Substantive Education

Study Links for Test One

Here are the links of the information to study for the test. The pieces you will be tested on are listed under each page. You will need to identify it and tell me what you know about it, giving the civilization that it came from. The more information you can give on each piece the better. We have reviewed the most recognizable works in class. There are also some vocabulary words (also listed below)…all of these should already be familiar.

This page is the information on paleolithic art. You need to be able to recognize

cave painting

Skara Brae, Scotland (a settlement)

Megalithic structures (like stonehenge)

Woman from Brassempouy

Woman from Willendorf

This page has information about

Chatel Huyuk

Cuniforms

Ziggurats

The Vase from the temple of Inanna

Votive Figures

Gudea

You should also understand the terms ‘register’ (as used in relation to the vase)

and Hieratic Scale.

This page has information about

The Stele of Hammurabi

The Blue Gates of Babylon

The Hanging Gardens of Babylon

This page has information about

Assyria

Guardian Figures

Lion Hunt Scene (relief sculpture)

Nimrod God

This page has information about the Hittites

The Lion Guardians

Small figurine

This page has information about Cyclidic Art

The Frying Pans

Man playing the harp

Full Horizontal sculptures

This page has information about Minoan Art

The palace at KNossos…know general information about this

The storage Jars

Bull riding mural

Kamares Ware

Marine Ware

Columns

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