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Gale 艺术与人文:时代穿梭 卷一 古埃及

Gale 艺术与人文:时代穿梭 卷一 古埃及

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ARTSHUMANITIESThroughtheErasAHTTEAncntEgypttpgs:PMPageARTSHUMANITIESThroughtheErasAncientEgypt–BCEEdwardBleiberg,EditorAHTTEAncntEgypttpgs:PMPageArtsandHumanitiesThroughTheEras:AncientEgypt(BCE–BCE)EdwardBleiberg©ThomsonGale,apartoftheThomsonCorporationThomsonandStarLogoaretrademarksandGaleisaregisteredtrademarkusedhereinunderlicenseFormoreinformation,contactThomsonGaleDrakeRdFarmingtonHills,MIOryoucanvisitourInternetsiteathttp:wwwgalecomALLRIGHTSRESERVEDNopartofthisworkcoveredbythecopyrighthereonmaybereproducedorusedinanyformorbyanymeansgraphic,electronic,ormechanical,includingphotocopying,recording,taping,Webdistribution,orinformationstorageretrievalsystemswithoutthewrittenpermissionofthepublisherThispublicationisacreativeworkfullyprotectedbyallapplicablecopyrightlaws,aswellasbymisappropriation,tradesecret,unfaircompetition,andotherapplicablelawsTheauthorsandeditorsofthisworkhaveaddedvaluetotheunderlyingfactualmaterialhereinthroughoneormoreofthefollowing:uniqueandoriginalselection,coordination,expression,arrangement,andclassificationoftheinformationForpermissiontousematerialfromthisproduct,submityourrequestviatheWebathttp:wwwgaleeditcompermissions,oryoumaydownloadourPermissionsRequestformandsubmityourrequestbyfaxormailto:PermissionsDepartmentThomsonGaleDrakeRdFarmingtonHills,MIPermissionsHotline:or,extFax:orCoverphotographsbypermissionofCorbis(seatedstatueofPharaohDjoser)andAPWideWorldPhotos(“TheCreationofAdamandEve”detailbyOrvieto)Sincethispagecannotlegiblyaccommodateallcopyrightnotices,theacknowledgementsconstituteanextensionofthecopyrightnoticeWhileeveryefforthasbeenmadetosecurepermissiontoreprintmaterialandtoensurethereliabilityoftheinformationpresentedinthispublication,ThomsonGaleneitherguaranteestheaccuracyofthedatacontainedhereinnorassumesresponsibilityforerrors,omissions,ordiscrepanciesThomsonGaleacceptsnopaymentforlistingandinclusioninthepublicationofanyorganization,agency,institution,publication,service,orindividualdoesnotimplyendorsementoftheeditorsorpublisherErrorsbroughttotheattentionofthepublisherandverifiedtothesatisfactionofthepublisherwillbecorrectedinfutureeditionsProjectEditorRebeccaParksEditorialDanielleBehr,PamelaADear,JasonEverett,RachelJKain,TimothySisler,RalphGZerboniaEditorialSupportServicesMarkSpringerIndexingServicesBarbaraKochImagingandMultimediaRandyBassett,MaryKGrimes,LezlieLight,DanielWilliamNewell,ChristineO’Bryan,KellyAQuinRightsandAcquisitionsMargaretChamberlain,ShaliceShahCaldwellProductDesignMichelleDiMercurioCompositionandElectronicPrepressEviSeoudManufacturingWendyBlurtonLIBRARYOFCONGRESSCATALOGINGINPUBLICATIONDATAArtsandhumanitiesthroughtheeraspcmIncludesbibliographicalreferencesandindexISBNX(sethardcover:alkpaper)ISBN(RenaissanceEurope:alkpaper)ISBN(AgeofBaroque:alkpaper)ISBN(AncientEgypt:alkpaper)ISBN(AncientGreece:alkpaper)ISBNX(MedievalEurope:alkpaper)ArtsHistoryCivilizationHistoryNXA’dcThistitleisalsoavailableasanebookISBN(set)ContactyourThomsonGalesalesrepresentativefororderinginformationPrintedintheUnitedStatesofAmericaAHTEAEfmivxxviiiqxd:PMPageivABOUTTHEBOOKixCONTRIBUTORSxiERAOVERVIEWxiiiCHRONOLOGYOFWORLDEVENTSxviiCHAPTER:ARCHITECTUREANDDESIGNIMPORTANTEVENTSOVERVIEWTOPICSINARCHITECTUREANDDESIGNEarliestTemplesandTombsPyramidComplexesTheNorthSouthPyramidComplex:KingDjoser’sComplexatSaqqaraTheFirstTruePyramidsFourthDynastyArchitectureandHistoryArchitectureoftheFifthandSixthDynastiesMastabaTombsoftheOldKingdomDomesticArchitectureintheOldKingdomTransitiontotheMiddleKingdomThePyramidsoftheMiddleKingdomRockCutTombsoftheMiddleKingdomAPlannedTownoftheMiddleKingdom:KahunNewKingdomTemplesThebesandtheEstateofAmunEgyptianConstructionTechnologySIGNIFICANTPEOPLEAmenhotep,SonofHapuHemiunu,SonofNefermaatImhotepIneniSenenmut,SonofRamoseSetyIDOCUMENTARYSOURCESCHAPTER:DANCEIMPORTANTEVENTSOVERVIEWTOPICSINDANCEPreconceptionsaboutDanceDanceinVisualArtCostumesandFashioninDanceTheDancersFuneralDancesMuuDancersTheIbaDanceandHebyDanceCultDancesSIGNIFICANTPEOPLEHorihotepKhnumhotepWatetkhethorDOCUMENTARYSOURCESCHAPTER:FASHIONIMPORTANTEVENTSOVERVIEWvCONTENTSAHTEAEfmivxxviiiqxd:PMPagevTOPICSINFASHIONClothProductionClothingHairstylesCrownsJewelryandAmuletsSIGNIFICANTPEOPLEIrerDOCUMENTARYSOURCESCHAPTER:LITERATUREIMPORTANTEVENTSOVERVIEWTOPICSINLITERATUREEgyptianWritingandLanguageEgyptianWritingMaterialsandPublishingTheAuthorTheIdeaofGenreinMiddleEgyptianLiteratureTheLiteratureofMoralValuesPessimisticLiteratureStoryofSinuheEmergenceofNewKingdomLiteratureDemoticLiteratureTheEgyptianLiteraryCanonSIGNIFICANTPEOPLEKhaemwasePtahhotepWenamunDOCUMENTARYSOURCESCHAPTER:MUSICIMPORTANTEVENTSOVERVIEWTOPICSINMUSICMusicalInstrumentsMusicalNotationWorkSongsMaleandFemaleMusiciansintheOldKingdomAMusicalBureauintheOldKingdomBanquetMusicduringtheNewKingdomTheOfficeofChantressTheSocialStatusofMusiciansMusicalDeitiesMusicDuringtheReignsofAkhenatenandNefertitiTheBlindSoloHarpistandHisSongEroticMusicSIGNIFICANTPEOPLEAmenemhabItiNeferhotep,SonofHenuDOCUMENTARYSOURCESCHAPTER:PHILOSOPHYIMPORTANTEVENTSOVERVIEWTOPICSINPHILOSOPHYMaatCosmogony:TheOriginoftheWorldTeachingPhilosophySecretKnowledgeAstrologyAlchemySIGNIFICANTPEOPLEAnkhsheshonqiAnyHordjedefMerykareDOCUMENTARYSOURCESCHAPTER:RELIGIONIMPORTANTEVENTSOVERVIEWTOPICSINRELIGIONTheGodsEgyptianMythsMythofOsirisMythsofHorus,Seth,andAmunTheologyAnimalsinEgyptianReligionTheKingKingshipRitualsTempleArchitectureandSymbolismTempleRitualTemplePersonnelPersonalReligionEthicsMagicinEgyptianReligionFuneraryBeliefsandPracticesTheEgyptianAfterlifeSIGNIFICANTPEOPLEAkhenatenAmenhotep,SonofHapuImhotepDOCUMENTARYSOURCESviArtsandHumanitiesThroughtheEras:AncientEgypt(BCE–BCE)ContentsAHTEAEfmivxxviiiqxd:PMPageviCHAPTER:THEATERIMPORTANTEVENTSOVERVIEWTOPICSINTHEATERDefiningTheaterSpokenDramaTheOsirianKhoiakFestivalDramaSIGNIFICANTPEOPLEEmhabDOCUMENTARYSOURCESCHAPTER:VISUALARTSIMPORTANTEVENTSOVERVIEWTOPICSINVISUALARTSInterpretingEgyptianArtGridSystemsinVisualArtEarliestEgyptianArtNarmerPaletteEarlyDynasticPeriodArtTheOldKingdomTheMiddleKingdomTheNewKingdomLatePeriodSIGNIFICANTPEOPLENefertitiSenenmutDOCUMENTARYSOURCESGLOSSARYFURTHERREFERENCESMEDIAANDONLINESOURCESACKNOWLEDGMENTSINDEXArtsandHumanitiesThroughtheEras:AncientEgypt(BCE–BCE)viiContentsAHTEAEfmivxxviiiqxd:PMPageviiSEEINGHISTORYFROMADIFFERENTANGLEAneducationinhistoryinvolvesmorethanfactsconcerningtheriseandfallofkings,theconquestoflands,andthemajorbattlesfoughtbetweennationsWhiletheseeventsarepivotaltothestudyofanytimeperiod,theculturalaspectsareofequalvalueinunderstandingthedevelopmentofsocietiesVariousformsofliterature,thephilosophicalideasdeveloped,andeventhetypeofclothesworninaparticulareraprovideimportantcluesaboutthevaluesofasociety,andwhentheseartsandhumanitiesarestudiedinconjunctionwithpoliticalandhistoricaleventsamorecompletepictureofthatsocietyisrevealedThisinterdisciplinaryapproachtostudyinghistoryisattheheartoftheArtsandHumanitiesThroughtheErasprojectPatternedinitsorganizationafterthesuccessfulAmericanDecades,AmericanEras,andWorldErasproducts,thisreferenceworkaimstoexposethereadertoanindepthperspectiveonaparticularerainhistorythroughthestudyofninedifferentartsandhumanitiestopics:•ArchitectureandDesign•Dance•Fashion•Literature•Music•Philosophy•Religion•Theater•VisualArtsAlthoughtreatedinseparatechapters,theconnectionsbetweenthesetopicsarehighlightedbothinthetextandthroughtheuseof“SeeAlso”referencestogivethereaderabroadperspectiveonthecultureofthetimeperiodReaderscanlearnabouttheimpactofreligiononliteratureexplorethecloserelationshipsbetweendance,music,andtheaterandseeparallelmovementsinarchitectureandvisualartsThedevelopmentofeachofthesefieldsisdiscussedwithinthecontextofimportanthistoricaleventssothatthereadercanseehistoryfromadifferentangleThisangleisuniquetothisreferenceworkMosthistorybooksaboutaparticulartimeperiodonlygiveapassingglancetotheartsandhumanitiesinanefforttogivethebroadesthistoricaltreatmentpossibleThosereferencebooksthatdocovertheartsandhumanitiestendtocoveronlyoneofthem,generallyacrossmultipletimeperiods,makingitdifficulttodrawconnectionsbetweendisciplinesandlimitingtheperspectiveofthediscipline’simpactonaspecificeraInArtsandHumanitiesThroughtheEraseachoftheninedisciplinesisgivensubstantialtreatmentinindividualchapters,andthefocusononeeraensuresthattheanalysiswillbethoroughAUDIENCEANDORGANIZATIONArtsandHumanitiesThroughtheErasisdesignedtomeettheneedsofboththebeginningandtheadvancedhistorystudentThematerialiswrittenbysubjectexpertsandcoversavastarrayofconceptsandmasterworks,yettheseconceptsarebuilt“fromthegroundup”sothatareaderwithlittleornobackgroundinhistorycanfollowthemTechnicaltermsandotherdefinitionsappearbothintheixABOUTTHEBOOKAHTEAEfmivxxviiiqxd:PMPageixtextandintheglossary,andthebackgroundofhistoricaleventsisalsoprovidedTheorganizationofthevolumefacilitateslearningatalllevelsbypresentinginformationinavarietyofwaysEachchapterisorganizedaccordingtothefollowingstructure:•Chronologycoveringtheimportanteventsinthatdisciplineduringthatera•Briefoverviewofthedevelopmentofthatdisciplineatthetime•Topicsthathighlightthemovements,schoolsofthought,andmasterworksthatcharacterizethedisciplineduringthatera•Biographiesofsignificantpeopleinthatdiscipline•DocumentarysourcescontemporarytothetimeperiodThisstructurefacilitatescomparativeanalysis,bothbetweendisciplinesandalsobetweenvolumesofArtsandHumanitiesThroughtheEras,eachofwhichcoversadifferenteraInaddition,readerscanaccessadditionalresearchopportunitiesbylookingatthe“FurtherReferences”and“MediaandOnlineSources”thatappearatthebackofthevolumeWhileeveryeffortwasmadetoincludeonlythoseonlinesourcesthatareconnectedtoinstitutionssuchasmuseumsanduniversities,thewebsitesaresubjecttochangeandmaybecomeobsoleteinthefuturePRIMARYDOCUMENTSANDILLUSTRATIONSInanefforttoprovidethemostindepthperspectivepossible,ArtsandHumanitiesThroughtheErasalsoincludesnumerousprimarydocumentsfromthetimeperiod,offeringafirsthandaccountoftheculturefromthepeoplewholivedinitLetters,poems,essays,epitaphs,andsongsarejustsomeofthemultitudeofdocumenttypesincludedinthisvolume,allofwhichilluminatesomeaspectofthedisciplinebeingdiscussedThetextisfurtherenhancedbyillustrations,maps,andlinedrawingsthatbringavisualdimensiontothelearningexperienceCONTACTINFORMATIONTheeditorswelcomeyourcommentsandsuggestionsforenhancingandimprovingArtsandHumanitiesThroughtheErasPleasemailcommentsorsuggestionsto:TheEditorArtsandHumanitiesThroughtheErasThomsonGaleDrakeRdFarmingtonHills,MIPhone:()xArtsandHumanitiesThroughtheEras:AncientEgypt(BCE–BCE)AbouttheBookAHTEAEfmivxxviiiqxd:PMPagexEdwardBleiberg,Editor,isassociatecuratorintheDepartmentofEgyptianClassicalandAncientMiddleEasternArtattheBrooklynMuseumHeearnedthePhDinEgyptologyattheUniversityofTorontoHeistheauthorofTheOfficialGiftinAncientEgypt()andJewishLifeinAncientEgypt(),andaneditorofTheOxfordEncyclopediaofAncientEgyptHehasalsowrittenscholarlyarticlesontheancientEgyptianeconomyWilliamHPeck,A

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