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69 terms
Roman Art- Terms and Works of Art
Temple of Portunus
Sanctuary of Fortuna
House of the Silver Wedding
Portrait of a Man
One of the oldest temples in Rome; contains tablature, column…
Palestrina, Italy, late 2nd century BCE; Built into the side…
Pompeii; Roman Culture; architect unknown; Early Empire; c. 7…
Veristic male portrait. Marble, life-size. Musei Vaticani, Ro…
Temple of Portunus
One of the oldest temples in Rome; contains tablature, column…
Sanctuary of Fortuna
Palestrina, Italy, late 2nd century BCE; Built into the side…
Roman Art
Temple of Portunus
Sanctuary Of Fortuna
Head of an Old Man, from Osimo
Portrait of a Roman General
Temple of Portunus
Sanctuary Of Fortuna
7 terms
Roman Art
Male Portrait, early 1st century BCE
Portrait of Augustus as general, ca. 2…
Colosseum, ca. 70 - 80 BCE
Column of Trajan, 112 CE
Male Portrait, early 1st century BCE
Portrait of Augustus as general, ca. 2…
12 terms
Roman Art Terms
Arcade
Arcuated
Atmospheric perspective
Atrium
A series of arches supported by piers of columns. (Kleiner 24…
Arch-shaped. (Kleiner 48,173,212,292)
Type of perspective used in painting, in which the illusion o…
The central reception room of a Roman domus that is partially…
Arcade
A series of arches supported by piers of columns. (Kleiner 24…
Arcuated
Arch-shaped. (Kleiner 48,173,212,292)
Roman Art terms
Arch
Vault
Velarium
Coffered
curved architectural element used to span an opening
an arched roof or covering made of brick, stone, or concrete
the awning
decorated
Arch
curved architectural element used to span an opening
Vault
an arched roof or covering made of brick, stone, or concrete
Roman Art
Etruscan temple, as described by Vitru…
Apollo Veii, Apulu (Apollo), from the…
Cerveteri Sarcophagus with reclining c…
Tumuli in the Banditaccia necropolis,…
Etruscan temple, as described by Vitru…
Apollo Veii, Apulu (Apollo), from the…
24 terms
Greece and Roman Art Terms
Roman Art
Concrete
Roman Vs. Greek Theaters
Etruscan Burial Traditions
- Used Concrete
- Very innovative... - more convenient than using marble because…
- Roman theaters were more political and for speciticle ... -->…
- Creamation... - Monumental tombs ... --> Ex: Banditaccia Necropolis
Roman Art
- Used Concrete
Concrete
- Very innovative... - more convenient than using marble because…
40 terms
Etruscan Art/Roman Art
Etruscan Art
Stucco
Terra-cotta
Founding of Rome
1000's-270 B.C.E.
a fine plaster used for wall decorations or moldings
a hard ceramic clay used for building or making pottery
753 B.C.E.
Etruscan Art
1000's-270 B.C.E.
