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The Greek Sculpted Male Form
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Introduction Sculpting, as an art, involves working with bronze, stone, and woods by chipping them to form a beautiful piece of artwork. The sculpting art started thousands of years ago during the Stone Age period. During the Stone Age times, people made the sculptures with different intentions. They would be used to praise their gods, […]

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The Greek Culture Essay
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From at least the fifth century B. C. on, the Greek Culture deliberately represented certain works of art the style of architecture and sculpture, and recently, one can distinct them from contemporary culture we are now. Features of style may occur in terms of pose of a figure, drapery pattern, hairstyle, garment type, and facial […]

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Sthe Main Rituals Performed By The Greek
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Rituals are common in every religion. Every ritual in every religion has a meaning and is believed to have an impact on the lives of those performing it. Therefore ritual could well be defined as a religious ceremony which is done by incorporating different actions which follow a certain prescribed order. Every member of the […]

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Common sense Greek Sacrifices
Fate and Destiny in Oedipus the King
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Sophocles, a Greek play writer puts it clearly in his ‘Oedipus the King’ that people’s fate and destinies are prearranged by God. This literary piece can be used as a witness to the Christian belief that God predestines every person’s life and however much one can struggle to change their fate, they are deemed to […]

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The Greatest Speech of all Time: Pericles’ Funeral Oration
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Introduction In Pericles funeral, Pericles gave a speech praising Athens after the Athenian soldiers died in an opening battle. The speech claims that the Athenians are able to strive for the greater good by putting their petty wants aside. Pericles claims that the people of Athens are bound together by mutual trust and the desire […]

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