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ARCHAIC KOUROI - NEW YORK
L7thCbc - NUDE, SYMMETRICAL, BEADED HAIR, ARCHAIC FEATURES, TRIANGLES IN FIGURE, LIFE SIZE, PURPOSE UNKNOWN
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ARCHAIC KOUROI - SOUNION
L7thCbc - SIMILAR TO NY, GIGANTIC, ONE OF GROUP DEDICATED TO POSEIDON
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ARCHAIC KOUROI - KLEOBIS & BITON
E6thCbc - DELPHI, BEGINNING OF ARCHAIC SMILE, IMPRESSION OF ROBUSTNESS THROUGH CURVED FORMS, COMMEMORATE PIOUS BROTHERS
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ARCHAIC KOUROI - ANAVYSOS
M6thCbc - BEGINNING OF NATURALISM, CURVED MASSES SUGGEST SOFT FLESH, PAINT ON EYEBALLS, REALISTIC EARS, IMPROVEMENTS = FAKE HAIR
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ARCHAIC KOUROI - ARISTODIKOS
L6thCbc - GRAVE MONUMENT, SHORT HAIR, SO REALISTIC CONVENTIONAL POSE = RIGID
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ARCHAIC KOURAI - NIKANDRE
M7thCbc- EARLIEST LARGE SCALE FEMALE FIGURE, DEDICATION TO ARTEMIS BY NIKANDRE, MINIMAL HINT OF FEMALE FORM, HEAVY DRAPERY
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ARCHAIC KOURAI - BERLIN STANDING GODDESS
E6thCbc - DOMINATED BY DRAPERY BUT LIVELIER APPROACH, FACE = BRIGHT & ALERT, HANDS AT DIFFERENT HEIGHT = INTEREST, FORMALLY STYLED HAIR, DRAPERY SWELLS OVER BOSOM & BUTTOCKS
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ARCHAIC KOURAI - KORE 675
L6thCbc - STANDARD DRAPERY: CHITON & DRAPED CLOAK, SKIRT TO ONE SIDE, BOSOMS INDICATED, STANDARD HAIR: RINGLETS &UNDULATING FRINGE & TIGHT CURLS, FOUND ATHENS ACROPOLIS
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ARCHAIC KOURAI - PEPLOS KORE
L6thCbc - BROAD SIMPLE DRAPERY, CLINCHED AT WAIST = YOUNG SUPPLE BODY, RADIANT FACE, ARCHAIC FEATURES
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TRANSITIONAL - PIRAEUS APOLLO
M-L6thCbc - BRONZE! OVER LIFE SIZE OF APOLLO, MATERIAL MEANS NEW FREEDOM: ARMS EXTENDED UNSUPPORTED & FEET ATTACHED THROUGH SOLES OF FEET
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EARLY CLASSICAL - KRITIOS BOY
E5thCbc - WEIGHT SHIFT ONTO BACK LEG, HEAD TURNED, NO MECHANICAL SMILE/RIGID STANCE/FORMAL SYMMETRY, SHALLOW INCISED HAIR, EYES MADE SEPARATELY
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EARLY CLASSICAL - BLOND BOY
E5thCbc - HEAD AT ANGLE: RELAXED & ASYMETRIC POSE, BEAUTIFUL FEATURES: SCULPTORS CONVEYING LIFE, BRONZE = PREFERRED MATERIAL OF GIFTED SCULPTORS
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EARLY CLASSICAL- DELPHIC CHARIOTEER
E-M5thCbc - EC DRAPERY = SIMPLE, DEDICATION TO APOLLO, INTROVERTED EXPRESSION, ASYMMETRIC POSE, FOLDS OF MATERIAL EXAGGERATED (BROKEN BY CHARIOT), ONE OF GROUP
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EARLY CLASSICAL - ARTEMISION ZEUS
M5thCbc - HURLING THUNDERBOLT/TRIDENT, FIGURE VARIED: STRAIGHT/BENT ARM WITH NON/WEIGHT BEARING LEG, NOT INTERESTING FROM ALL ANGLES, TORSO NOT RESPONDING TO MOVEMENT
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EARLY CLASSICAL - RIACE WARRIOR
M5thCbc - HIPS RESONDING TO WEIGHT SHIFT, UPPER TORSO UNRESPONSIVE, HEAD TURNED: COUNTERACTS STIFF IMPRESSION, BENT/STRAIGHT LIMBS CONTRASTED
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EARLY CLASSICAL - DISKOBOLOS
