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Jeopardy
Jeopardy Guide

Created on March 06, 2018
Colors
Colors
1) Red & Blue : Purple
2) Blue & Yellow : Green
3) Red & White : Pink
4) Black & White : Grey

Created on February 15, 2018
SENI BUDAYA KELAS X
PENILAIAN AKHIR SEMESTER GASAL MATA PELAJARAN SENI BUDAYA
1) Lagu yang dinyanyikan oleh satu orang disebut.. : SOLO
2) Bila kita mendengakan lagu yang terdengar hanya suara music disebut.. : INSTRUMENTAL
3) Musik yang menggunakan suara manusia sebagai media utamanya adalah pengertian dari .... : Musik instrumental

Created on November 29, 2017
soal pramuka
ini soal pramuka penegak
1) Saka yang bergerak dalam bidang kelautan ? : taruna bumi
2) berapa jumlah dasa darma? : 10
3) Dhasa dharma ke-8 berbunyi ? : Disiplin berani dan setia.

Created on November 09, 2017
Study

1) calculator paper pencil,pen : concentrate

Created on October 27, 2017
ARH1101

1) When was the first camera obscure invented? : Eleventh Century
2) The device invented in the sixteenth century as a means of capturing and fixing images from the natural world whose name means "Dark Room" is the... : Camera obscure
3) A camera obscure can also project an upside-down image of the outside world using what? : No light
4) Why do the streets appear deserted in Daguerre's Le Boulevard Du Temple? : Because moving figures made no lasting light impression
5) What were the most successful images of Daguerre? : Still life

Created on October 19, 2016
Western Art: Prehist-Renaissance Exam 1
This section covers art history dating all the way back to Prehistoric art to Greek Art.gyp Topics discussed: Prehistoric Art -Paleolithic -Neolithic Egyptian Art -Old Kingdom -Middle Kingdom -New Kingdom And Ancient Greek Art -The Prehistoric Agean -Minoan Art -Geometric -Archaic -Early Classical -Classic -Hellenistic
1) Art Before History : I. Stone Age -first replica of a human face found by someone in 3,000,000 BCE -Waterworn pebble resembling a human face, from Makapansgat, South Africa, ca. 3,000,000 BCE. Reddish brown jasperite, approx. 2 3/8” wide. -It was discovered among the remains of natives but it was not native to the area found -NOT Art; man made; but it had to be important to the ppl/owner II. Paleolithic Art ("old stone" age) - 40,000 and earlier BCE -People were Migratory -Mostly pictures of mostly women and animals (topics of interest?) -Venus of Willendorf -Nude woman (Venus of Willendorf), from Willendorf, Austria, ca. 28,000–25,000 BCE. Limestone, 4 1/4” high. Naturhistorisches Museum, Vienna -scholars found this sculpture and other ones like it. -it was presumed to be a goddess/deity since it's a woman -possibly a fertility goddess(?) b/c of large breasts and belly -Ideal characteristic of a woman? - Two bison, reliefs in cave at Le Tuc d’Audoubert, France, ca. 15,000–10,000 BCE. Clay, each 2’ 7/8” long -It was a relief sculpture; someone wanted to make something permanent -Left wall of the Hall of the Bulls in the cave at Lascaux, France, ca. 16,000-14,000 BCE. Largest bull 11’ 6” long. -Nomadic ppl painted on the walls of the caves -Use of pigments -may have served as offerings or blessings or instruction manuals -animals in partial pfofile. -Rhinoceros, wounded man, and disemboweled bison, painting in the well of the cave at Lascaux, France ca. 16,000–14,000 BCE. Bison 3” 4 1/2” long. -first "man" (?) -bison is disemboweled (details of intestines) III. Neolithic Age ("new stone" age) -Humans domesticated animals and cultivated agriculture (less nomadic) -1st evidenced in Anatolia and Mesopotamia; 1st architecture -global warming caused ice cape to melt, rise sea level, and separate land -Human figure, from Ain Ghazal, Jordan, ca. 6750–6250 BCE. Plaster, painted and inlaid with bitumen, 3’ 5 3/8” high. Louvre, Paris. -made of plaster -used pigment on eyes and nose -large; not made for a nomadic group -A Restored view of a section of Level VI, Çatal Höyük, Turkey, ca. 6000–5900 BCE (John Swogger). -Deer hunt, detail of a wall painting from Level III, Çatal Höyük, Turkey, ca. 5750 BCE. Museum of Anatolian Civilization, Ankara. -shows attempt of making a culture and civilization -wall paintings show scenes of hunting -use of pigment -indication of common local dwelling -House 1, Skara Brae, Scotland, ca. 3100–2500 BCE. -experiment of stone structure -Aerial view of Stonehenge, Salisbury Plain, England, ca. 2550–1600 BCE. Circle is 97’ in diameter; trilithons 24’ high. -use of "sarsen" (a type of sandstone) IV. Ancient Mesopotamia and Persia -Modern day Iraq, Iran, and Persia -Region referred to as “cradle of civilization” -“Mesopotamia” = “between the Tigris and Euphrates” -Important Inventions -Wheel and plow -Control of floodwaters, construction of irrigation canals -City-states -Writing (Cunieform) V. Sumeria -Southern Iraq -about 12 city-states -rulers were early representatives of divinities -had division of labors due to vast agriculture -earliest written documents -first used pictographs -the time of the Epic of Gilgamesh -Presentation of offerings to Inanna (Warka Vase), from the Inanna temple complex, Uruk (modern Warka), Iraq, ca. 3200–3000 BCE. Alabaster, 3’ 1/4” high. National Museum of Iraq, Baghdad. -Inanna~ Sumerian goddess of love and war -Uruk (Modern Warka, Iraq) -Organized in horizontal bands -Levels of hierarchy -gift of offering; thanks to vast crops, water, and livestock -Votive offerings to the Goddess Inanna -goddess wearing headress w/ horns -hierarchy of scale -White Temple and ziggurat, Uruk (modern Warka), Iraq, ca. 3200–3000 BCE -made of mud bricks -no stone b/c there were no accessible quarries nearb -originally white-washed brick -possibly a temple of worship -cella: the room of the deity -also where the priest lived to communicate with the gods -commoners may make votive offerings. -Statuettes of two worshipers, from the Square Temple at Eshnunna (modern Tell Asmar), Iraq, ca. 2700 BCE. Gypsum, shell, and black limestone, man figure 2’ 4 ¼” high, woman 1’ 11 ¼” high. National Museum of Iraq, Baghdad. -large eyes and geometric shapes incorporated into bodies -War side of the Standard of Ur, from Tomb 779, Royal Cemetery, Ur (modern Tell Muqayyar) , Iraq, ca. 2600–2400 BCE. Wood, shell, lapis lazuli, and red limestone, 8” x 1’ 7”. British Museum, London. -chariots; lines of solider -Peace side of the Standard of Ur, from Tomb 779, Royal Cemetery, Ur (modern Tell Muqayyar) , Iraq, ca. 2600–2400 BCE . Wood, shell, lapis lazuli, and red limestone, 8” x 1’ 7”. British Museum, London. -this side and war side made of lapis lazuli; rare object -procession of a victory of war, following with a feast/harvest -Bull-headed harp with inlaid sound box, from the tomb of Pu-abi (tomb 800), Royal Cemetery, Ur (modern Tell Muqayyar), Iraq, ca. 2600–2400 BCE. Wood, gold, lapis lazuli, red limestone, and shell, 3’ 8 1/8” high. British Museum, London. -Banquet scene, cylinder seal (left) and its modern impression (right), from the tomb of Pu-abi (tomb 800), Royal Cemetery, Ur (modern Tell Muqayyar), Iraq, ca. 2600–2400 BCE. Lapis lazuli, 1 7/8” high, 1” diameter. British Museum, London. VI. Akkadians (2332 BCE) - Sumerian cities came under a single ruler, Sargon of Akkad (“true king”) - New type of royal power – complete loyalty to the king rather than the city-state -Victory stele of Naram-Sin, set up at Sippar, Iraq, found at Susa, Iran, 2254–2218 BCE. Pink sandstone, 6’ 7” high. Musée du Louvre, Paris. -Sargon's grandson -tells of Naram's conquest -Narambu (succeeding king) accented the stele by signing his name on it -use of landscape; sense of nature -Sun + Stars= celestial approval -hierarchy scale -horns on Naram's headress -c.2150 ~ Akkadian rule ended -est. a Neo-Sumerian state led by rulers by kings of Ur (this was short-lived) - Ziggurat (looking southwest), Ur (modern Tell Muqayyar), Iraq, ca. 2100 BCE. -made of bricks; about 50 feet tall VII. Babylonians -Neo Sumerian dynasty fell, system of independent city-state reemerged -One was Babylon, ruled by Hammurabi (ruled 1792-1750) -Hammurabi established sophisticated legal code -Stele with laws of Hammurabi, set up at Babylon, Iraq, found at Susa, Iran, ca. 1780 BCE. Basalt, 7’ 4” high. Musée du Louvre, Paris. -sun god giving approval of laws to Hammurabi -law code written in cuneiform -Neo-Babylonian -King Nebuchadnezzar -built wall around city of babylon - Ishtar Gate (restored), Babylon, Iraq, ca. 575 BCE. Vorderasiatisches Museum, Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, Berlin. -brick in covered glaze -decorated with animals

