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"Angkor and Benin" Please respond to the following, using sources under the Explore heading as the basis of your response:

  • Compare Angkor (and its temple, Angkor Wat) in southeast Asia (ca. 1100s-1200s AD) with the city of Benin in West Africa (ca 1400s AD), and discuss differences, similarities, and religious ideals in each place. Identify a modern day religious or political center that these call to mind.

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Angkor and BeninSoutheast Asia and West Africa

  • Chapter 11 (pp. 375-6), Angkor Wat (in Cambodia), history and connections to Hindu beliefs; (pp. 386-7), Benin (in Nigeria, West Africa); Review "Week 6 Music" folder
  • Video on Angkor Wat at .nationalgeographic.com/video/specials/ancient-mysteries/angkor-wat-temples/">http://video.nationalgeographic.com/video/specials/ancient-mysteries/angkor-wat-temples/
  • Benin City's history: See and .si.edu/exhibitions/current-exhibitions/alonge/history-of-benin/">http://africa.si.edu/exhibitions/current-exhibitions/alonge/history-of-benin/; (This city is in Nigeria; don't confuse it with the modern country called Benin not far away)





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"Europe’s Cathedral Architecture" Please respond to the following, using sources under the Explore heading as the basis of your response:

  • Identify the key functions of stained glass windows in the Gothic style in Europe's cathedral architecture. Identify two (2) differences between the Romanesque and Gothic cathedral structures, and discuss which you prefer and the reasons why. Identify one (1) existing structure (the closer to your home the better) that is Romanesque or Gothic, and explain the features that support your identification.

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Gothic Style of Cathedral Architecture

  • Chapter 12 (pp. 407-413), Stained glass windows; review Week 6 Music Folder
  • Stained glass windows at .youtube.com/watch?v=9727p6ozlYo">http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9727p6ozlYo
  • Key differences between Romanesque and Gothic cathedrals at .youtube.com/watch?v=D20tG65TWic">http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D20tG65TWic

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Preview: ruled by a monarch and ended with destruction from outside sources. Benin City seemed to have more of a sexual aspect in the art displayed. Angkor art represented more real life situations. Both areas had moats yet Angkor’s moat was more to stabilize the foundation yet Benin City moats served as a defense mechanism for the area. Today, I think of the White House as it serves as the home to our President. It is not a temple but it has measure in place to keep it secure.Reply Quote Move to previous message Move to next messageHide 4 repliesMessage UnreadMark as UnreadMessage Not FlaggedSet Flag9 days ago JAMES FLEMING INSTRUCTOR MANAGER Email AuthorRE: Week 6 Discussion Option ACOLLAPSEOverall Rating:12345Your Rating:12345View Original Post Parent PostDian,Excellent. How, though, is the White House like a temple? Can you tell me more about that? Reply Quote Move to previous message Move to next messageHide 1 replyMessage ReadMark as UnreadMessage Not FlaggedSet Flag8 days ago Dian Betkowski Email AuthorRE: Week 6 Discussion Option ACOLLAPSEOverall Rating:12345Your Rating:12345View Original Post Parent PostProfessor Fleming,I don't think of the White House as a temple but a political structure. Based on information read, they did not seem to have a separate structure where their political figures resided, it was within the temple. In Washington DC, the IDS Temple reminds me of the temples in this lesson with the many points in the structure that appear to reach up to the heavens. There is a Hindu Temple located in Richmond Virginia but it is not of the same architectural scope of some of the temples observed in this lesson.DianReply Quote Move to previous message Move to next messageMessage ReadMark as UnreadMessage Not FlaggedSet Flag6 days ago scottie crum Email AuthorRE: Week 6 Discussion Option ACOLLAPSEOverall Rating:12345Your Rating:12345View Original Post Parent PostHello Dian excellent post i really like how you went in detail for this discussion. I like you .....
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