Part I has about 150 objective questions, some of them four minute AP slide questions from previous AP Art History tests. 

Part II, five and ten minute essay questions, about six, and 

Part III open note, about 70 items. Parts I & II will take place week of 12-15 October. We will work around the PSAT test. 

Seventh period, plan on Part I after lunch during 7th period on Wednesday, 13 October.

Fifth period, Part I (Not Open Note!!), Friday, 15 October. We will do the essays and open note Tuesday, 19 october. 

Seventh period, Part II, Friday, 15 October.

 Up next, Chapter 4, Aegean Art, Quiz on whole chapter, just as soon as we finish Chapters 1-3 tests..

More Egyptian handouts to be downloaded and printed out. See below.

Just posted, a new link. I discovered a great site for art history students. It's called ArtLex, and it's an illustrated  dictionary of art terms. Try it as a study aid. You'll like it. Click on Links to the left.

Also some good Egyptian sites, especially one called Eternal Egypt. Lots of good stuff here, lots of whiz bang multimedia presentations courtesy of IBM. Go to Egypt on the Links page Click on the logo or the url.




See reading assignment below.

Click here for list of Egypt terms. These are terms, names, places, etc. that I will mention in our study of Egypt. They are good to look up for study, and I won't have to spell them for you when we use them in class. Print out, punch, and keep in your notebook. 




Queen Tiy

Akhenaten and His Family Tutankhamun

Chapter Four, Aegean Art  reading quiz on entire chapter as soon as we finish "Mother of All First Three Chapters" test. 

 Here are some handouts to be downloaded, printed out, and brought to class. I fixed the second file. Load Adobe Acrobat first and then click on the link. 

Click and print.  Tutankhamon burial.pdf

Click and print. Tutankhamon tomb plan.pdf


Check out the travel page. Make your own contribution after a trip.


 For those who wish to purchase the text, Art History Second Edition by Marilyn Stokstad, I recommend the two volume, hardback, slip covered edition. The price is about $95.00; however the two paperback, school text volumes are $72.50 apiece. Remember, there is NO requirement to purchase the text.
There is also a huge one volume hardback edition for about $65.00. It's a backbreaker to carry but less expensive.

There are also used versions available, some at good prices. 

These texts may be found at any of the major on-line book stores. Here is a link to the boxed set at
Art History  by Marilyn Stokstad
-Two volume boxed set.

And to the backbreaking edition.  
Art History by Marilyn Stokstad
--One volume hardback.

 I highly recommend having a copy of a book called  The Annotated Mona Lisa. Students say this is the most useful review tool available for the AP Art History test.. She also has a book entitled The Annotated Arch about architecture. I think it's good, but I haven't really used it that much. 

Here is a link to the title at You can choose either new or used, all at a good price.. 
Annotated Mona Lisa