ARCHAIC period art 800-500BCE
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File:Lady of Auxerre Louvre Ma3098 n2.jpg - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

File:Lady of Auxerre Louvre Ma3098 n2.jpg

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia File history Click on a date/time to view the file as it appeared at that time. Date/Time Thumbnail Dimensions User Comment current 20:43, 28 October 2007 2,200 × 3,333 (3.29 MB) Jastrow == Description == {{Information Louvre |artist=Unknown |description= {{en|So-called Lady of Auxerre, a female statuette in the Daedalic style.

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Amphora_olive-gathering_BM_B226.jpg (579x893 pixels)

Amphora_olive-gathering_BM_B226.jpg (579x893 pixels) | ARCHAIC period art 800-500BCE | Scoop.it
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pottery black ink. 520BC, real life paint of olive picking

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Ancient Greece - Art and Architecture, Sculpture, Pottery and Greek Temples

Ancient Greece - Art and Architecture, Sculpture, Pottery and Greek Temples | ARCHAIC period art 800-500BCE | Scoop.it
Information on Ancient Greek Art & Architecture
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the Protogeometric from about 1050 BC; the Geometric from about 900 BC; the Late Geometric or Archaic from about 750 BC; the Black Figure from the early 7th century BC; and the Red Figure from about 530 BC.
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ancientpeoples: Kylix 550-530 BC Archaic... | Eli Block

ancientpeoples: Kylix 550-530 BC Archaic... | Eli Block | ARCHAIC period art 800-500BCE | Scoop.it
ancientpeoples: Kylix 550-530 BC Archaic Greek (Source: The British Museum) (Photo: ancientpeoples: Kylix 550-530 BC Archaic Greek (Source: The British Museum) http://t.co/g0KYSwTIx8)...

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File:NAMA X15118 Marathon Boy 3.JPG - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

File:NAMA X15118 Marathon Boy 3.JPG - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia | ARCHAIC period art 800-500BCE | Scoop.it
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classical, natural pose, marathon boy

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Ancient Greek art - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Ancient Greek art - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The arts of ancient Greece have exercised an enormous influence on the culture of many countries all over the world, particularly in the areas of sculpture and architecture. In the West, the art of the Roman Empire was largely derived from Greece.

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Art of different times

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File:Kroisos stake Louvre G197.jpg - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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showing real life activity

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Greek Sculpture | Essential Humanities

Greek Sculpture | Essential Humanities | ARCHAIC period art 800-500BCE | Scoop.it
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statues are rough, full size nude men with one foot, clothed females

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Archaic Sculpture

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@OliviaWard33 @DavidHuzzard "archaic"? as in ancient Greek sculpture? http://t.co/9uFzujUN

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during this period most of the art was about mythology. Mostly about the gods.
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Minoan civilization - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Minoan civilization - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Minoan civilization was an Aegean Bronze Age civilization that arose on the island of Crete and flourished from approximately the 27th century BC to the 15th century BC. It was rediscovered at the beginning of the 20th century through the work of British archaeologist Arthur Evans.

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