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Art History--Prehistoric, Ancient Egypt, Ancient Greece
Nude Woman (Venus of Willendorf), Pale…
Hall of Bulls, Lascaux Cave, France, P…
Pregnant Horse, Lascaux Cave, France,…
Rhinoceros, Bird-Headed Man, and Wound…
Nude Woman (Venus of Willendorf), Pale…
Hall of Bulls, Lascaux Cave, France, P…
40 terms
Art History (Ancient Egypt - Ancient Greece)
Narmer Palette
Step Pyramid of Djoser
Great Pyramids
Khafre
Early Dynastic Period.... 2950 - 2775 BC.... Upper Egypt, today's…
Early Dynastic Period.... 2650 - 2575 BC.... designer: Imhotep.…
Old Kingdom.... 2575 - 2450 BC.... Giza.
Old Kingdom.... 2575 -2450 BC.... Giza.
Narmer Palette
Early Dynastic Period.... 2950 - 2775 BC.... Upper Egypt, today's…
Step Pyramid of Djoser
Early Dynastic Period.... 2650 - 2575 BC.... designer: Imhotep.…
History - Ancient Egypt, Greece and Rome
Natural egyptian beliefs
Supernatural Egyptian beliefs
Natural Egyptian treatments
Supernatural Egyptian treatments
Body had channels like the nile. Ill if channels were blocked…
Angry Gods/ evil spirits caused death and diseas
Bandaging, honey clear pus, animal parts in remedies, bloodle…
Charms to rid disease or protect you, bathing in sanctified w…
Natural egyptian beliefs
Body had channels like the nile. Ill if channels were blocked…
Supernatural Egyptian beliefs
Angry Gods/ evil spirits caused death and diseas
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Art History Exam 3, Egypt and Ancient Greece
The Palette of Narmer. Early Dynastic…
The Stepped Pyramid and Sham Buildings…
Great Pyramids, Giza. Old Kingdom, c.…
Great Sphinx with pyramid of Khafre in…
Contains name of patron: King Narmer. First labeled work in t…
FIRST TRULY GRANDIOSE ROYAL TOMB... Basically 6 Mastabas piled…
Pyramid of Khufu on the right is the oldest of the three.... Eac…
Sphinx is of colossal size, he has the body of a lion and the…
The Palette of Narmer. Early Dynastic…
Contains name of patron: King Narmer. First labeled work in t…
The Stepped Pyramid and Sham Buildings…
FIRST TRULY GRANDIOSE ROYAL TOMB... Basically 6 Mastabas piled…
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Ancient Egypt/Greece AP Art History
Menkaure, Khafre, Khufu
Made to hold ka temporarily
Menkaure and his wife
Khafre enthroned
3 pyramids at Giza
what function did Egyptian sculptures serve for the people th…
Identify this artwork:
Identify this artwork:
Menkaure, Khafre, Khufu
3 pyramids at Giza
Made to hold ka temporarily
what function did Egyptian sculptures serve for the people th…
223 terms
Ancient Egypt, Ancient Greece, Ancient Greece, Ancient Israel, History Chapter 1, India
Papyrus
Mummy
Hatshepsut
Menes/Narmar
A plant that the egyptians used to make paper
A human and animal that has went through embalming and mummif…
Second historically confirmed female pharaoh
Brought upper Egypt and lower Egypt together as 1 by taking c…
Papyrus
A plant that the egyptians used to make paper
Mummy
A human and animal that has went through embalming and mummif…
25 terms
Art History, Ancient Greece, Egypt, Minoan and Mycenaean
Octopus vase, 1500 BC, Minoan
Palace of Knossos, Crete, 1700-1400 BC…
"Toreador fresco," Palace of Knossos,…
Lions Gate, Mycenae, 1300-1250 BC, Myc…
Octopus vase, 1500 BC, Minoan
Palace of Knossos, Crete, 1700-1400 BC…
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geography of ancient Egypt. Greece, Rome
Mediterranean Sea
Nile River
Tiber River
Nile Delta
The largest sea near Greece, Rome and Egypt
The river that runs through the middle of Egypt
The river that runs through Rome
What is this landform
Mediterranean Sea
The largest sea near Greece, Rome and Egypt
Nile River
The river that runs through the middle of Egypt
World History Final Study Guide (Mesopotamia, Ancient Egypt, and Ancient Greece)
Mesopotamia
Tigris and Euphrates
Ur and Uruk
Sumer
region within the Fertile Crescent that lies between the Tigr…
The major rivers that flows through the Fertile Crescent on t…
Two main cities in the Akkadian empire and one of the world's…
site of the world's largest civilization, located in southeas…
Mesopotamia
region within the Fertile Crescent that lies between the Tigr…
Tigris and Euphrates
The major rivers that flows through the Fertile Crescent on t…
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Ancient Egypt and Greece
North East Africa
Nile River
Sparta (Jocks)
Athens (Nerds)
Where is Egypt located?
