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Paleolithic
150-100 BC
150-100 BC
paleolithic
Neolithic
70-55 BC
Sumerian
35-31BC
35-31 BC
Sumerian
Egyptian Old Kingdom First Dynasty
30-28
30-28 BC
Egyptian Old Kingdom First Dynasty
Egpytian Old Kingdom Thirdy Dynasty
27 BC
27 BC
Egyptian Old Kingdom Third Dynasty
Egyptian Old Kingdom Fourth Dynasty
26-25BC
26-25
Egyptian Old Kingdom Fourth Dynasty
Neo-sumerian
21-20 BC
21-20 BC
Neo-sumerian
Neolithic in Western Europe
28-16 BC
28-16 BC
Neolithic in Western Europe
Egyptian New Kingdom
16-11
Minoan
16-15 BC
16-15 BC
Minoan
Mycenaean
14-13 BC
14-13 BC
Mycenaean
Assyrian
8-7 BC
8-7 BC
Assyrian
Neo-babylonian
6 BC
6 BC
Neo-babylonian
Achaemian Persian
6-4 BC
6-4
Achaemian Persian
Giza is the location of the pyramid
Cheops, Chepren, Mycerinus
Wooden columns with reverse tapers are located at
Knossos
The architect of the funerary temple at Thebes
Senmut
The temple of Queen HAtshepsut dates from
16-11 BC
Trithilons are located at
Stonehenge
The earliest known paved street was at
Kirohkitia
The plan of a mastaba is
Rectangular
The Ishtar gate is in
babylon
The form of a tholos was presented at
kirokita
There was a citadel at
Tiryns
There was a cell at
Eridu
21-20 BC
Neo-Sumerian
Animals depicted in heroic postions are at
Mycenae
Man-headed-winged-five-legged bulls were at
Mycenae
Location of Venus of Willendorf
Lascaux
During Paleolithic times humans refered to the cave as
the womb of mother earth
The farther you go into a paleolithic cave the chambers are said to be more
metaphysical-spirtual
The town with homes in very close proximity during neolithic times is
catal huyuk
There is an orthogonal grid set up in this neolithic town
catal huyuk
Mud-brick masonry first appears at
catal huyuk
The walls in this area are plastered and then painted with first known landscape design
catal huyuk
Timber framing is used in this location to support a post and lintel style roof
catal huyuk
Trabeated
post and lintel
The homes in this town have rectangular cubic mass
catal huyuk
The only way to enter these rectangular neolothis homes is
roof access
Elevated sleeping platforms are first seen here
catal huyuk
The roof entry of these houses also doubles as
hearth, catal huyuk
Painting is used as decoration, with a landscape of 2 volcanos here
catal huyuk
The first known paved street is located at the village of
Khirokitia
Tholos shaped homes are first seen here
Khirokitia
Random stone masonry is used in these tholos style huts
khirkitia
corbel domes are really
false domes
Meso means
between
potamia means
two rivers
The temple VII is located between what rivers
tigris and euphrates
Cuneiform
a style of writing of symbols on clay tablets
Cardinal points
n,s,e,w
Temple VII at Eridu is distinct because
we only know the ground plan
This temples four corners lines up with the cardinal points
temple VII, eridu
monumental edifice
the first time we see a temple like this, Temple VII
The walls at Temple VII
Mud brick buttressing, only serves as a design element
cella
waiting room of temple
The cella at Temple VII provides this sort of entry into the temple
indirect approach
The cella at Temple VII provides this sort of entry into the temple
indirect approach
This Temple was originally White Washed
White Temple on Ziggurat
Ziggurat is
a man made hill, platform for a temple
The Ziggurat at Warka has a plan that is
orthogonal but not rectangular
The sides of the White Temple are
battered and tappered backwards
The White temples approach is
extremely indirect you must go all the way around the building
Which temple has a double door entry for gods
White temple at warka
this temple contains an altar that is rectangular at one end and curved at the other
white temple at warka
The altar at the white temple at warka
round at one end, rectangular at the other
Kiln fired cones are at
cone mosaics, warka
The first show of polychromatic design is at
cone mosaics warka
The painting depicting a garden at thebes includes...
decorative ponds
There were light wells at
knossos
There were mortise and tenon joints at
stonehenge
There was a postern at
Tiryns
There was raking light at
The entry corridor at saqqara
Reversed tapered engaged columns framed the entry at
tholos tomb
The hanging garden at babylon
located above barrel vaults
There is an acropolis at
Mycenae
The neo-sumerian was from the
21-20 century BC
There is polygonal masonry at
tiryns
There is cyclopean masonry at
tiryns
There were large ceremonial stairs at
Ur