Stucco
a fine plaster used for wall decorations or moldings
39 terms
Roman art key terms
Amphitheater
Arch
Arena
Atrium (pl. atria)
Literally: double theater. A Roman building type resembling t…
A curved structural member that spans an opening and is gener…
In a Roman amphitheater, the central area where bloody gladia…
The court of a Roman house that is partly open to the sky. Al…
Amphitheater
Literally: double theater. A Roman building type resembling t…
Arch
A curved structural member that spans an opening and is gener…
69 terms
Roman Art- Terms and Works of Art
Temple of Portunus
Sanctuary of Fortuna
House of the Silver Wedding
Portrait of a Man
One of the oldest temples in Rome; contains tablature, column…
Palestrina, Italy, late 2nd century BCE; Built into the side…
Pompeii; Roman Culture; architect unknown; Early Empire; c. 7…
Veristic male portrait. Marble, life-size. Musei Vaticani, Ro…
Temple of Portunus
One of the oldest temples in Rome; contains tablature, column…
Sanctuary of Fortuna
Palestrina, Italy, late 2nd century BCE; Built into the side…
12 terms
Roman Art terms
Barrel Vault
Groin Vault
Veristic/verism
Domus
Extremely or strictly naturalistic
House occupied by the upper classes
Barrel Vault
Groin Vault
69 terms
Roman Art- Terms and Works of Art
Temple of Portunus
Sanctuary of Fortuna
House of the Silver Wedding
Portrait of a Man
One of the oldest temples in Rome; contains tablature, column…
Palestrina, Italy, late 2nd century BCE; Built into the side…
Pompeii; Roman Culture; architect unknown; Early Empire; c. 7…
Veristic male portrait. Marble, life-size. Musei Vaticani, Ro…
Temple of Portunus
One of the oldest temples in Rome; contains tablature, column…
Sanctuary of Fortuna
Palestrina, Italy, late 2nd century BCE; Built into the side…
Roman Art Terms
arcade
arcuated
atmospheric perspective
atrium
A series of arches supported by columns or piers. Also, a cov…
Any form of construction using arches
Creating the illusion of depth of space by fading colors and…
...
arcade
A series of arches supported by columns or piers. Also, a cov…
arcuated
Any form of construction using arches
23 terms
Roman Art
Temple of Portunus
Theater Complex of Pompey
Victimarius from the Via di San Gregor…
Veristic Male Portrait
Rome. 80-70 BC. Has Italic style. Romans combine Greek with c…
Commemorated Pompey's victory, dedicated to Venus Victrix. Us…
Painted terra cotta. Now at Museo Capitolini, Rome. Shows an…
Marble, life size. Romans valued old people for experience. M…
Temple of Portunus
Rome. 80-70 BC. Has Italic style. Romans combine Greek with c…
Theater Complex of Pompey
Commemorated Pompey's victory, dedicated to Venus Victrix. Us…
11 terms
Roman Art Terms
arcade
arcuated
atmospheric perspective
atrium
a passageway defined by a series of arches
Any form of construction using arches
Creating the illusion of depth of space by fading colors and…
main room of a house
arcade
a passageway defined by a series of arches
arcuated
Any form of construction using arches
104 terms
Roman Art Terms
provenance
Findspot
in situ
stylistic analysis
Knowledge of origin
Place object is found
in its original place
Compares objects without dates to dated objects
provenance
Knowledge of origin
Findspot
Place object is found
61 terms
Terms for Roman art
Acanthus
Adlocutio
Aeneas
Aenid
A plant which grows in the Mediterranean. The plant features…
The posture of address used by Roman politicians and military…
A warrior of the Trojans during the Trojan War. He escaped fr…
An epic poem in Latin written by the Roman poet Virgil betwee…
Acanthus
A plant which grows in the Mediterranean. The plant features…
Adlocutio
The posture of address used by Roman politicians and military…
146 terms
Roman Art Terms Midterm
Millennium
B.C.
AD
Artifacts
A period of a thousand years. A century is 100 years, and a d…
Before Christ; B.C.E = before current era
Anno domini, "In the year of our lord"; C.E. = Current Era; t…
Portable objects made, modified, or transported by human acti…
Millennium
A period of a thousand years. A century is 100 years, and a d…
B.C.
