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1
Q

Examples of Korai not from Acropolis

A
  • Berlin Kore
    • ​ca. 580 - 570 BC
    • Kerateia in Attica
      1. 93 m
    • votive? funerary? dedication?
  • ​Kore of Cheramyes
    • ​ca. 570 - 560 BC
    • Samos
    • 1.92 m
    • inscription : votive
  • ​Phrasikleia
    • ​ca. 560 - 550 BC
    • Myrrhinus (modern Merenda) in Attica
    • 1.76 m
    • inscription : funerary
2
Q

Examples of Korai from Acropolis

A
  • The Peplos Kore
    • ca. 540 - 530 BC
    • west of Erechtheion
    • 1.2 m
    • Acropolis >> votive dedication to Athena
  • Antenor’s Kore aka Kore 681
    • ca. 520 BC
    • north-west of Erechtheion
      1. 15 m
    • inscription : votive dedication to Athena
  • Kore 675
    • ca. 510 BC
    • body - south of Parthenon;
    • head - east of Parthenon
    • 0.55 m
    • votive dedication to Athena
  • Euthydikos Kore aka Kore 686
    • ca. 500 - 480 BC
    • torso - East of Pathenon
    • lower part - near Erechtheion
    • o.58 m; 0.415 m.
    • inscription : votive dedication
3
Q

GARMENT:

name,

characteristics,

how to wear

A

Chiton:

  • 1st main Greek garment;
  • light material - lots of pleads & folds;

>> very decorative

  • worn:
    • ​rectangle of the fabric is wrapped;
    • pinned along the arms;
    • tied around the waist;
    • pulled up & let go over the belt

>> over-fold

4
Q

GARMENT:

name,

characteristics,

how to wear

A

Mantle a.k.a Himation:

  • lots of folds and pleads;
  • often worn together with chiton - extremelly decorative effect;
  • sometimes - with peplos.
  • worn:
    • diagonally
    • pinned around the neck and along the arm
    • the section underneath - folded from the neck down.
5
Q

GARMENT:

name,

characteristics,

how to wear

A

Peplos:

  • 2nd main Greek garment
  • heavy material - not many pleads >> not very decorative
  • very popular - in classical period
  • worn:
    • rectangle of fabric over-folded before putting on;
    • pinned _at the sholder_s BUT no sleeves;
    • belt - around the waaist.
6
Q

NAME the garment

  • 1st main Greek garment;
  • light material - lots of pleads & folds;

>> very decorative

  • worn:
    • ​rectangle of the fabric is wrapped;
    • pinned along the arms;
    • tied around the waist;
    • pulled up & let go over the belt

>> over-fold

A

Chiton

7
Q

NAME the garment

  • lots of folds and pleads;
  • often worn together with chiton - extremelly decorative effect;
  • sometimes - with peplos.
  • worn:
    • diagonally
    • pinned around the neck and along the arm
    • the section underneath - folded from the neck down.
A

Mantle a.k.a Himation

8
Q

NAME the garment

  • 2nd main Greek garment
  • heavy material - not many pleads >> not very decorative
  • very popular - in classical period
  • worn:
    • rectangle of fabric over-folded before putting on;
    • pinned _at the sholder_s BUT no sleeves;
    • belt - around the waaist.
A

Peplos

9
Q

JUST identify: name, date, finding spot

A
  • Berlin Kore,
  • ca. 580 - 570 BC
  • found at Keratea in Attica
    1. 93 m
10
Q

JUST identify: name, date, finding spot

A
  • Kore of Cheramyes
  • ca. 570 - 560 BC
  • Samos, same sanctuary of Hera as the Samos Kouros
11
Q

JUST identify: name, date, finding spot

A
  • Pharasikleia
  • ca. 560 - 550 BC
  • Myrrhinus (modern Merenda) in Attica
12
Q

JUST identify: name, date, finding spot

A
  • The Peplos Kore
  • ca. 540-530 BC
  • Acropolis, Athens
  • 1.2 m
13
Q

JUST identify: name, date, finding spot

A
  • Antenor’s Kore aka Kore 681
  • ca. 520 BC
  • Acropolis, Athens
  • 2.15 m
14
Q

JUST identify: name, date finding spot

A
  • Kore 675
  • ca. 510 BC
  • Akropolis
    • body - south of Parthenon
    • head - east of Parthenon
    1. 55 m
15
Q

JUST identify: name, date, finding spot

A
  • Euthydikos Kore aka Kore 686
  • ca. 500 - 480 BC
  • Acropolis:
    • torso - east of Parthenon;
    • lower part - near Erechtheion
  • upper - 0. 58 m
  • lower - 0. 415 m