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 ART IMAGES 

 PERIOD 3, 600 - 1450 CE (Strayer Ch 7-10; AMSCO Ch 10-14)  

TEST DATE: MONDAY, 12/10 [A]; TUESDAY, 12/11 [B]  

       

 MEDIEVAL EUROPE: Ploughing on a French ducal manor (SERFS FARMING THE FEUDAL MANOR), France, c. 1410 C.E.  

AP KEY CONCEPT 3.2.IB: In some places, new political entities emerged, including decentralized government (feudalism) in Europe and Japan

 

  

 MEDIEVAL EUROPE: Etching depicting the BLACK DEATH, England, c. 1347 C.E.  

AP KEY CONCEPT 3.1.IV: There was continued diffusion of crops and pathogens, including epidemic diseases like the bubonic plague, along trade routes

AP KEY CONCEPT 3.3.IIA: Multiple factors contributed to the decline of urban areas in this period, including invasions, disease, and the decline of agricultural productivity

 

 

    

 SONG DYNASTY: Daoist/Buddhist influence in Landscape painting. On a Mountain Path in Spring, by Ma Yuan,  c. 1224 C.E.  

AP KEY CONCEPT 3.1.IIID: Increased cross-cultural interactions resulted in the diffusion of literary, artistic, and cultural traditions, as well as scientific and technological innovations.  

 

      

 ISLAMIC CALIPHATES: Alhambra Palace. Islamic influence in Al-Andalusia. Granada, SPAIN, c. 889 C.E.  

AP KEY CONCEPT 3.1.IIID: Increased cross-cultural interactions resulted in the diffusion of literary, artistic, and cultural traditions, as well as scientific and technological innovations.  

 

        

 EUROPEAN RENAISSANCE: Mona Lisa by LEONARDO DA VINCI, Italy. c. 1517 C.E.   

AP KEY CONCEPT 4.1.VII: As merchantsí profits increased and governments collected more taxes, funding for the visual and performing arts, even for popular audiences, increased along with an expansion of literacy and increased focus on innovation and scientific inquiry

 

 

 EUROPEAN RENAISSANCE: The School of Athens by RAPHAEL, Italy. c. 1509 C.E.   

AP KEY CONCEPT 4.1.VII: As merchantsí profits increased and governments collected more taxes, funding for the visual and performing arts, even for popular audiences, increased along with an expansion of literacy and increased focus on innovation and scientific inquiry

 

 

 

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