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Chapter 1: Prehistoric Times

1: Old Stone Age: Magic and Naturalism

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Venus of Willendorf front view (pp.1)

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Female head (Venus) from Brassempouy, Grotte du Pape (pp.1)

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Bison, sculpted reliefs from Tuc d’Audoubert cave, Ariege, France, ca. 13,000 B.C.E. (pp.2)

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Well Scene, mural from the cave at Lascaux, ca. 15,000-13,000 B.C.E. (pp.5)

2: New Stone Age: Animism and Geometricism

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Beaker with ibex motif; late Susa-Kuzajaran period (pp.11)

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Basin (pen)(pp.11)

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Jar with Four Ibexes (pp.11)

3: The Artist as Magician & Priest: Art as a Profession & Domestic Craft

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Superimposed animal images, palimpsest paintings from the Chauvet cave, Vallon-Pont-d’Arc, ca. 28,000 B.C.E. (pp.17)

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Ritual object (Bi) (pp.18)

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Mother and Child (Kourotrophos) view from side (pp.18)

Chapter 2: Ancient-Oriental Urban Cultures

1: Static and Dynamic Elements in Ancient-Oriental Art

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Heart Scarab of Hatnofer (pp.23)

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Gaming pieces (pp.23)

2: The Status of the Artist & the Organization of Artistic Production

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Female Offering Bearer (pp.25)

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Priests Performing Funeral Rites (pp.26)

3: The Stereotyping of Art in the Middle Kingdom

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Seated Statue of Sesostris III (pp.31)

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Head of a Man (pp.32)

4: Naturalism in the Age of Akhenaton

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Colossal Statue of Akhenaten (fragment): head and torso: det.: front (pp.37)

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Amenhotep IV (Akhenaton) and his family presenting offerings to Aton, from Tell el-Amarna (pp.37)

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Stele with solar disk and the family of Amenhotep IV (Akhenaton) (pp.38)

5: Mesopotamia

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Relief panels (pp.43)

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Hero subduing a lion (pp.44)

6: Crete

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Bull Jumping, from the palace complex at Knossos, Crete (pp.47)

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Marble seated harp player (pp.46)

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Pilgrim Flask with Octopus (Octopus Amphora) (pp.47)

Chapter 3: Greece and Rome

1: The Heroic and Homeric Times

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Fresco from Mycenae; Lady-in-waiting (pp.54)

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Vessel with Bulls and Birds (pp.59)

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Piriform Jar (pp.59)

2: The Archaic Style and Art at the Court of the Tyrants

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Terracotta krater (pp.60)

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Votive Kore from Chios (Votive Kore) (pp.61)

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Zeus (pp.62)

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Krater: Obverse: Naval Battle (pp.65)

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Base of statue: wrestlers (pp.64)

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Charioteer of Delphi (pp.64)

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Aegina: Temple of Aphaia: Ext.: West Pediment: 3 figures including Paris as archer & warrior (pp.64)

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Charging Warrior and Herakles as Archer: figures from R. side of E. pediment, Temple of Aphaia, Aegina, ca. 490-480 B.C. (pp.64)

3: Classical Art and Democracy

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Frieze from the Parthenon: detail of Poseidon, Apollo and Artemis (pp.80)

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Pensive (Mourning) Athena (pp.80)

4: The Age of Enlightenment in Greece

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Terracotta statuette of a standing woman (pp.81)

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Marble grave stele of a little girl (pp.83)

5: The Hellenistic Age

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Bronze statuette of a veiled and masked dancer (pp.94)

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Alexander Sarcophagus, oblique view (pp.94)

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Dying Gaul (pp.94)

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Laocoön (Roman copy) (pp.94)

6: The Empire and the End of the Ancient World

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Marble head of an elderly woman view 1 (pp.97)

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Portrait bust of a Roman man, ca. 80 B.C.E. (pp.97)

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Laocoon and his Sons (Laocoön) (pp.98)

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Head of a helmeted Roman soldier (pp.98)

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Statue of Dionysos leaning on a female figure (Hope Dionysos) view #1 (pp.98)

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Bronze portrait statue of a boy (pp.98)

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Column of Trajan
detail of spirals 17, 18, and 19 showing, from below, a battle for a Dacian fortress [bottom] legionaries building siege-works [center] and the Dacians submitting to the Emperor [top] (pp.99,100)

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Column of Trajan
detail of spirals 4, 5 and 6 showing the Emperor on a podium [bottom], soldiers and horses on ships in the river [center], and the Dacians being subjugated [top] (pp.99,100)

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View of the Arch of Constantine and the Colosseum (pp.100)

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Arch of Constantine, south front, west end, detail: Attic with Dacian captives flanking Two scenes from Marcus Aurelius’ campaign against the Germans (pp.100)

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Herculaneum: Samnite House: Painted wall decoration (pp.101)

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Boscoreale: Villa of P. Fannius Synistor: exedra: west wall: det.: snake, garland and mask Villa of P. Fannius Synistor (pp.101)

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Boscoreale: Villa of P. Fannius Synistor: unknown room: det.: temple Villa of P. Fannius Synistor (pp.101)

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Prima Porta: Villa of Livia: Main salon with mural fresco of garden and birds (pp.101)

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Wall painting from a cubiculum nocturnum (bedroom) (pp.101)

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Pompeii: mural from the Villa of the Mysteries (pp.101)

