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Greek Art and Archaeology

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Summary

Extensively illustrated and clearly written, this book examines the major categories of Greek architecture, sculpture, vasepainting, wallpainting, and metalwork in a historical, social, and archaeological context. It blends factual information with stimulating interpretation and juxtaposes long-standing notions with the latest archaeological discoveries and hypotheses.Focusing on form, function, and history of style, the book explores art and artifacts chronologically from the Early Bronze through the Hellenistic eras (ca. 3000 to ca. 30 BC)and by medium.For individuals who appreciateand want to better understandthe art and history of Greece.

Author Biography

John G. Pedley is Professor Emeritus of Classical Archaeology and Greek at the University of Michigan.

Table of Contents

PREFACE 8

INTRODUCTION 10

The Recovery of Antiquity 13

The Eighteenth Century 17

The Nineteenth Century 19

The Twentieth Century 21

The Twenty-First Century 23

Literary Sources 26

The Development of Classical Archaeology 27

Culture and Society HARRIET BOYD HAWES: AMERICAN PIONEER 20

MAP The Greek World 12

 

Chapter 1 THE AEGEAN IN THE THIRD MILLENNIUM C. 3000—2000 BC 30

Chronology 32

Crete 34

Architecture 34

Pottery and Stonework 35

The Cyclades 37

Architecture 37

Sculpture 37

Pottery and Stonework 40

Greece 40

Architecture 41

Pottery 43

MAP Minoan Crete and the Bronze Age Aegean 32

 

Chapter 2 THE MIDDLE BRONZE AGE C. 2000—1550 BC 44

Crete 46

Architecture 46

Sculpture 48

Pottery 52

The Cyclades 52

Architecture 52

Pottery 54

Greece 54

Architecture 54

Pottery 55

Troy 56

Controversies and Issues ART AND THE FORGERY 50

Controversies and Issues HEINRICH SCHLIEMANN: SCHOLAR OR RASCAL? 56

Controversies and Issues PRIAM’S TREASURE: DOUBTS AND DIFFICULTIES 59

 

Chapter 3 THE LATE BRONZE AGE C. 1550—1100 BC 60

The Shipwreck off Uluburun 62

Crete 63

Architecture and Wall Painting 63

Sculpture and Pottery 70

Scripts 77

Minoan Religion 79

The LM III Period 81

The Cyclades 81

Keos 81

Melos: Phylakopi III 81

The Minoan Thalassocracy 81

Pottery 81

Thera 83

The Volcanic Eruption 85

Melos: Phylakopi IV 85

Greece 86

The Grave Circles at Mycenae 86

Architecture and Wall Painting 89

Sculpture and Pottery 95

Troy and the End of the Bronze Age in Greece 99

Culture and Society LINEAR B AND ITS DECIPHERMENT 76

 

Chapter 4 THE DARK AGE AND GEOMETRIC GREECE C. 1100—700 BC 102

Architecture 105

Sculpture 110

Pottery 112

Colonization 118

Culture and Society BURYING THE DEAD 115

MAP The Greek World to c. 400 BC 104

MAP South Italy and Sicily 119

 

Chapter 5 THE ORIENTALIZING PERIOD C. 700—600 BC 120

Pottery 121

Corinth 122

Athens 126

East Greece and the Islands 129

Architecture and Architectural Sculpture 131

Sculpture 139

Culture and Society DRINKING AND DINING: THE SYMPOSIUM 125

Culture and Society FOOD 135

 

Chapter 6 ARCHAIC GREECE C. 600—480 BC 146

Athens 147

Architecture and Architectural Sculpture 150

The Orders 150

Doric Temples 151

Ionic Temples 154

The Cyclades 156

Temple Functions 156

Sanctuaries 158

Doric and Ionic Treasuries 160

Sicily and South Italy 164

Athens 170

Sculpture 171

Kouroi 172

Korai 176

Reliefs 187

Pottery 189

Athens 192

Corinth 196

Laconia, East Greece, and the West 197

Athenian Red-figure 200

Culture and Society COINS AND COINAGE 149

Controversies and Issues THE GETTY KOUROS: IS IT FOR REAL? 181

Culture and Society CONNOISSEURSHIP 196

MAP Greece and the Aegean 148

 

Chapter 7 THE PERIOD OF TRANSITION C. 480—450 BC 206

Athens and the Western Greeks 209

The Women’s World 210

Architecture and Architectural Sculpture 213

Aegina 213

Olympia 214

The Olympic Games 221

Sicily and South Italy 223

Athens 227

Sculpture 229

Pottery and Wall Painting 242

Culture and Society SILVER MINES AND SILVER

COINS AT ATHENS 208

Culture and Society HOMOSEXUALITY 243

 

Chapter 8 THE HIGH CLASSICAL PERIOD C. 450—400 BC 248

The Peloponnesian War 250

Architecture and Architectural Sculpture 251

Athens 251

Sicily and South Italy 274

Sculpture 276

Pottery and Wall Painting 281

Controversies and Issues LORD ELGIN AND THE PARTHENON MARBLES 263

MAP Attica 256

 

Chapter 9 THE FOURTH CENTURY C. 400—300 BC 288

Architecture and Architectural Sculpture 293

Bassae 293

Epidauros 294

Athens 297

Olynthos 299

Priene 300

Halikarnassos 302

Sculpture 305

Alexander the Great 312

Pottery 318

Wall Painting and Mosaics 322

Macedon 325

Vergina 325

Pella 334

Lefkadia 336

Controversies and Issues THE THEATER AT ATHENS: WERE WOMEN IN THE AUDIENCE? 326

Controversies and Issues VERGINA: THE TOMB OF PHILIP (BUT WHICH PHILIP?) 333

MAP The Greek World. c. 400—30 BC 290

 

Chapter 10 THE HELLENISTIC PERIOD C. 323—31 BC 338

Rome and Greece 340

Architecture 341

Pergamon 341

Kos 345

Magnesia and Didyma 345

Athens 348

Miletus 351

Syracuse 354

Sculpture 354

Wall Painting and Mosaics 377

Pottery 382

Culture and Society THE ANTIKYTHERA MECHANISM 343

Culture and Society SALVAGE ARCHAEOLOGY 352

 

Conclusion 386

Chronology 388

Glossary 389

Select Bibliography 392

Photographic Credits 394

Index 395



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