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1

Identify this building and its architect(s).

Parthenon (Temple of Athena Parthenos)

ca. 447-438 BCE

Athens, Greece

Greek-High Classical

Architects: Iktinos and Kallikrates

2

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Athena Parthenos (Gold and Ivory, Chryselephantine)

ca. 438 BCE

Athens, Greece

Greek-High Classical

3

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Helios and his Horses, and Dionysus (Herakles?)

ca. 438-432 BCE

Athens, Greece

Greek-High Classical

4

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Three Goddesses (Hestia, Dione, and Aphrodite?)

ca. 438-432 BCE

Athens, Greece

Greek-High Classical

5

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Erechtheion

ca. 421-405 BCE

Athens, Greece

Greek-High Classical

6

Identify this artifact and sculptor(s).

Aphrodite of Knidos

ca. 350-340 BCE

Knidos, Greece

Greek-Late Classical

Sculptor: Praxiteles

7

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Hermes and the infant Dionysus

ca. 340 or 330-270 BCE

Olympia, Greece

Greek-Late Classical

Sculptor: Praxiteles (?)

8

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Apoxyomenos (Scraper)

ca. 330 BCE

Original Location Unknown.

Greek-Late Classical

Sculptor: Lysippos

9

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Head of Alexander the Great

Third Century BCE

Pella, Greece

Greek-Late Classical

Sculptor: Lysippos

10

Identify this artifact and painter(s).

Battle of Issus

ca. 310 BCE

Pompeii, Italy

Greek-Late Classical

Painter: Philoxenos of Eretria or Helen of Egypt

11

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The Altar of Zeus (Great Altar)

ca. 175 BCE

Pergamon, Turkey

Hellenistic

12

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Athena Battling Alkyoneos

ca. 175 BCE

Pergamon, Turkey

Hellenistic

13

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Scene from the Gigantomachy

ca. 175 BCE

Pergamon, Turkey

Hellenistic

14

Identify this artifact and sculptor(s).

Gallic Chieftain Killing Himself and His Wife

ca. 230-220 BCE

Pergamon, Turkey

Hellenstic

Sculptor: Epigonos(?)

15

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Dying Gaul ca. 230-220 BCE Pergamon, Turkey Hellenstic Sculptor: Epigonos(?)

16

What time period is Roman-Republican?

509-27 BCE

17

What time period is Roman-Early Imperial?

27 BCE-96 CE

18

What time period is Greek-Late Classical?

400-323 BCE

19

What time period is Hellenistic?

323 BCE-31 CE

20

What time period is Greek-High Classical?

450-400 BCE

21

What time period is Greek-Early Classical?

480-450 BCE

22

What time period is Greek-Orientalizing?

700-600 BCE

23

Identify this artifact.

Nike Alighting on a Warship (Nike of Samothrace)

ca. 190 BCE

Samothrace, Greece

Hellenistic

24

Identify this artifact and sculptor(s).

Aphrodite (Venus de Milo)

ca. 150-125 BCE

Melos, Greece

Hellenistic

Sculptor: Alexandros of Antioch-on-the-Meander

25

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Sleeping Satyr (Barberini Faun)

ca. 230-200 BCE

Rome, Italy

Hellenistic

26

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Seated Boxer

ca. 100-50 BCE

Rome, Italy

Hellenistic

27

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Laocoon and his Sons

Early First Century CE

Original Location Unknown

Hellenistic

Sculptors: Athanadoros, Hagesandros, and Polydoros of Rhodes

28

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Temple of Portunus (tuff and tavertine, originally overlaid with stucco)

ca. 75 BCE

Rome, Italy

Roman-Republican.

29

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Pont du Gard

ca. 16 BCE

Nimes, France.

Roman-Early Empire

30

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Man with portrait busts of his ancestors

Late First Century BCE

Rome, Italy

Roman-Republican

31

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Bust of a Roman Republican (Torlonia Head)

ca. 50 BCE

Rome, Italy

Roman-Republican

32

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Portrait of a Roman General (Tivoli General)

ca. 75-50 BCE

Tivoli, Italy

Roman-Republican

33

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Pompey the Great

ca. 50 BCE

Rome, Italy

Roman-Republican

34

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Denarius with the portrait of Julius Caesar

ca. 44 BCE

Rome, Italy

Roman-Republican

35

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Large Theater

Late 3rd to Early 2nd Century BCE

Pompeii, Italy

Roman-Republican

36

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Amphitheater

ca. 70 BCE

Pompeii, Italy

Roman-Republican

37

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Exterior Staircase and Barrel-Vaulted Architecture

ca. 70 BCE

Pompeii, Italy

Roman-Republican

38

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Brawl in the Pompeii Amphitheater

ca. 60-70 CE

Pompeii, Italy

Roman-Early Imperial

39

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Priapus

before 79 CE

Pompeii, Italy

Roman-Early Imperial

40

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First Style Wall Painting (Masonry Style)

Late Second Century BCE

Herculaneum, Italy

Roman-Republican

41

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Second Style Wall Painting

ca. 50-40 BCE

Boscoreale, Italy

Roman-Republican

42

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Third Style Wall Painting

ca. 10 BCE

Boscotrecase, Italy

Roman-Early Imperial

43

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Fourth Style Wall Painting

ca. 70-79 CE

Pompeii, Italy

Roman-Republican

44

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Portrait of a Husband (Terentius Neo?) and his Wife

ca. 70-79 BCE

Pompeii, Italy

Roman-Early Imperial

45

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Still Life With Peaches

ca. 62-79 CE

Herculaneum, Italy

Roman-Early Imperial

46

What time period is Greek-Archaic?

600-480 BCE

47

What time period is Greek-Geometric?

 

900-700 BCE