Arh 302 Test #1

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<ul><li> 1. ARH 302 Test #1</li></ul> <p> 2. Woman from WillendorfFrom Willendorf, Austriac. 25,000-20,000 BCEpaleolithic 3. The Hall of BullsLascaux Caves, Francec. 15,000 BCEpaleolithic 4. Skara Brae, c. 3100 2600 BCE Orkney Islands, Scotland neolithic 5. StonehengeSalisbury Plain, Englandc. 2000 BCEneolithic 6. Nanna ZigguratUr (modern-day Muqaiyir, Iraq)c. 2100-2050 BCESumerian 7. Audience Hall of Darius and Xerxes, ceremonial complex, Persepolis 518 c. 460 BCEPersian Stairway leading to the Audience Hall 8. Details of reliefs from thestairway leading to theAudience Hall Cappadocian Tribute-BearersIndian Tribute-BearersBabylonian Tribute-Bearers Lydian Tribute-Bearers 9. Tell Asmar Votive StatuesFrom Eshnunna (modern-day Tell Asmar, Iraq)c. 2900-2600 BCESumerian 10. Victory Steleof Naram-Sinc. 2220-2184 BCEFrom Sippar(found at Susa)Akkadian 11. Stele of Hammurabi, c. 1760 BCEFrom Susa (modern-day Shush, Iran)Babylonian 12. Palette of Narmer, c. 3150-3125 BCE, from Nekhen 13. Great Pyramids, Giza, c. 2601-2515 BCE, EgyptianMenkaure Khafre Khufu 14. Akhenaten and His Family, from Akhetaten, c. 1348-1336 BCE, Egyptian 15. Judgment of Hunefur before Osiris, from The Book of the Dead of Hunefer c. 1285 BCE Egyptian 16. Octopus Flaskfrom Palaikastro, Cretec. 1500-1450 BCECulture: MinoanThe Marine Style 17. Tholos (Treasury of Atreus), Mycenae, Greece, c. 1300-1200 BCE, Culture: Mycenaean 18. Artist: Dipylon Master, Geometric Amphorac. 760 BCECulture: Greek Geometric 19. Kourosc. 580 BCECulture:Greek Archaic 20. Artist: PolykleitosName: Doryphoros450 BCECulture: Greek Classical 21. Artists: Kallikrates and Iktinos (architecture), Phidias (sculpture),Name: Parthenon, 447-438 BCECulture: Greek Classical 22. Triglyphs and Metopewith Battle of Lapithsand CentaursCulture: Greek Classical 23. Metopes from the Parthenon:Battle of Lapiths and CentaursCulture: Greek Classical 24. Nike of Samothracec. 190 BCECulture: Greek Hellenistic 25. Tomb of the ReliefsBanditaccia Necropolis, near Cerveteri, Italy3rd century BCE Culture: Etruscan 26. Tomb of the Reliefs 27. Sarcophagus of the Married Couple (Cerveteri Sarcophagus) c. 520 BCECulture: Etruscan 28. Aulus Metellus1st century BCE/80 BCECulture: Roman Republic 29. Bust of Sulla1st century BCECulture: Roman Republic 30. Pantheon, Rome, 118-128 CECulture: Roman Imperial 31. oculuscoffers 32. Augustus of PrimaportaEarly 1st century CECulture: Roman Imperial 33. Ara PacisRome13-9 BCECulture: Roman Imperial 34. Ara Pacis 35. Example of damnatio memoriaePortrait of Nero, reworked as aPortrait of Vespasianoriginally 64-68 CErecarved shortly thereafterCulture: Roman Imperial 36. Arch of TitusRome (in Roman Forum)c. 81 CECulture: Roman Imperial 37. Arch of Constantine, Rome, 312-315 CECulture: Roman Imperial 38. Use of spoliaon theArch of Constantine 39. Menorahs and the Ark of the Covenant, in the Catacomb of Villa Torlonia, Rome3rd century CECulture: Jewish 40. Good Shepherd SarcophagusLate 3rd century CECulture: Early Christian 41. Mausoleum of Galla Placidia, Ravenna, Italy, c. 425-26 42. Interior, Mausoleum of Galla Placidia 43. Christ as the Good Shepherd, in the Mausoleum of Galla Placidia 44. Artists: Anthemius of Tralles &amp; Isodorus of Miletus, Hagia Sophia, Istanbul, 532-537 CE Culture: Byzantine 45. Church of San Vitale, Ravenna, Italyc. 520547 CEMOSAICS ON NEXT PAGE 46. Emperor Justinian and His Attendantsc. 546-548 CECulture: ByzantineIn Church of San VitaleMOSAICS OF SAN VITALEEmpress Theodora and her Attendantsc. 546-548 CECulture: ByzantineIn Church of San Vitale in Ravenna, Italy 47. Icon of Christ Pantokratorc. 500-550 CECulture: ByzantineEncaustic 48. Great Mosque at Cordoba786-987 CECulture: Islamic 49. Great Mosque at Isfahan11th-18th Century CECulture: Islamic 50. Artist: Mimar SinanSelimiye Mosque1568-1575 CECulture: Islamic </p>