M5thCbc - HIGHLY PRAISED: STILL IN MIDST OF ACTION, ARC & RIGHT ANGLES OF ARMS = HARMONY, TORSO UNRESPONSIVE TO TWIST OF SWING
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HIGH CLASSICAL & POLYKLEITOS - DORYPHOROS (SPEAR BEARER)
440bc - BRONZE, ARGOS, PAUSE IN STEP FORWARD: TORSO RESPONDS, DYNAMIC EQUILIBRIUM: SIDE VIEWS ENLIVENED BY HEAD/ARMS/KNEE
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HIGH CLASSICAL & POLYKLEITOS - DIADOUMENOS (YOUTH)
430bc - OPPOSITION OF RELAXED/TENSE LIMBS ANDONED FOR GRACE, DOUBLE CURVE RUNS THROUGH TORSO, CONTRAPPOSTO: HIPS & SHOULDERS SLANT IN OPPOSITION
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5TH CENTURY FEMALES - HESTIA GIUSTIANA/GODDESS
M5thCb - DEVELOPMENTS IN DRAPERY: ELEGANCE & GRACE, HESTIA = SIMPLE & RESERVED IN COMPARISON TO LATER FIGURES
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5TH CENTURY FEMALES - KARYATID FROM ERECHTHEUM
L5thCbc - EXTREMELY INTRICATE DRAPERY, UNUSUALLY THIN OVER BOSOM: BEGINNING OF WET LOOK, CHARM REPLACING NOBILITY, ONE OF 6 USED AS COLUMNS
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5TH CENTURY FEMALES - APHRODITE FROM AGORA
L5thCbc - DRAPERY = MAIN FOCUS: SWIRL OF VIGOROUS CURVILINEAR EXUBERANT DRAPERY
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5TH CENTURY FEMALES - NIKE BY PAIONIOS
L5thCbc - WET LOOK SCULPTURE: SHOWS SPEED OF DESCENT, DRAPERY BILLOWS OUT: DRAMATIC & VIVID ILLUSION
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4TH CENTURY & LATE CLASSICAL - EIRENE & PLOUTOS
375bc - KEPHISODOTOS, PHILOSOPHY: WEALTH NURTURED BY PEACE, FORM SHOWN UNDER DRAPERY, TENDER EXPRESSION = INTIMACY & SUGGESTED RELATIONSHIP
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4TH CENTURY & LATE CLASSICAL - HERMES & DIONYSUS
M-L4thCbc - PRAXITELES, INTERACTION SHOWN BY GRAPES, CURVE IN FIGURE, MARBLE CONVEYS SOFT FLESH
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4TH CENTURY & LATE CLASSICAL - APHRODITE OF KNIDOS
M-L4thCbc - PRAXITELES, FIRST LARGE SCALE FEMALE (GODDESS!) NUDE, TURN OF HEAD: INTERRUPTED, HYDRIA WITH DRAPERY EXPLAINS NUDITY, CONTRAPPOSTO APPLIED TO FEMALE FORM
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4TH CENTURY & LATE CLASSICAL - RAGING MAENAD
M-L4thCbc - SKOPAS, VIOLENT TURN OF HEAD & ARCHED BACK & TWISTED TORSO = INTENSE EMOTION, DRAMATIC FEATURES: SQUARE SET JAW & DEEP SET EYES & PARTED LIPS
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4TH CENTURY & LATE CLASSICAL - APOXYMENOS
M-L4thCbc - LYSIPPOS, REVIVAL OF NATURALISM, ATHLETE RUBBING DOWN AFTER EXERCISE, MOBILE POSE: ARMS EXTENDED & ONE ACROSS TORSO & WEIGT SHIFT, VISUALLY EXCITING FROM ALL ANGLES
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L7thCbc - SIMILAR TO NY, GIGANTIC, ONE OF GROUP DEDICATED TO POSEIDON

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ARCHAIC KOUROI - SOUNION

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E6thCbc - DELPHI, BEGINNING OF ARCHAIC SMILE, IMPRESSION OF ROBUSTNESS THROUGH CURVED FORMS, COMMEMORATE PIOUS BROTHERS

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M6thCbc - BEGINNING OF NATURALISM, CURVED MASSES SUGGEST SOFT FLESH, PAINT ON EYEBALLS, REALISTIC EARS, IMPROVEMENTS = FAKE HAIR

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L6thCbc - GRAVE MONUMENT, SHORT HAIR, SO REALISTIC CONVENTIONAL POSE = RIGID

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