The most important feature in Egypt today.
Focused on War and Strength
Focused on culture, art, and philosophy
North East Africa
Where is Egypt located?
Nile River
The most important feature in Egypt today.
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Ancient Greece and Egypt words
Athens
Sparta
Democracy
Oligarchy
For many centuries the most powerful of all ancient Greek cit…
The largest ancient Greek city-state; located on the southern…
A system of government in which citizens vote to make governm…
A type of government in which a small group of citizens contr…
Athens
For many centuries the most powerful of all ancient Greek cit…
Sparta
The largest ancient Greek city-state; located on the southern…
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History - Ancient Egypt & Egypt
bureaucracy
commerce
ebony
pyramid
system of offices and officials that handle the business of g…
the buying and selling of goods and services
a black wood from West Africa
a 4-sided structure with triangular sides
bureaucracy
system of offices and officials that handle the business of g…
commerce
the buying and selling of goods and services
22 terms
Peoples of Ancient Greece and Egypt
Sargon (Akkadians)
Hammurabi (Babylon)
Hittites
Assyrians
First empire
code of laws(282), eye for an eye
Iron working, horse drawn chariots, sophisticated warfare
Strongest military of the time, lived on the Tigris, batter a…
Sargon (Akkadians)
First empire
Hammurabi (Babylon)
code of laws(282), eye for an eye
Ancient World History: Ancient Greece
Hellenistic
Pericles
Socrates
Euclid
Greek culture blended with other cultures as the empire spread.
the leader of Athens during its Golden Age; died from the pla…
the "greatest" of the Greek philosophers; created a style of…
famous for writing the world's first geometry textbook
Hellenistic
Greek culture blended with other cultures as the empire spread.
Pericles
the leader of Athens during its Golden Age; died from the pla…
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ANCIENT EGYPT INDIA GREECE
Chronology
Aninism
Archaelogist
Artifact
a list of events in order in which they occour
a world filled with spirits a believe known as aninism
study human life in the past by examining the things people l…
is an object made by human being such as a tool or a weapon
Chronology
a list of events in order in which they occour
Aninism
a world filled with spirits a believe known as aninism
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Ancient Greece and Egypt
Polis
Stipend
Alliance
Oligarchy
Another name for city states
Fixed salary given to a public office holder
Formal agreement between two or more nations or powers to coo…
Government in which ruling power belongs to a few people
Polis
Another name for city states
Stipend
Fixed salary given to a public office holder
History Study Guide (Mesopotamia/Ancient Egypt/Ancient Greece)
Neolithic Era
Paleolithic Era
Neolithic Revolution
- Cities... - Complex religions... - Social…
The period commonly referred to as the "Stone Age" beginning…
The period before the Stone Age commonly referred to as the "…
A transition of human culture from hunting and gathering to a…
Characteristics of a Civilization
Neolithic Era
The period commonly referred to as the "Stone Age" beginning…
Paleolithic Era
The period before the Stone Age commonly referred to as the "…
Ancient Egypt & Greece and Crete
faience
piers
clerestory
colonnades
a blue ceramic type material that they used frequently
like a column. Holds something up, in many cases is is separa…
a window thats closer to the roof than to the floor. typicall…
a row of columns supporting something. lots of columns no arc…
faience
a blue ceramic type material that they used frequently
piers
like a column. Holds something up, in many cases is is separa…
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Ancient World History: Ancient Greece
Ancient World History
Hellenistic
Pericles
Socrates
Ancient Greece
Greek culture blended with other cultures as the empire spread.
the leader of Athens during its Golden Age
the "greatest" of the Greek philosophers; created a style of…
Ancient World History
Ancient Greece
Hellenistic
Greek culture blended with other cultures as the empire spread.
