3 work please separate each subject be on time

  • Burial Art

Ancient Egyptian tombs contained art to help the soul transition from Life to Death and to help the deceased navigate the Underworld. Great care was taken to preserve the body for the journey into the Underworld. Compare and contrast modern day examples of burial art to that of the Ancient Egyptians. What are the similarities and what are the differences?

Students should make every effort to demonstrate in their responses that they have understood the assigned readings. Responses to peers should also be substantial and contribute to the discussion of the topic.

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Second assignment

  • Roman Influence

Look at the pictures of the Temple of Philae at Aswan and the Temple of Horus at Edfu (see the PowerPoint presentation). These were built in a period of Roman domination of Egypt. Mention something you see in/on/about one of these temples that indicate a Roman influenced change and describe it.

Students should make every effort to demonstrate in their responses that they have understood the assigned readings. Responses to peers should also be substantial and contribute to the discussion of the topic

3 Assignment answer each question

Question 1

  1. In which dynasty did the tombs of the elite develop into stone pyramids?





Question 2

  1. What is the name of this glyph that was used in funerary depictions to identify the deceased?





Question 3

  1. Frontality, or frontalism, was used to show three dimensional figures on a flat picture plane. What were some of the techniques that Ancient Egyptians used?

Composite perspectives

Navel shown in full view

Both eyes displayed shown

Face and feet point opposite directions

Limbs shown in profile view

Question 4

  1. During which period did artists develop a guide line system to aid in creating a proportional figure?

Predynastic Period

Old Kingdom

The Middle Kingdom

The Late Period

Question 5

  1. Imagine you are an Egyptian artist in the Old Kingdom. What characteristics could you use to differentiate between royal and servant figures?

Question 6

  1. Why is it so difficult for modern excavators and historians to obtain explicit details about the interior statues and treasures in royal temples and tombs?

Question 7

  1. Queens were often depicted with vulture headdresses, while kings were shows with a striped _________-headdress.

Question 8

  1. Give an example of one sacred animal or plant used in Egyptian art. Name and date a work that utilizes this symbol and give at least two facts about the animal or plant.

Question 9

  1. What is the best association for this type of figure?



Early Dynastic


 Question 10

  1. Upper Egypt and Lower Egypt were always ruled by at least two separate kings.



Question 11

  1. During which Dynasty did the youthful and idealized facial features of the ruling elite first change over to a more individualized and aged style?

2nd Dynasty

11th Dynasty

13th Dynasty

21st Dynasty

Question 12

  1. Starting in the Old Kingdom, artists would start by sketching a square ________________ to paint the figures in proportion.

Question 13

  1. What color is most often used as an association with the sun god?

Question 14

  1. Throughout Ancient Egypt, which items would be approporate in funerary decoration? (select all that apply)



Sun disk



Question 15

  1. From the Old Kingdom to the Late Period, women slowly gained more power in the arts, including owning their own funerary stelae and papyri, statues made in their likeness, and temple dedication.



 Question 16

  1. Kings in later dynasties tended to favor new construction of temples versus adding on to older existing temples.



Question 17

  1. What type of stone was the most common building material of royal pyramids?

Question 18

  1. Kings were often depicted holding these two objects, a __________ and ________, which were an insignia of royalty.
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