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Pompeii: mural from the Villa of the Mysteries (pp.101)

7: Poets and Artists in the Ancient World

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Chapter 4: The Middle Ages

1: The Spirituality of Early Christian Art

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Young Woman, Fayum Portrait (pp.110)

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Ravenna, Archiepiscopal Palace Chapel, Interior, Saint Paul in a Medallion (pp.110)

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The Three Holy Women and the Angel at the Empty Tomb; mosaic from the nave, Sant’ Apollinare Nuovo, Ravenna (pp.109)

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Gospel Book of Otto III: Christ washing the feet of his disciples (pp.109)

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Catacomb of Comodilla: det.: Virgin and Child between SS. Felix and Damian (pp.111)

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Christ Before Pilate, and the Suicide of Judas, Rossano Gospels, fol. 8r (pp.111)

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Christ Enthroned Between Angels, detail, nave, south wall, east end (pp.113)

2: The Artistic Style of Byzantine Caesaropapsim

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Emperor Justinian and his Attendants (pp.120)

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Constantinople, Hagia Sophia, Virgin and Child Enthroned between Emperors Justinian I, with the Model of Hagia Sophia [left], and Constantine I, with the Model of Byzantium (pp.)

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Church of Hagia Sophia (Holy Wisdom), Constantinople plan (pp.121)

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Christ enthroned; illumination from the Book of Kells, fol. 32v (pp.122)

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Book of Kells: Madonna and Child Enthroned with Angels, late 8th century (pp.122)

3: Causes and Consequences of Iconoclasm

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Pectoral Cross with the Virgin and Child, Saints Peter, John, and George (pp.126)

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Roundel from a Curtain (pp.127)

4: Art from the Age of the Migrations to the Carolingians Renaissance

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Shoulder-Clasps with Interlaced Boars and Geometric Patterns (pp.128)

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Book of Durrow: carpet page, cross surrounded by animal interlace, ca. 680 (pp.130)

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Book of Durrow ms. A. IV. 5 fol. 21v Symbol of Matthew, The Man (pp.130)

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Reliquary casket (from the church of Enger) (pp.136/137)

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Coronation Gospels fol. 178v St. John (pp.139)

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Utrecht Psalter (pp.140)

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Lorsch Gospels ms. Pal. lat. 50 fol. 67v St. John (pp.140/141)

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Plaque with Saint John the Evangelist (pp.141)

5: The Epic Poets and their Public

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6: The Organization of Artistic Production in the Monostaries

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Abbey of St. Gall From Klosterhof (pp.155)

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Monastery Church. Ground plan. Jarrow. (pp.157)

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Sant’Agnese fuori le mura. Plan with distribution of capitals and orders. Rome. (pp.157)

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Comparative Plans Pilgrimage road Churches (pp.157)

7: Feudalism and the Romanesque Style

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Church of Ste.-Madeleine (pp.169)

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Church of Ste.-Madeleine (pp.172)

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Weighing of Souls; detail from right side of the Apocalypse (Last Judgment) tympanum, Church of Saint Lazare, Autun (pp.171)

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Bayeux Tapestry; scene 43: Banquet before Battle (pp.173)

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Bayeux Tapestry; scene 58: Final Scene of the English Fleeing before the Norman Cavalry (Normans in Triumph at the Battle of Hastings) (pp.173)

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Scenes from the New Testament; detail of the Chosen and the Resurrection of the Dead (pp.175)

8: The Romanticism of Court Chivalry

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Cathedral of Notre Dame west facade (pp.176)

9: The Dualism of Gothic Art

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Assisi: San Francesco, Upper Church: Sermon to the Birds: det.: St. Francis (pp.212)

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Cathedral of Notre-Dame (pp.213)

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Chartres: Cathedral: Ext.: West portal, right door archivolt: Pythagoras and Donatus (priscian?) (pp.213)

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The Resurrection of Lazarus (pp.216/217)

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Diptych with Scenes from the Passion of Christ (pp.217)

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Southwark Cathedral of St. Saviour and St. Mary Overie (pp.218)

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Paris: Notre Dame Cathedral: Ext.: south flank (pp.220)

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Paris: Notre-Dame Cathedral: Ext.: S transept (pp.220)

10: Lodge and Guild

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Chartres Cathedral, Legend of Saint Chéron; detail of lowest register: Donors at work, Masons verifying that the building is plumb; Sculptors at work (pp.222)

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Saint-Pierre, south (tower) portal (pp.223)

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Chartres Cathedral: West front, Royal Portals, ca. 1145-1170 (pp.226)

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Saint-Pierre, south portal, trumeau: Isaiah (pp.228)

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Seraphim (pp.228)

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Madonna del Latte (pp.229)

11: The Middle-Class Art of the Late Gothic Period

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Touch; one of a series of six tapestries from the Lady and the Unicorn series, late 15th century (pp.239)

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The Wedding at Cana; detail of illumination from an English Great Bible, fol. 276 (pp.241)

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The Descent from the Cross (pp.241)

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Book of Hours. Use of Bayeux. whole page
Folio/Page #: fol. 008v (pp.242)

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Book of Hours. Use of Rome. opening
Folio/Page #: fol. 019v-020r (pp.242)

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Book of Hours for Rome Use: ms. Lewis E 108, fols. 109v-110: The Three Living and the Three Dead
Book of Hours, Use of Rome (pp.242)