38 terms
Ancient Egypt, Greece and Rome
Egyptian writing
Hieroglyphics
Demotic
Jean Francois Champollion
Hieroglyphics ... demotic
holy script used by the priests
cursive script used by everyone commoners script
Discovered the Rosetta stone ... demotic, Greek and hieroglyphics
Egyptian writing
Hieroglyphics ... demotic
Hieroglyphics
holy script used by the priests
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Ancient Egypt, Ancient, Greece, Ancient Rome
4,000 miles
fertile flat land made of silt
a set of steps to measure how high the…
they welcomed the floods
How long is the nile river?
What is a delta?
What is a nilometer?
Did the Egyptian farmers welcome the annual floods?
4,000 miles
How long is the nile river?
fertile flat land made of silt
What is a delta?
ancient history: Ancient Egypt
what did the Greek historian Herodotus…
where does the Nile run from?
what did the Nile provide?
what did the small villages turn into…
"Ancient Egypt was the gift of the Nile"
Ethiopian Highlands to the Mediterranean Sea
fresh water: for drinking & crops... silt: nutrient rich silt ma…
upper and lower Egypt
what did the Greek historian Herodotus…
"Ancient Egypt was the gift of the Nile"
where does the Nile run from?
Ethiopian Highlands to the Mediterranean Sea
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Ancient Egypt and Greece
What was the geography of Egypt?
What was so important to the Egyptians…
Politics and the Government.
Egyptians society
Egypt was located on the banks of the Nile river, with the me…
Religiously they believed that the Nile River was a god in it…
Ancient Egypt was divided into two kingdoms the upper and low…
There were many classes in Ancient Egypt. One thing that is a…
What was the geography of Egypt?
Egypt was located on the banks of the Nile river, with the me…
What was so important to the Egyptians…
Religiously they believed that the Nile River was a god in it…
Ancient Egypt+Persia+Greece Vocabulary
Abu Simbel
Achaemenid Dynasty
Acropolis
Aeshylus
A temple built by Ramses II with statues showing him as a pha…
ruled in Persia from Cyrus I to Darius III from 553 BCE-330 B…
literally means "high point of the city"; upper fortified par…
wrote tragic plays about gods and goddesses
Abu Simbel
A temple built by Ramses II with statues showing him as a pha…
Achaemenid Dynasty
ruled in Persia from Cyrus I to Darius III from 553 BCE-330 B…
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History of Ancient Egypt
Khufu
Kush
sphinx
obelisk
pharaoh best known for monuments built to him
kingdom south of Egypt
imaginary creature with the body of a lion and the head of an…
a tall, four-sided pillar that is pointed on top
Khufu
pharaoh best known for monuments built to him
Kush
kingdom south of Egypt
15 terms
7 History - Ancient Egypt
afterlife
amulet
cartouche
civilisation
the time of life after death
charm worn to protect a person from evil
an oval surrounding an inscription in hieroglyphics, identify…
a town-based society with complex forms of art, science, reli…
afterlife
the time of life after death
amulet
charm worn to protect a person from evil
25 terms
Ancient World History: Ancient Greece
Hellenistic
Pericles
Socrates
Euclid
Greek culture blended with other cultures as the empire spread.
the leader of Athens during its Golden Age; died from the pla…
the "greatest" of the Greek philosophers; created a style of…
famous for writing the world's first geometry textbook
Hellenistic
Greek culture blended with other cultures as the empire spread.
Pericles
the leader of Athens during its Golden Age; died from the pla…
41 terms
Prehistory, ANE, Ancient Egypt, Ancient Greece
Apollo 11 Stones
Great Hall of Bulls
Venus of Willendorf
Running Horned Woman
25000 b.c. (charcoal on stone, Namibia)
15000 b.c. (Lascaux)
25000 b.c. (limestone)
5000 b.c. (pigment on rock, Algeria)
Apollo 11 Stones
25000 b.c. (charcoal on stone, Namibia)
Great Hall of Bulls
15000 b.c. (Lascaux)
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Ancient Mesopotamia, Greece, and Egypt Vocabulary
mercator projection
equirectangular projection
hunter gatherer
agricultural revolution
a map projection of the earth onto a cylinder
This map projection is an example of an equidistant projection.
person who moves from place to place to hunt and gather food
The time when human beings first domesticated plants and anim…
mercator projection
a map projection of the earth onto a cylinder
equirectangular projection
This map projection is an example of an equidistant projection.