Before Christ; B.C.E = before current era
75 terms
Etruscan and Roman Art: Terms
aisle
ala (pl. alae)
amphitheater
apotheosis
the portion of a basilica flanking the nave and separated fro…
one of a pair of rectangular recess at the back of the atrium…
Greek, "double theater." A Roman building type resembling two…
elevated to the rank of gods, or the ascent to heaven
aisle
the portion of a basilica flanking the nave and separated fro…
ala (pl. alae)
one of a pair of rectangular recess at the back of the atrium…
27 terms
Etruscan and Roman Art Terms
Roman Republic
Roman Empire
Veristic Sculpture... Head of a Roman Pat…
Statue of Augustus as General
509-27 BC
27 BC-410 AD
Extremely realistic sculpture, only describes roman art, real…
inspired by the Greek Doryphorus (classical), same contrappos…
Roman Republic
509-27 BC
Roman Empire
27 BC-410 AD
14 terms
Roman Art Terms
atrium
peristyle
Doric order
Ionic order
an architectural feature, a large open air or skylight covere…
a row of columns surrounding a space within a builiding, such…
one of three orders of ancient Greek or classical architectur…
another architectural order, characterized by volutes on colu…
atrium
an architectural feature, a large open air or skylight covere…
peristyle
a row of columns surrounding a space within a builiding, such…
APAH Roman art terms
Verism
Veneer
Exedrae
Arcades
the artistic preference of contemporary everyday subject matt…
In architecture, the exterior facing of a building, often in…
Semicircle niches
Series of arches
Verism
the artistic preference of contemporary everyday subject matt…
Veneer
In architecture, the exterior facing of a building, often in…
Roman Art Terms
verism
atrium
concrete
fresco
form of realism, artist preference of contemporary everyday s…
architecture: A rectangular court; a usually skylit central a…
a heavy, rough building material made from a mixture of broke…
the art or technique of painting on a moist, plaster surface…
verism
form of realism, artist preference of contemporary everyday s…
atrium
architecture: A rectangular court; a usually skylit central a…
100 terms
Roman Art I (Terms)
Orientalizing (Period)
Cerveteri (aka Caere)
Sarcophagus
Tumulus (pl. tumuli)
For the Etruscans, 750-575 BC, Characterized by a Near Easter…
Etruscan Town famous for the necropolis whihc featured many t…
a coffin made of stone, wood, or other material (depending on…
Tomb with a mound of earth on top that looks like a man-made…
Orientalizing (Period)
For the Etruscans, 750-575 BC, Characterized by a Near Easter…
Cerveteri (aka Caere)
Etruscan Town famous for the necropolis whihc featured many t…
Roman Art Key Terms
Amphitheater
Arch
Arena
Atrium (pl. atria)
Literally: Double Theater. A Roman building type resembling t…
A curved structural member that spans an opening and is gener…
In a Roman amphitheater, the central area where bloody gladia…
The court of a Roman house that is partly open to the sky. Al…
Amphitheater
Literally: Double Theater. A Roman building type resembling t…
Arch
A curved structural member that spans an opening and is gener…
Roman Art
"Maison carree"... 1st cent CE... Nimes, Fra…
"Pont du Gard"... 1st cent CE... Nimes, France
"Ara Pacis"... 1st cent CE... Rome
"The Colosseum"... 1st century CE... Rome
"Maison carree"... 1st cent CE... Nimes, Fra…
"Pont du Gard"... 1st cent CE... Nimes, France
38 terms
Roman Art Key Terms
amphitheater
arch
arena
atrium
double theater; a roman building type resembling two Greek th…
a curved structural member that spans an opening and is gener…
in a Roman amphitheater, the central area where bloody gladia…
the court of a Roman house that is partly open to the sky; al…
amphitheater
double theater; a roman building type resembling two Greek th…
arch
a curved structural member that spans an opening and is gener…
Roman Art Key Terms
Denarius
Domus
Drum
Encaustic
The standard Roman silver coin from which the word penny ulti…
A Roman private house.
The circular wall that supports a dome; also, one of the cyli…
Painting technique in which pigment is mixed with wax and app…
Denarius
The standard Roman silver coin from which the word penny ulti…
Domus
A Roman private house.
38 terms
Roman Art Key Terms
ampitheater
arch
arena
atrium
double theater
curved structural member that spans an opening and is general…
in a roman amphitheater, the central area where bloody gladia…
court of a roman house that is partly open to the sky
ampitheater
double theater
arch
curved structural member that spans an opening and is general…
8 terms
ROMAN ART AND ARCHITECTURE (terms)
verism
domus
fresco
atrium
artistic preference for everyday contemporary subject matter…
...
mural painting on fresh plaster; sometimes called buon fresco…
an open court in a Roman house or in front of a church.
verism
artistic preference for everyday contemporary subject matter…
domus
...
