Please note that this quarter schedule is in the process of being revised for a semester schedule course.


Greek Art

Week One:
	Lecture 1:	From Geometric to Early Archaic Art
	Robertson: 1-22

	Lecture 2:	Archaic
	Robertson: 23-39

Week Two
	Lecture 3:	Late Archaic and Early Classical: Sculpture
	Robertson: 40-60
	Pollitt: 3-14

	Lecture 4:	Early Classical: Painting
	Robertson: 60-79
	Pollitt: 15-63.

Week Three
	Lecture 5	Early Classical: Architecture
	Robertson: 79-89
	Pollitt: as above

	Lecture 6	The Parthenon
	Robertson: 90-106
	Pollitt: 64-110

Week Four
	Lecture 7	Later Fifth Century Art and Architecture
	Robertson; 106-130
	Pollitt: 111-135

	Lecture 8	The Fourth Century
	Robertson: 131-156
	Pollitt: 136-196

Week Five
	Lecture 9	Late Classical to Hellenistic I
	Robertson: 157-208
	Pollitt: as above

	Lecture 10	Late Classical to Hellenistic II
	Robertson: as above
Week Six
	Lecture 11	Midterm

Roman Art

	Lecture 12	Origins of Rome and the Etruscans
	Ramage: 9-43

Week Seven
	Lecture 13	Republican Rome
	Ramage: 44-65

	Lecture 14	Republican Rome
	Ramage: 65-79

Week Eight
	Lecture 15	Imperial Rome: the Augustan Age
	Ramage: 80-103

	Lecture 16	The Julio-Claudians and the Flavians
	Ramage: 104-139

Week Nine
	Lecture 17	Pompeii and Herculaneum
	Ramage: 140-149
	Also: John B. Ward-Perkins, Pompeii AD 79 (selections)

	Lecture 18	Trajan to Hadrian
	Ramage: 150-193
	Also: Robert Mark and Paul Hutchinson, "On the Structure of the Roman 		
	Pantheon", Art Bulletin, vol. 68 (1986): 22-34.
*William L. McDonald, The Pantheon: 11-92. *Paul Davies and David Hemsoll, "The Pantheon: Triumph of Rome or Triumph of Compromise", Art History, vol. 10 (1987): 133-153. Week Ten Lecture 19 Later Roman Art Ramage: 194-251 Lecture 20 Christian Rome Reading: R. Krautheimer, "Rome and Constantine" and his "The Christianization of Rome and the Romanization of Christianity" both from Rome: Profile of a City: 3-58.

Index of Art 360 Course Site

Course Requirements
On the Quizzes
The Midterm
On the Final
The Research Paper
Ancient Art Bibliography
NEWS for Ancient Art and Architecture
Art History Courses page

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