pompeii Mid 1st c. CE Empire 3) Ornate 4) Intricate Bedroom, House of Publius Fannius, Boscoreale,c. Late 1st c. CE Garden Scene, Villa of Livia at Primaporta, near Rome, c. Late 1st c. BCE House of Pansa, Pompeii 2nd c. BCE Pont du Gard Late 1st c. BCE Maison Carrée, Nîmes, France c. 20 BCE Roman Theater, Orange, France 1st c. BCE Early Empire (Augustan) General Meander Painting Emperors Augustus (27 BCE- 14 CE) Early Empire (The Julio-Claudian & Flavian Dynasty) General Painting triumphal arch 3) Ornate attic story cartouches From House of M. corbels Lucretius Fronto, Pompeii, Mid 1st c. CE Sacred Landscape, Pompeii, 62-79 CE 27 BCE - 180 CE (27 BCE - 14 CE) Sculpture Architecture Ara Pacis 13-9 BCE Imperial Procession ( relief from Ara Pacis)) 13-9 BCE Allegory ( relief from Ara Pacis) 13-9 BCE Augustus of Primaporta 1st c CE or copy of bronze statue of c. 20 BCE 27 BCE - 180 CE Sculpture Spoils from the Temple of Solomon, Jerusalem, relief, Arch of Titus, Rome 81 CE Architecture Colosseum, Rome 72-80 CE Plebeian Relief Sculpture Arch of Titus, Rome 81 CE Mausoleum Under Construction, Tomb of Haterius Family, Via Labicana, Rome. Late 1st c. CE D:\533579533.doc Emperors to know Vespasian (69-79 CE) Titus (79-81 CE) Page 2 of 3 4) Intricate Still Life, detail of painting from House of Julia Felix, Pompeii, Late 1st c. CE Young Woman Writing, detail of wall painting, Pompeii, Late 1st c. CE Early Empire 27 BCE - 180 CE (The “Good Emperors”) 96-180 CE General Painting/Mosiacs Groin vault Battle of Centaurs and Wild Barrel or tunnel vault Beasts, from Hadrian’s Basilica Villa, Tivoli, c. 118-28 CE Coffering Dome Heracleitus. The Unswept Oculus Floor, 2nd c. CE equestrian monument aisles apses Emperors to know Trajan (98 - 117 CE) Hadrian (117-138 CE) Marcus Aurelius (161-180 CE) Portrait Sculpture Young Flavian Woman. c. 90 CE Middle Aged Flavian Woman Late 1st c CE Sculpture Allegorical Harbor Scene, Ostia c. 200 CE Architecture Imperial Forums, Rome c. 46 BCE- 117 CE) Hadrian Hunting Boar and Sacrificing to Apollo (reused on Arch of Constantine) Basilica Ulpia, Rome c. 113 CE) Marcus Aurelius 161-180 CE Commodus as Hercules c. 190 CE Column of Trajan, Rome c. 106-13 CE) Romans Crossing the Danube and Building a Fort City Planning Timgad, Algeria begun c. 100 CE Markets of Trajan, Rome 110-12 CE Pantheon (PAN-thi-on), 125-28 CE Hadrian’s Villa, Tivoli c. 135 CE Market Place from Miletus (Miletos) Turkey, (S06-62) c. 120 CE Hadrian’s Wall, 2nd c. CE Late Empire (From Severan Dynasty to the Tetrarchs) General Painting Sculpture Caracalla Early 3rd c. CE Phillip the Arab c. 244-49 CE The Tetrarchs c. 305 CE Emperors Diocletian (Die-owe-KLEEshan) Constantine Architecture Baths of Caracalla, Rome, c. 211-17 CE Palace of Diocletian, Split, Serbian Croatia c. 300 CE Peristyle Court Ludovisi Battle Sacrophagus, near Rome Battle Between Roman and Barbarians c. 250 CE Late Empire (Constantine the Great and His Legacy) General Painting Emperors Sculpture Constantine the Great from Basilica of Maxentius and Constantine, Rome 325-26 CE Helen, Mother of Constantine. 320 CE Constantine Late Empire (Roman Traditionalism After Constantine) Priestess of Bacchus(?) Architecture Basilica of Maxentius and Constantine, Rome, 306-13 CE Basilica, Trier, Germany Early 4th c CE Arch of Constantine, Rome, 312-15 CE Constantine Speaking to the People relief panel 31215 CE D:\533579533.doc Page 3 of 3 390-401 CE Required Reading: 233 - 285. Slides "eligible" for slide identification (S06 refers to Stokstad Chapter Six) S05-48 (no mistake) S06-33 S06-16 S06-22 S06-25 S06-27 S06-28 S06-30 S06-35 S06-67 S06-37 S06-76 S06-41 S06-77 S06-50 S06-86 S06-51 S06-89 S06-55 Slide Identification: Artist Title Paper Assignment: Culture /Period: Roman Republic Roman Empire Apx. Date To a quarter of a century Due: Wednesday, April 15 Medium Location (for architectural sites) Points: 150 Combined with Chapter 07. 1. Discuss the way in which the technique used by the Roman architects influenced the type of buildings that they created. Use examples to illustrate your knowledge of Roman architecture. What features did Early Christian architects take from Roman builders and what new techniques did they develop? Exam Essay Questions: 1. Some or all will be on the Unit Exam Compare and contrast the Imperial Procession of the Ara Pacis (S06-28, J286) and the Procession from the freize of the Parthenon (S05-48, J287).