Created on September 21, 2016
French 1171 Final
French Cinema- Gangsters, Thrillers, & Classics May Term 2016 (online) Professor Célestin

Created on May 26, 2016
Vocabulary Words
Read the sentence and then answer the questions

Created on October 22, 2015
Art History
Quarter Exam
1) What is Art? : Applied and Fine Art

Created on October 12, 2015
Lebanon-Lancaster Virtual Academy Study Guides
Study guides for course to help prepare for exams, tests, etc.

Created on April 15, 2015
ULANGAN TIK
Pilihla salah satu
1) Yang bukan termasuk alat TIK .... : HP
2) yang termasuk alat input : printer

Created on April 14, 2015
German
Tip 1. This is Germans territorynot the Nazis ok Tip 2. We are the most richest country with 90,000,000 euros thats €90,000,000 Tip 3. If you like Nazis then dont join this study group Tip 4. Be nice Tip 5. This is a free study group so dont mind the other religions Tip 6. Talk freely just dont curse ok Tip 7. No dating Tip 8. Well mabey a little cursing like hell and mabey dating if you get permission Tip 9. This was started by a girl so yeah Tip 10. Learn as best as you can Tip 11. And finally have fun......
1) First studying math but the math is fun : First we start the numbers by saying them in german

Created on December 30, 2014
Shreya Ghoshal - Quiz

1) Who has Shreya sung the most number of duets with? : Sonu Nigam
2) Who gave Shreya her first break into Bollywood? : Sanjay Leela Bansali
3) On which TV show was Shreya named as "Judge Guru Shreya"? : Music Ka Maha Muqabala
4) Which music composer did Shreya say she'd work for, free of charge, if needs be? : Illayaraja
5) Who did Shreya tour the US with in 2010? : Atif Aslam

Created on June 16, 2014
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