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Although the cave paintings in the Great Hall of the Bulls at Lascaux were originally interpreted as depictions of hunting scenes, they have more recently been interpreted as paintings intended to
document a series of animal-based rituals
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Read the excerpt from Sir Gawain and the Green Knight. They went on staring at the knight for some time, Everyone wondering what it might mean For a man and a horse to acquire such a color, As green as the grass grows, and greener still, it seemed, The green enamel glowing brighter on the gold. All of them standing there stared and crept closer to him With all the wonder in the world, to see what he would do. For they had seen many marvels but never any like this, So they all thought it might be a phantom or trick of magic, So that many of the noble knights were afraid to answer, And all were struck by his voice and stayed stone still, And there was a silence like death through the great hall. Not a sound rose out of them, as though they had all fallen asleep. Which textual evidence best supports the conclusion that the knights are intimidated by the visitor?
So that many of the noble knights were afraid to answer, And all were struck by his voice and stayed stone still
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2. Great Hall of the Bulls. Lascaux, France. Paleolithic Europe. 15,000-13,000 B.C.E. Rock painting, length of largest aurock (bull) 18′.
-composite view of bull: twisted, heads in profile BUT horns from the front!, Descriptive art not optical -natural rock contours => volume of animals -purpose: hunters = get more control of animals, more lifelike = more magical the animals
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Great Hall of the Bulls. Lascaux, France. Paleolithic Europe. 15000 BCE Rock painting
Name: Great Hall of the Bulls Date: 13000 B.C.E. Artist: Uknown Patron: Uknown Original Location: Lascaux, France Material: Chalk on Rock P/S: Cave Drawing Technique: Side Front view Descriptive Terms: side front view, overcrossing drawings Context: Most likely whenever they saw something in the wild they drew it in a cave Meaning: The meaning was probably to record what types of animals were in their hunting area
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Great Hall of Running Bulls
Period: Unit 1 Prehistory Medium: Bone Artist: Unknown Patron: Unknown Date: 15,000-13000 B.C.E Location Lascaux ( France) Function: To serve some religious purpose or to aid with hunting in some fashion Form: Use of profile and twisted perspective. Lots of natural colours Content: Multiple animals running around in what we believe to be their natural environment Context: A naturalistic group of hunter gatherers
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2. Great Hall of the Bulls
Form: -naturalistic charcoal drawings in a cave -natural materials: plants, charcoal, iron ore -twisted perspective – human are stick figures while animals are realistic looking Content: – pictures animals in motion – pictures on top of pictures (all from different artists from many time periods) -cows, bulls, horses, deer -650 paintings Function: – to show an animal ritual (very unusual to find pictures of humans/hunting) -ancestral animal worship Context: -sacred place (deep in a cave)- in situ -not a dwelling because the creators of these were nomads -Paleolithic Europe- Lascaux, France
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Great Hall of the Bulls
Date: 15,000-13,000 B.C.E Period/Style: Global Prehistory Artist or Architect: N/A Patron: Early humans in Lascaux, France Original Location: Cave walls near Lascaux, France Material/Technique: Natural rock contours to show volume of the animals Function: Prehistoric hunters believed that they had control of the animals by painting them on the walls. They also believed the more lifelike the animal was, the more magical power the animal had. Context: The painting took place in France, and has to do with hunter-gatherer society, concerns with food, survival, and procreation. Descriptive terms: Profile, contour, limited color, rock walls
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Great Hall of Bulls
-15,000-13,000 B.C.E. -Lascaux, France. -Rock painting -Paleolithic -paint is made from charcoal, iron ire, other plants -clear that the people used scaffolding to create -people did not live in caves -evidence of thought (sanded down the surface to flatten) -possible meanings: to ensure a successful hunt, worship or ancestral animal worship, or shamanism
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