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On to Rome!

Rome will be divided into three chunks: 1. Etruscan to Empire, pp. 224-245; 2. Empire, Part I, pp. 246-267; 3. High and Late Empire, pp. 267-end.

Rome 3, next class! 

There's the Basilica/Pantheon file I promised below.

Then on to Early Christian (One chunk). The Early Christian and Byzantine Presentations and Flash cards are ready to download and use. 

Pont du Gard

 

Here are the Rome downloads.
You need these! You may use them for the Open Note part of the Mother of All Ancient World Test.
Keep an eye open for additions to this list.
  

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RomeTerms.pdf                       RomeOutline.pdf                     Pont-du-Gard-Map.pdf

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BasilicaPantheon.pdf

 

 

Mother of all Greek Tests--5th & 7th periods begin Tuesday, 15 November, 4th period, begins Wednesday, 16 November. 

Reminder, get going on Reteach/retest and extra credit immediately!

Another reminder, "Mother of" tests: Part 1 = Scantron objective; Part 2 = Essays; Part 3 = Open Note. This is so even if the parts are not administered in this order.

It hurts!

Check out and use the  ArtLex site. Try it as a study aid. You'll like it. Click on Links to the left.

Polykleitos Doryphoros Parthenon


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 Amazon.com.
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 Amazon.com. You can choose either new or used, all at a good price.. 
Annotated Mona Lisa