The Built Environment
COLL 004 Blackboard site
images from Prof. Pittman's lectures on 1/29, 1/31, 2/5, and 2/7 (Prehistoric, Ancient Near East, Egypt):
|1. (Prehistoric), Lascaux, Dordogne,France. Two bull bisons- total width 8 ft.|
|2. Prehistoric, (France), Two Clay Bison, view from above.|
|3. Prehistoric, Venus from Willendorf, front.|
|4. (Prehistoric), Magdalenian, Carved Horsehead.|
|5. (Iranian), Neolithic, Boar from Tepe Sarab,whole .|
|6. Neolithic, (Palestine), Jericho: Human Skull with plaster features,skull with plaster features and cowrie shell eyes.|
|7. Neolithic Catal Huyuk, Level II, Shrine Grain Bin, Enthroned Female Figurine|
|8. Neolithic, (Anatolia), Catal Huyuk: Shrine E VII, Pregnant Goddess: painted relief.|
|9. Painted Shrine of Level 6, reconstruction drawing with rec. drawing B10 & 14|
|10. Houses of Level 6, reconstruction drawing and interior of typical main room.|
|11. (Mesopotamian), Neolithic, Nude Female Figurines from Tell es-Sawwan, whole|
|12.Uruk/Jemdet Nasr, Male Statuette. Priest-king from Uruk.front view - Proto-literate period.|
|13. (Mesopotamian), Uruk-Jemdat Nasr,Vase from E-anna precinct, Uruk. three views|
|14. (Mesopotamian), Uruk-Jemdet Nasr, Vase from E-anna precinct, Uruk. drawing of Warka vase|
|15. (Mesopotamian), Warka Tablet, Uruk.|
|16. Late Uruk period Uruk/Jemdet Nasr, Cylinder seal: Presentation of Offerings. Found Southern Mesopotamia, probably Uruk, seal showing the priest king and servant brining offerings to the symbols of the goddess Inanna.|
|17. (Egyptian), Statuette of Imhotep, late period.|
|18. (Egyptian), King Zoser .|
|19. (Egypt), 3rd Dynasty, Zoser Step Pyramid, south tomb, interior view|
|20. Palette of Narmer, Reverse.|
|21. Ramses II Temple, int: with seated Gods, distant.|
|22. (Egyptian), Hawk Stele of King Zet (Wadji) from Abydos,whole.|
|23. (Egypt), Imhotep, 3rd Dynasty - Old Kingdom,Zoser precinct. South Tomb, reconstruction of chamber, painting by Firth|
|24. 4th Dynasty, (Egyptian), Seated Figure of Cheops from Abydos.4th Dynasty.|
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revised: February 16, 2001