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***Ancient Greece History Vocabulary
Mount Olympus
Delphi
myth
oracle
the mountain where the Greeks believed the 12 most important…
the place where the oracle at the Temple of Apollo was
traditional stories about gods and/or heroes
a priest or priestess acting as a medium through whom advice…
Mount Olympus
the mountain where the Greeks believed the 12 most important…
Delphi
the place where the oracle at the Temple of Apollo was
Ancient History: Ancient Greece
What Greek city- state developed a dem…
Which Greek city- state develops a mil…
Which war did all the Greek city- stat…
What years did the Persian Wars last f…
Athens
Sparta
Persian Wars
490- 479
What Greek city- state developed a dem…
Athens
Which Greek city- state develops a mil…
Sparta
History Alive Ancient Egypt
accomplish
authority
Hatshepsut
pharaoh
to achieve or complete something successfully
pharohs (Ancient Egypt) and government officials who control…
Woman pharaoh , encouraged trade and built a strong economy (…
rulers of ancient Egypt responsible for the well-being of all…
accomplish
to achieve or complete something successfully
authority
pharohs (Ancient Egypt) and government officials who control…
***Ancient Greece History Vocabulary
Mount Olympus
Delphi
myth
oracle
the mountain where the Greeks believed the 12 most important…
the place where the oracle at the Temple of Apollo was
traditional stories about gods and/or heroes
a sacred shine where a priest or priestess spoke for a god or…
Mount Olympus
the mountain where the Greeks believed the 12 most important…
Delphi
the place where the oracle at the Temple of Apollo was
History Ancient Egypt
Delta
Cataracts
Pharoah
Dynasty
a triangle shaped area of land made of soil deposited by a ri…
strong rapids
title used by leaders
a series of rulers from the same family
Delta
a triangle shaped area of land made of soil deposited by a ri…
Cataracts
strong rapids
World History Unit 2 Part 2 Ancient Egypt and Greece /Egyptian Life/
What Guided every aspect of Egyptian L…
What was the Egyptian religion?
What does Polytheism mean?
Egyptians had more than how many gods/…
Religion
Polytheism
The worship of many deities
2000
What Guided every aspect of Egyptian L…
Religion
What was the Egyptian religion?
Polytheism
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Ancient History Chapter 2: Ancient Egypt
Egypt's natural barriers
Kings Menes
dynasty
pharoh
gave Egyptians a sense of protection and safety
united Upper and Lower Egypt
a family of rulers whose right to rule is passed on within th…
monarch of the Old Kingdom of Egypt that had unlimited power
Egypt's natural barriers
gave Egyptians a sense of protection and safety
Kings Menes
united Upper and Lower Egypt
Ancient Greece: Global History
Athens
democracy
direct democracy
Representative Democracy/Republic
Greek city-state characterized by democracy
a government in which people have a vote and the government i…
a government in which the citizens vote on individual laws, n…
a democracy more typical of larger societies in which people…
Athens
Greek city-state characterized by democracy
democracy
a government in which people have a vote and the government i…
41 terms
APAH Test #1 Study Guide: PreHistory, Ancient Near East, Egypt, Greece
Apollo 11 Stones ... 25,000 BC ... Charcoa…
The Ambum Stone... 1500 BC ... Greywacke…
Great Hall of the Bulls ... 15,000 BC…
Venus of Willendorf ... 25,000 BC... Lime…
(PH)
(PH)
(PH)
(PH)
Apollo 11 Stones ... 25,000 BC ... Charcoa…
(PH)
The Ambum Stone... 1500 BC ... Greywacke…
(PH)
History Terms-Ancient Greece
Athens
Sparta
Corinth
Persian Empire (Asia Minor)
A city-state in Greece that was the main cultural center (Poe…
Athens rival city-state; was the military base of Greece ... Str…
Coastal Greek city-state that was a trade center, port, cultu…
An empire located in Asia Minor, had a big army, good trade,…
Athens
A city-state in Greece that was the main cultural center (Poe…
Sparta
Athens rival city-state; was the military base of Greece ... Str…
19 terms
History Ancient Egypt
Old Kingdom
Khufu
nobles
afterlife
3rd Egyptian dynasty that lasted for nearly 500 yrs
