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1. Palace at Knossos


2. Aegean


3. Artist - Unknown


4. Time/Culture - 1900BCE/Minoan


5. Medium/Format - Brick/Wood Palace

1. Temple of Hera I Paestum


2. Greek


3. Artist - Unknown


4. Time/Culture - 550BCE/Greece


5. Medium/Format - Stone Temple

1. The Acropolis


2. Greek


3. Artist - Pericles


4. Time/Culture - 440 BCE/Greece


5. Stone Building Complex

1. The Parthenon


2. Greek


3. Artist - Pericles


4. Time/Culture - 440BCE/Greece


5. Stone Temple



1. The Erechtheion


2. Greek


3. Artist - Unknown


4. Time/Culture - 420 BCE/Greece


5. Stone Temple

1. Porch of Maidens


2. Greek


3. Artist - Unknown


4. Time/Culture - 420 BCE/Greece


5. Stone Temple



1. Greek Theater at Epidaurus


2. Greek


3. Artist - Polykeitos


4. Time/Culture - 350 BCE/Greece


5. Stone Amphitheater

1. Tomb of the Reliefs


2. Etruscan


3. Artist - Unknown


4. Time/Culture - 3rd Century BCE/Etruscan


5. Tufa Tomb

1. Pont du Gard-France


2. Roman


3. Artist - Unknown


4. Time/Culture - 16 CE/Roman


5. Concrete Aqueduct

1. House of the Faun (Plan View)


2. Roman


3. Artist - Unknown


4. Time/Culture - 79 AD/Roman


5. Concrete Home


1. Porta Maggiore


2. Roman


3. Artist - Unknown


4. Time/Culture - 50 CE/Roman


5. Concrete Triumphal Arch

1. The Colosseum


2. Roman


3. Artist - Unknown


4. Time/Culture - 70 CE/Roman


5. Concrete Amphitheater

1. Trajan's Forum


2. Roman


3. Artist - Apollodorus of Damascus


4. Time/Culture - 112 CE/Roman


5. Concrete Buildings

1. Trajan's Column


2. Roman


3. Artist - Apollodorus of Damascus


4. Time/Culture - 112 CE/Roman


5. Marble Tower

1. The Pantheon


2. Roman


3. Artist - Hadrian


4. Time/Culture - 118 CE/Roman


5. Concrete Temple

1. Basilica Nova


2. Roman


3. Artist - Constantine


4. Time/Culture - 118 CE/Roman


5. Concrete Law Court

1. Old St. Peter's


2. Roman


3. Artist - Constantine


4. Time/Culture - 320 CE/Roman


5. Wooden Christian Church

1. Bull-Leaping Fresco


2. Aegean


3. Artist - Unknown


4. 1400 BCE/Aegean


5. Fresco/Painting


1. Snake Goddess


2. Aegean


3. Artist - Unknown


4. 1600 BCE/Aegean


5. Clay/Sculpture


1. Harvester Vase


2. Aegean


3. Artist - unknown


4. 1650 BCE/Aegean


5. Stone/Pot


1. Dipylon Krater


2. Greek


3. Artist - Unknown


4. 740 BCE/Grek/Geometric


5. Ceramic Grave Marker


1. Achillies and Ajax Playing Dice


2. Greek


3. Artist - Exekias


4. 540 BCE/ Greek/ Archaic


5. Terracotta Black Figure Attic

1. Dying Warrior - West Temple of Aphia


2. Greek


3. Artist - Unknown


4. 490 BCE/Greek/Archaic


5. Marble Sculpture



1. Dying Warrior - East Temple of Aphaia


2. Greek


3. Artist - Unknown


4. 480 BCE/Greek/Classic


5. Marble Sculpture


1. Kritios Boy


2. Greek


3. Artist - Unknown


4. 480 BCE/Greek/Classic


5. Marble Sculpture


1. Riace Warrior


2. Greek


3. Artist - Unknown


4. 460 BCE/Greek/Classic


5. Bronze Sculpture


1. Seated Boxer


2. Greek


3. Artist - Unknown


4. 100 BCE/Greek/Hellenistic


5. Bronze Sculpture




1. Laocoon


2. Greek


3. Artist - Three Greeks


4. 42 BCE/Greek/ Hellenistic


5. Marble Sculpture

1. Villanovan Hut Urn


2. Etruscan


3. Artist - Unknown


4. 9th Century BCE/Etruscan


5. Clay Urn


1. Sarcophagus of the reclining couple


2. Etruscan


3. Artist - Unknown


4. 520 BCE/Etruscan


5. Terracotta Sarcophagus


1. Brawl at The Amphitheater/Pompeii


2. Roman


3. Artist - Unknown


4. Roman/Pompeii


5. Fresco/painting


1. Hercules strangling the Serpents


2. Roman


3. Artist - Unknown


4. 4th Style/Roman


5. Fresco/painting


1. Gessii Family Sarcophagus


2. Roman


3. Artist - unknown


4. 30 BCE/Roman


5. Stone/Sarcophagus


1. Flavian Woman


2. Roman


3. Artist - Unknown


4. 90 CE/Roman


5. Stone/Sculpture

Cycladic

the prehistoric art of the Aegean Islands around Delos, excluding Crete.

Minoan

The prehistoric art of Crete, named after the legendary King Minos of Knossos

Mycenaean

The prehistoric art of the Late Helladic period in Greece, named after the citadel of Mycenae

Knossos

the ancient Minoan palace and surrounding city on the island of Crete

Megaron

the great hall of the Grecian palace complexes. It was a rectangular hall, fronted by an open, two-columned porch, and a more or less central, open hearth vented though an oculus in the roof above it and surrounded by four columns.

True Wet Fresco

the art or technique of painting on a moist, plaster surface with colors ground up in water or a limewater mixture.

Cella

In Ancient Greek and Roman temples the cella is a room at the centre of the building, usually containing a cult image or statue representing the particular deity venerated in the temple.

Cult Statue

Image of a divinity that served in antiquity as a focal-point for worship and cult rituals. Most cult statues were housed in temples or shrines, although outdoor worship of images is also attested

Three Classical Orders

Doric, Ionic, Corinthian

Entasis

a slight convex curve in the shaft of a column, introduced to correct the visual illusion of concavity produced by a straight shaft.

Caryatid

a sculpted female figure serving as an architectural support taking the place of a column or a pillar supporting an entablature on her head. The Greek term karyatides literally means "maidens of Karyai", an ancient town of Peloponnese.