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ART HISTORY I
LECTURE 22: Transcendentalism in Hellenistic Art

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below: Wounded Niobid, copy, marble, c. 59" h, c. 430 B.C. (Terme Museum, Rome):




below left: Hanging Marsyas, copy, marble, c. 8.4' h, c. 250-200 B.C. (Louvre, Paris):
below right: Scythian Knifegrinder, from Hanging Marsyas group, copy, marble, c. 3.4' h, c. 250-200 B.C. (Uffizi, Florence):



below left: Athena from Athena and Marsyas group, attributed to Myron, copy, marble, c. 5.7' h, c. 450 B.C. (Städt. Galerie, Frankfurt):
below right: Marsyas from Athena and Marsya group, attributed to Myron, copy, marlbe, c. 5.2' h, c. 450 B.C. (Laterno Museum, Rome):



below: Drawing reconstruction of Athena and Marsyas group attributed to Myron, c. 450 B.C.:



below: Laocoön, attributed to the three Rhodians Athanadoros, Hagesandros and Polydoros, copy, marble,
c. 6' h, c. 200 B.C. (Vatican Museums, Rome):




below: Detail from the Laocoön:



below: Lapith, Centaur and Maiden, detail from west pediment of The Temple of Zeus, Olympia, marble,
over-life-size, c. 471-456. (Olympia Museum):



below: Detail of Zeus of Artemisium, attributed to Kalamis, cast bronze, c. 6.8' h, c. 460-450 B.C.
(National Museum, Athens):




below: Terme Boxer, cast bronze with inlaid copper, c. 3.9' h, c. 3rd-2nd cent. B.C. (Terme Museum, Rome):



below: Apollo, from Cyrene, copy, marble, c. 9.5' h, c. 3rd-2nd cent. B.C. (British Museum, London):



below: Barberini Faun, copy, marble, c. 7' h, c. 200 B.C. (Glyptothek, Munich)



below two: Sleeping Hermaphrodite, copy, marble, c. 4.8' l, c. 3rd-2nd cent. B.C. (Terme Museum, Rome):



below: West facade / entrance of the Altar of Zeus at Pergamon (Pergamum), (a.k.a. The Great Altar of Pergamon), total altar dimensions: c. 112 x 120', c. 180 B.C. (Pergamum Museum, Berlin):



below: Groundplan of the Great Altar of Pergamon:



below: Model reconstruction of the Great Altar of Pergamon on the Pergamene acropolis
(Pergamum Museum, Berlin):



below: East frieze panels showing Athena battling a giant (Alkyoneos), from the Great Altar of Pergamon, marble, c. 7.5' h, c. 180 B.C. (Pergamum Museum, Berlin):



below: Frieze on the north wing, from the Great Altar of Pergamon, marble, c. 7.5' h, c. 180 B.C.
(Pergamum Museum, Berlin):



below: Detail from the east frieze panels showing the giant (Alkyoneos), from the Great Altar of Pergamon, marble, c. 180 B.C. (Pergamum Museum, Berlin):



below: Telephos builds an altar, panel from the Telephos frieze, from inside the Great Altar of Pergamon, marble, c. 5.2' h, c. 180 B.C. (Pergamum Museum, Berlin):



below: Telephos is greeted by Teuthras, panel from the Telephos frieze showing Telephos, Odysseus and Achilles (with spear), from inside the Great Altar of Pergamon, marble, c. 5.2' h, c. 180 B.C.
(Pergamum Museum, Berlin):




below: Offering to Athena idol, panel from the Telephos frieze showing founding of the Athena cult, from inside the Great Altar of Pergamon, marble, c. 5.2' h, c. 180 B.C. (Pergamum Museum, Berlin):



below: Drawing reconstruction of Pergamene Gallic group monument:



below: Ludovisi Gaul and Wife, from Gallic group monument in the sanctuary of Athena on the Pergamene acropolis, copy, marble, c. 6.9' h, c. 230-220 B.C. (Terme Museum, Rome):



below: Capitoline Dying Gaul from the same Gallic group monument in the sanctuary of Athena on the Pergamene acropolis, copy, marble, c. 6' l, c. 230-220 B.C. (Capitoline Museum, Rome):



below: Riace Warrior A, found near Riace, Italy, cast bronze, c. 6.5' h, c. 460-450 B.C.
(Regional Museum, Reggio):



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