ARTH 101601

European Art & Civilization before 1400
Professor: Coates
Lecture 4 & 5

1. Funerary Temple of Queen Hatshepsut, Deir el Bahari.
2. 18th dynasty, New Kingdom, Amon-Re Temple, east facade entrance and obelisk, head on, c.1390-1213 BC, Luxor, Egypt.
3. 18th dynasty, New Kingdom, Amon-Re Temple, general view with seated statues, c1390-1213 BC, Luxor, Egypt.
4. 18th dynasty New Kingdom, Amon-Re Temple, plan.
5. Akhaten, plan.
6. Akhenaten, colossal statue from Karnak.
7. Nefertiti.
8. 18th Dynasty, Nefertiti from Tel El Amarna, front left, c.1349-1336 BC, Tell el-Amarna, Egypt. (Copyright Protected. Duplication Forbidden)
9. Back Rest of Throne from the Tomb of Tutenkhamun.
10. 18th dynasty, Tutankhamun tomb, artifact: Lion Throne, frontal view, c.1325 BC, Thebes, Egypt.
11. 18th dynasty, Tutankhamun tomb, artifact: Gold Death Mask, c.1325 BC, Thebes, Egypt.
12. 19th dynasty, Temple of Ramses II, exterior w/ colossi, oblique view.
13. Tomb of Sennedjem, Deir el Medina.
14. 18th Dynasty, Tomb of Sennedjem, artifact: Ushabtis figurines against tomb background,1314-1197 BC, Deir el Medina.
15. Last Judgement before Osiris, from The Book of the Dead of Hunefer.
16. Horus Temple, exterior, Ptolemaic pylon, Edfu.
17. Temple of Horus, plan, Edfu.
18. Palace of Knossos, plan, c.1600-1400 B.C., Knossos, Crete.
19. Palace at Knossos, Queen's Megaron, reconstruction, Knossos, Crete.
20. Palace at Knossos, interior: Queen's Megaron with dolphin fresco, Knossos, Crete. (Copyright Protected. Duplication Forbidden)
21. Snake Goddess from Knossos, Irakleion, Crete: Archaeological Museum.
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