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    Greek Attic Vase Painters of the fifth century were fascinated by the myths of Gods becoming infatuated with humans. Because of the painters interested in the Myths of God 's falling in love with humans they wished to depict scenes of the two interacting. But emotions are harder to illustrate than actions. For example, on page 19 figure 8, Hercules riding in a chariot driven by Nike and drawn by centaurs is easier to depict because it is an illustration of an action. The problems that faced these artists was trying to depict affection. The Greek attic face painters figured out methods to help illustrate these myths of yearning and desire. The formula that the Greek Attic Vase Painters created is known as the Amorous Pursuit. This flexible…

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    “Eveline” is the story of a girl who is unable to move forward in life. No matter what she does, she finds herself paralyzed and stuck living the unfortunate life she believes she is destined. The short story, written in 1914, is the fourth short story in a collection written by James Joyce called “Dubliners.” Each story in the collection portrays a part of the life of a middle-class family living in Dublin, Ireland in the 1900s. “Eveline” depicts the story of a young girl, Eveline, who is…

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    didn’t marry a “Puerto Rican Man” plus she wrote her story in a book, so no one would ever marry a “Puerto Rican Man”. This also made Vivid, very happy. She tells her brother, now the World will know the truth. Phalli Jr. tells his sister, yes’ they will, Phalli Jr. tells Vivid, thank you. Then they hang up. Trudais Trudias, was sitting on the front Porch alone, the night before bandits broke into his family Home which stole his Mother , Father , and three sisters , it was late in the…

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    “Aahhhh”, a scream came from the upstairs. I quickly ran up the stairs. I heard two more on my way up. I swung the attic door wide open to see Dana stabbing Mas Ruf. In amazement, not knowing what to do or what was going on, watching her stab Rufus two more times I said, “Dana! What are you doing?” She started to scream, and then she vanished, everything but one of her arms which Mas Ruf was laying on. When she vanished, I went over to check the bloody body of Mas Ruf. He was still breathing…

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    Greek Art Research Paper

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    Timeline What are the stylistic characteristics of each of these Greek periods? Explain the changes or innovations found in the visual arts during these periods of Greek history. • Geometric Period: 900-700 B.C. - Depictions of humans returned to Greek art, and statuettes and vases were prime examples that demonstrated this. • Orientalizing Period: 700-600 B.C. - Greece had more contact with other civilizations, specifically those of Egypt and the Mesopotamia region, and thus eastern…

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    Pericles was born around 495 B.C and soon became one of the most influence people in ancient Greece. Pericles name in Greek means “Surrounded by Glory.” His father Xanthippus had been a military commander for Athens at the battle of Mycale in 479 B.C. During the “Golden Age” Pericles was a statesman, famous orator, and general in the Athenian army. Pericles was liked so much some people even called the time the “Age of Pericles.” Pericles influence on Athenian society was large and lasting.…

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    On April 27 2013, an Attic black figure amphora was discovered in an excavation site near the Ancient city of Corinth. Made in the late 5th century BCE, this primary source gives us an understanding of the activities performed by Ancient Greeks during their daily lives. Greek pottery has many functions which makes these pots useful as household items. The most common type of Greek pot is an amphora, meaning “to carry on both sides”. It is evident that amphora’s can be carried on both sides at…

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    without many revolts. This can be seen when Alexander took over Ephesos and instead of imposing his belief onto them, he offered to rebuilt their Temple(Mark, Joshua. Alexander the Great). Alexander had also conquered Egypt, and even went as far as to visit and Egyptian oracle so that he could be titled the son of Zeus. Alexander showed how much he wanted to unite cultures from this example because he went to an Egyptian oracle in Egypt to proclaim himself a son of Zeus, a Greek God.…

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    was the extension of Greek culture. When Alexander started his campaign it was actually more like a crusade. He wanted to avenge the Persian invasion of Greece and the destruction they caused. After this mindset had passed he wished to extend the Hellenistic culture throughout the world. When he conquered peoples he brought the life of the Greeks to them, including democratic liberty; the freedom to think and to speak, and the duty of an individual to take part in his government. Throughout…

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    Kingdom was destroyed in the late 8th century in Athens which was a significant city state of the Greek world. The last king (basileus) Kodros was overthrown and an aristocratic administration was established. Thereby, community of nobility called areopagus which was once consultant of the king acquired both legislative and juridical power. As for the executive power, it was given to three archons (namely, government officer) which were selected from nobility for one year. Number of archons was…

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