13 terms
Roman Art
Coffers
House of the Vettii... Pompeii, Italy... 2nd…
The Colosseum... Rome... 72-80 CE
Treasury, Monastery and Great Temple o…
Coffers
House of the Vettii... Pompeii, Italy... 2nd…
5 terms
Roman Art
Portrait of Augustus as general, ca. 2…
Colosseum, ca. 70 - 80 BCE
Column of Trajan,112 CE
Pantheon, 118 - 125 CE
Portrait of Augustus as general, ca. 2…
Colosseum, ca. 70 - 80 BCE
Roman Art Terms
Verism:
Domus:
Ferroconcrete:
Barrel Vault
Realism in painting and sculpture.
A private single family residence.
Cement reinforced with metal bars
A long corridor or tunnel made by placing one keystone arch i…
Verism:
Realism in painting and sculpture.
Domus:
A private single family residence.
37 terms
Roman Art Midterm - Key Terms
triumvirate
Caesar, Crassus, Pompey
Venus
Ides of March
An unofficial coalition between three people
the three men who made up the first triumvirate in 60 B.C.E.…
Roman goddess of love, sex, beauty, fertility, victory, prost…
March 15, 44 BC the day Ceasar was murdered
triumvirate
An unofficial coalition between three people
Caesar, Crassus, Pompey
the three men who made up the first triumvirate in 60 B.C.E.…
41 terms
Ancient Roman Art Terms
grantas
virtus
Otficoli
verism
seriousness of mind
virtue
ancient Ocriculum
sort of hyper-realism in sculpture where the naturally occurr…
grantas
seriousness of mind
virtus
virtue
22 terms
Roman Art: Periods and Terms
Etruscans
sarcophagus
verism
engaged column
Those who came before the Romans, resided in modern-day Italy.
A stone coffin. Often rectangular and decorated with a relief…
A style in which artists concern themselves with describing t…
A column attached to a wall.
Etruscans
Those who came before the Romans, resided in modern-day Italy.
sarcophagus
A stone coffin. Often rectangular and decorated with a relief…
Etruscan Roman Art Terms
Aspe
Barrel Vault
Basilica
Buttress
end of church marked by semicircle
tunnel vault; architectural element formed by the extrusion o…
rectangular building with a semi-circle at one end, divided u…
architectural structure built against or projecting from a wa…
Aspe
end of church marked by semicircle
Barrel Vault
tunnel vault; architectural element formed by the extrusion o…
22 terms
Greek and Roman Art
Sir Arthur Evans
Palace of King Minos, Crete
Fresco
Prince of the Lilies, Fresco, Crete, 1…
The father of Minoan archeology
Painting on wet plaster
Sir Arthur Evans
The father of Minoan archeology
Palace of King Minos, Crete
111 terms
Terms, Roman Art
impasto
bucchero
necropolis
antefix
thick grayish pottery made by many Iron Age communities in It…
fine black polished pottery made by the Etruscans, esp. in se…
"city of the dead," a large cemetery, esp. of an ancient city
an ornament at the eaves of a classical building concealing t…
impasto
thick grayish pottery made by many Iron Age communities in It…
bucchero
fine black polished pottery made by the Etruscans, esp. in se…
Roman Art
Cast Concrete
Round Arch
Barral Vault
Groin Vault
form which is cured in a controlled environment
masonry construction curved inward spanning an opening
a vault forming a hald cylinder; round arch expanded
intersection at right angles of barrel vaults
Cast Concrete
form which is cured in a controlled environment
Round Arch
masonry construction curved inward spanning an opening
12 terms
Terms: Roman Art
arcade
arcuated
atmospheric perspective
atrium
a series of arches supported by piers or columns
arch-shaped
creating the illusion of depth of space by fading colors and…
The central reception room of a Roman house that is partly op…
arcade
a series of arches supported by piers or columns
arcuated
arch-shaped
38 terms
Roman Art Key Terms
Amphitheater
Arch
Arena
Atrium
Roman building type resembling two Greek theaters put togethe…
A curved structural member that spans an opening and is gener…
In a Roman amphitheater, the central area where the bloody gl…
The court of a Roman house that is partly open to the sky. Al…
Amphitheater
Roman building type resembling two Greek theaters put togethe…
Arch
A curved structural member that spans an opening and is gener…
240 terms
Roman Art Terms
Aeneid
Athenaeus
Cicero
An epic poem in Latin written by the Roman poet Virgil betwee…
c. AD 200, a historian from Egypt who wrote in Greek.
