Faces of Rome: Kingdom, Republic, and Empire
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Faces of Rome: Kingdom, Republic, and Empire

Images of Power and Decline
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23 students enrolled
Created by Dr. Lily Filson
Last updated 5/2018
English
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This course includes
  • 1 hour on-demand video
  • 6 downloadable resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • Students will learn the key developments, vocabulary terms, and works of art which are associated with the Roman civilization and style.
Requirements
  • Students who have completed the preceding course "The Etruscans in the Art History of Ancient Italy" will be most prepared to appreciate the broad view of how art developed in the ancient world, but this course also can stand alone and provide a solid grounding in Roman art and civilization.
Description

The Roman Empire  achieved the conquest of virtually all of the Western European continent by the first centuries of the first millennium C.E. Hand-in-hand with their extraordinary military and political history goes the use of images conscripted to serve their larger ambitions. This course takes a look at Roman portrait sculpture, as well as the Four Orders of Roman Wall painting, with the broad arch of Rome's fortunes from birth, to rise, and eventual decline.

Who this course is for:
  • High school, university, and graduate students will find both a review of key pieces and developments as well as original research and connections which are exclusive to this course.
Course content
Expand all 6 lectures 48:47
+ Empire
4 lectures 37:57
The Transition to Empire
11:35
The Four Styles of Roman Wall Painting
08:14
New Kinds of Emperors, New Kinds of Portraits
09:33
Faces of the Dead with Course Vocabulary Review
08:35