most famous pharaoh of the Old Kingdom
people from rich and powerful families who were buried in tom…
life after death; a widely held belief in Ancient Egypt. Weal…
Old Kingdom
3rd Egyptian dynasty that lasted for nearly 500 yrs
Khufu
most famous pharaoh of the Old Kingdom
27 terms
History - Chapter Three - Ancient Egypt
cartouche
dynasty
hieroglyphics
papyrus
hieroglyphs of a name written inside an oval shape
line of kings or rulers who belong to the same family
Egyptian writing or picture writing
paper made from a plant stem that grew along the Nile
cartouche
hieroglyphs of a name written inside an oval shape
dynasty
line of kings or rulers who belong to the same family
Ancient Greece Art History
Periods
Niobides Krater
Peplos Kore
Kroisos
Geometric 900-700 BCE... Orientalizing 725-600 BCE... Archaic 625-4…
Archaic, 460-450 BCE... Two sides (One side: Artemis & Apollo. O…
Archaic, 530 BCE... Wearing a peplos(type of dress)... Kore=female
Archaic 530 BCE... Man named Kroisos died in battle, this is gra…
Periods
Geometric 900-700 BCE... Orientalizing 725-600 BCE... Archaic 625-4…
Niobides Krater
Archaic, 460-450 BCE... Two sides (One side: Artemis & Apollo. O…
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Chapter 11 - History of Ancient Egypt
Khufu
Kush
sphinx
obelisk
pharaoh best known for monuments built to him
kingdom south of Egypt
imaginary creature with the body of a lion and the head of an…
a tall, four-sided pillar that is pointed on top
Khufu
pharaoh best known for monuments built to him
Kush
kingdom south of Egypt
Ancient Greece - Ancient History
Peninsula
Polytheism
Parthenon
Hippocrates
A piece of land surrounded mostly by water.
A belief or worship in more than one god.
A temple in Greece dedicated to Athena.
The father of modern medicine.
Peninsula
A piece of land surrounded mostly by water.
Polytheism
A belief or worship in more than one god.
Ancient History-Greece
Agora
Polis
Spartans
Dorians
open area/market and debate
city-state
had no interest in statues, temples, education, arts, or trav…
Greeks who invaded the Peloponneseus in the Dark Ages
Agora
open area/market and debate
Polis
city-state
25 terms
History Jeopardy Egypt/Greece
It begins in East Africa and flows abo…
The Egyptian king came to be regarded…
This ruler united the two Egyptian kin…
A writing surface named after a reed t…
What is the Nile?
Who is Horus?
Who is Narmer or Menes?
What is papyrus?
It begins in East Africa and flows abo…
What is the Nile?
The Egyptian king came to be regarded…
Who is Horus?
34 terms
History- Ancient Egypt
Cataract
Delta
Silt
Fertile
A steep waterfall
The area near a river's mouth where the river deposits large…
Fine, fertile soil deposited by a river.
Favorable for the growth of crops and other plants.
Cataract
A steep waterfall
Delta
The area near a river's mouth where the river deposits large…
24 terms
Ancient History Egypt
Egyptian Creation Story
Great Ennead
Atum
osiris
The world was originally filled with nothing but water but th…
The Ennead were the nine great Osirian gods: Atum, Shu, Tefnu…
The Creator God of Earth
Egyptian god of the underworld and judge of the dead
Egyptian Creation Story
The world was originally filled with nothing but water but th…
Great Ennead
The Ennead were the nine great Osirian gods: Atum, Shu, Tefnu…
Ancient Dance (Egypt, Greece, Rome)
Ancient Egypt - paintings and relief s…
relief sculptures
flat, angular, two dimensional movement
Law of Frontality
reliable primary sources
partly 3d
Interpretations of the stylistic convention of ancient Egypti…
the stylistic painting convention
Ancient Egypt - paintings and relief s…
reliable primary sources
relief sculptures
partly 3d
35 terms
World History--Ancient Greece
Homer
Knossos
Strait
Trojan War
ancient Greek epic poet who is believed to have written the I…
The capital of the ancient Minoan civilization; located on th…
a narrow passage of water connecting two large bodies of water
(Greek mythology) a great war fought between Greece and Troy
Homer
ancient Greek epic poet who is believed to have written the I…
Knossos
The capital of the ancient Minoan civilization; located on th…
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