A Roman lawyer and politician, 106-43 BC, who was caught up i…
Aeneid
An epic poem in Latin written by the Roman poet Virgil betwee…
Athenaeus
c. AD 200, a historian from Egypt who wrote in Greek.
23 terms
Roman Art terms
Aqueduct
Arcade
Atrium
Basilica
an overground system that conveys water
a row of arches
a courtyard in a Roman house of forum
in Roman architecture, a large axially planned building with…
Aqueduct
an overground system that conveys water
Arcade
a row of arches
Roman art terms
Fibula
Amphitheater
Apotheosis
Atrium
A brooch used to fasten garments at the shoulder in antiquity…
A building with rising tiers of seats for gladiator fights
The raising from human to god status, deceased emperor could…
Formal entranc3 hall of roman house, open to sky at centet an…
Fibula
A brooch used to fasten garments at the shoulder in antiquity…
Amphitheater
A building with rising tiers of seats for gladiator fights
37 terms
Roman Art Key Terms
Amphitheater
Arch
Arena
Atrium (pl. atria)
Literally: double theater. A Roman building type resembling t…
A curved structural member that spans an opening and is gener…
In a Roman amphitheater, the central arena where bloody gladi…
The court of a Roman house that is partly open to the sky. Al…
Amphitheater
Literally: double theater. A Roman building type resembling t…
Arch
A curved structural member that spans an opening and is gener…
25 terms
Roman Art Vocab. Terms
Ashlar Masonry
Atrium
Basilica
Bust
Carefully cut and grooved stones that support a building with…
A courtyard in a Roman house or before a Christian church. (p…
In Roman architecture, a large axially planned building with…
A sculpture depicting a head, neck, and upper chest of a figu…
Ashlar Masonry
Carefully cut and grooved stones that support a building with…
Atrium
A courtyard in a Roman house or before a Christian church. (p…
27 terms
ROMAN ART
What is the story of Rome one of?
What did early Roman art reflected in?
What are classical Greek and Roman col…
entablature
conquest and empire building
the influence of Etruscan art
a base... a shaft... a capital... an entablature
In Classical architecture the part of a building above the co…
What is the story of Rome one of?
conquest and empire building
What did early Roman art reflected in?
the influence of Etruscan art
17 terms
Roman Art Terms
Fauces
Atrium
Impluvium
Compluvium
vestibule or entryway from street into atrium
central space of the house
Water catch basin in atrium under roof opening
Opening in roof of atrium that lets in rainwater
Fauces
vestibule or entryway from street into atrium
Atrium
central space of the house
30 terms
Roman Art Terms
Portraits
Basilica Nova (New Basilica) Rome 306-…
Pantheon 117-125 Ce Temple of Gods gre…
portico
Funerary, civic, public and private, sculpture and painting;…
Form: Fenestrated concrete groin vaults. 300x215 brick faced…
high empire, Hadrian, greek concept of all gods, truly roman.…
Porch
Portraits
Funerary, civic, public and private, sculpture and painting;…
Basilica Nova (New Basilica) Rome 306-…
Form: Fenestrated concrete groin vaults. 300x215 brick faced…
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