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The Old Kingdom Egyptian “Kahfre enthroned’

(1) COMPARE the Old Kingdom
Egyptian “Kahfre enthroned’ c. 2490- 2472 bc with “Seated Scribe” c.
2620- 2500 bc from the same place and period. How do they express
Egyptian Theory of the Afterlife and the form and sculptural
presentation the social status of the OLD KINGDOM individuals
represented,in terms of sculptural form, size, formality, use of
materials?

(1)
COMPARE the Old Kingdom Egyptian “Kahfre enthroned’ c. 2490- 2472 bc
with “Seated Scribe” c. 2620- 2500 bc from the same place and period.
How do they express Egyptian Theory of the Afterlife and the form and
sculptural presentation the social status of the OLD KINGDOM individuals
represented,in terms of sculptural form, size, formality, use of
materials?

(2)
COMPARE The NEW KINGDOM Egyptian “Temple Tomb Of Queen Hatshepsut” 1473
– 1458 bc with CLASSICAL Greek “the Parthenon, Temple of Athena” 447 –
338 bc Two Major Temples from New Kingdom Egypt and Classical Athens,
Greece. What are the differing functions of these large ambitious
Temples? How do they define these two very different cultures, why is
“the Parthenon so particularly influential for the European future.

(3)
The Athenian Greek sculpture made by Polykleitos of Argos, “The Spear
Bearer” (the original of which was called the “Canon”) and defines the
innovations of the immensely important CLASSICAL PERIOD in Greece. WHY?
(DESCRIBE THIS WORK AS AN ORIGINAL NOT AS A COPY or you will do this
paper over!) Discuss and define how this work defines the innovations of
the classical era. How does it differ from the Greek Archaic “Kouros”
of c. 525 bc? The poses are very different in important ways. Why? How
do mathematics play a role?

(4)
COMPARE The REPUBLICAN Roman Bronze Sculpture “Aule Metele” early 1st
c. BC with the IMPERIAL Roman “AUGUSTUS from PRIMAPORTA”, early 1st c.
AD, How do these works define these differing ROMAN historical eras in
terms of depicted political attitudes, use of materials, realism,
degrees of influence from Ancient Greece, modesty or arrogance?