ARTH 101

European Art and Civilization Before 1400
Professor: Pittman
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Lecture 7

1. Oldenburg, Claes (1929-, American), Split Button (long view), Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania, Blanche Levy Park
2. Proleek Tripod Dolmen (general view), Ballmascanlon, County Louth, Ireland
3. Stone Alignments at Carnac, France, 3rd millenium B.C. (aerial view)
4. Alignment of Menhirs, Carnac, Brittany, France, c.4000 B.C.
5. New Grange, Ireland: Passage Grave., 3rd millenium BC (view into corbelled vault)
6. Reconstruction Drawing of the Temple at Ggantija, Gozo, Malta
7. Gozo, Malta: Larger Temple, Ggantija., 3rd millenium B.C. (southern apse of west trefoil, interior view)
8. Malta: Entrance to Temple, Mnaidra
9. Mother Goddess, Tarxien, Malta., before 2500 B.C.
10. Stonehenge (aerial view)
11. Plan of four stages of Stonehenge: A. Stonehenge I, c.2750 B.C.; B. Stonehenge II, later 3rd millenium; C. Stonehenge III; D. Stonehenge IV, c.1500 B.C.
12. Model of the city of Rome with a view of the Circus Maximus
13. Ur, Iraq: Residential Area Southest of the Royal Mausolea in the 20th C. B.C.
14. Map of the Spread of Civilizations., 3500-1500 B.C.
15. Knossos, Crete: Overview of Minoan palace complex from Hagios Elias hill
16. Map of Art-Arch locations & Types of Pyramids from Cairo-Hawara&El-Lahun w/inset of entirity of Egypt
17. Egypt: Banks of the Nile (general view)
18. Map of Assyrian Empire
19. View of flooded stream carrying heavy rain water from mountains into the Tigris River
20. Reforestaion Project at Kermanshah., Iran (1970s)
21. Hor, Iraq: Aerial view of Madan Village
22. Tigris River, N. Mesopotamia: View of Dessicated Branch of the Tigris (B&W)
23. Cross-lined Bowl with Hippopotami from Mesa'eed
24. Beaker, from Susa, capital of Elam (now Iran). (circa 5000-4000 B.C.)
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