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Greek & Roman Art Period

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Style of column that has a more elaborate base and the capitol is usually decorated with scrolls.
Ionic
The _________________ was one of the Greeks greatest contributions to architecture.
Parthenon
In the ______________ period of Greek sculpture, aesthetic beauty was less important.
Hellenistic
Early Greek vases were decorated with simple _________ lines.
Geometric
Later on in the Greek period, vases were decorated with ________________ figures and images told a story.
Realistic
The Greek Period of Art lasted from _________BC to _________BC.
800-50
The Greeks used these as grave markers.
vases
The Parthenon was built ________ feet above the city.
500
The _______________ sits atop a sacred hill in ______________, ________________.
Acropolis, Athens, Greece
There are three distinct periods of Greek Sculpture. They are:
Archaic, Classical, and Hellenistic
Style of column that has an elongated capitol and is greatly detailed, usually with acanthus leaves.
Corinthian
Greeks and Romans painted these large ____________ on walls, not canvases.
Murals
The Ancient Greeks loved ____________ and evidence of its use can be found in many of their paintings.
Color
The ____________ took over __________ years to build and served as a temple.
Parthenon, 10
The three orders of Greek Decorative Style are:
Doric, Ionic, and Corinthian
The Greeks believed in many ________ and their religion was ______________.
Gods, Polytheistic
Style of column that has a simple capitol and no base.
Doric
In the _____________period of Greek sculpture, Greeks were concerned with the ___________form and the _____________proportion.
Classical, human, and ideal
The Romans developed a system of irrigation known as the __________________ System.
Aqueduct
The ____________________ was a temple built by the Romans. It was dome shaped and had a hole in the top to allow light in.
Pantheon
_____________ were large rectangular buildings to hold large numbers of people.
Basilicas
The Roman Period of Art lasted from ___________BC to ________AD.
100-300
The ____________ _______________ was built by the Romans to celebrate a military victory.
Triumphal Arch
One of the Romans' biggest contributions was in _____________________.
Architecture
What structure was built by the Romans for sporting events?
Colosseum
The famous Roman ___________ were a series of pools that went from hot water to cold.
Baths
Seating in the colosseum was _____________ and is the reason we have stadium seating today.
Tiered
Portrait _________________ were commissioned by the public. These are known as busts and they are from the shoulders up.
Sculptures
_____________ was very important to Romans in their art.
Realism
A triumphal arch
What is this structure an example of?
Doric
Name this style of column.
portrait sculpture
This is an example of what type of sculpture?
Ionic
Name this style of column.
Pantheon
Name this structure.
Aqueduct System
What is this structure?
Colosseum
Name this structure.
Corinthian
Name this style of column.
Parthenon
Name this structure.