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Greek antiquities

Greek antiquities

, the art of the Greeks is the art that influenced many civilizations of

the ancient world to the modern era. Unlike the Egyptians, the Greeks

were not afraid to change their advanced artistic, 

cultural, and intellectual styles.

The development of Greek art came through several major periods

including: engineering, antique, classical, and Greek. Greek colonies also spread

throughout the Mediterranean, bringing Greek mainland art styles to

 Greater Greece (coastal Italy and Western Anatolia) and were developed independently

 of the mainland of Greece, while creating stylistic differences that were found in Apulia,

 Ionian, and Sicilian art. The catalog of Greek art is incredibly diverse.

Ancient Greek art

Greek antiquities, ancient Greek art is an art that stands out amongst these other ancient

cultures through its development of natural and idealistic depiction of the human body

 with an emphasis on innovation. The stylistic development rate was noticeable between

about 750 and 300 B.C., according to ancient standards, to perform better in sculpting

.There were important innovations in the paintings.

Greek architecture

Greek antiquities, Greek architecture, technically are very simple,

which was established in a harmonious style with many detailed agreements that largely

 depended on Roman architecture and are still used in some modern buildings

.It uses ornate vocabulary, which was common with pottery, metal, and other media,

 and had a great influence on European Asian art,

 especially after Buddhism leased beyond the extended Greek world created by

 Alexander the Great. It included the social context of Greek art for radical political

developments and for the significant increase in prosperity. 

The Greek achievements were equally impressive in philosophy, literature and other well-known fields.

Greek relics, including Sicilian art, Minoan art, and Mycenaean cultures from

 the Greek Bronze Age that are typically divided into the art

 of ancient Greece stylistically into four periods: engineering, antique,

 classical, and Greek. The 7th century BC witnessed a slow development of

 the antique style as evidenced by the black style of the vase painting. 

Around 500 BC, shortly before the start of the Persian Wars (480 BC to 448 BC),

they are usually taken on the dividing line between antique and classical periods,

and the reign of Alexander the Great (336 BC to 323 BC) to be taken as details

Among the classics of the Hellenistic periods. From the point of view of some

 at the beginning of the eighth century 

BC and beyond "Greek-Roman", or more for the local conditions of the

 Eastern Greek world.

The rate of Greek art's survival varied starkly among the media. There are large

 quantities of pottery and coins, and many stone statues

, although there are more Roman copies

, but only a few large bronze statues were obtained.

Greek, Etruscan, and Romanian section

The Greek, Etruscan, and Romanian Ministry

 is home to a group of artworks representing Greek

Etruscan, and Roman civilizations. Which illustrates this art in a wide area to include

 Greece, Italy, and the Mediterranean basin, and extends from the Neolithic period

 (4 th century) to the sixth century AD.

About culture in Greek civilization

Greek antiquities, the Greek culture was distinguished by its diversity, 

as the art of handicrafts, sculptures, paintings and high-quality pottery works

 were among the most widespread crafts in ancient Greek civilization.

Greek culture flourished through the ideas of both Greek philosophers and scholars

such as Socrates, Pluto and Aristotle, and many books appeared like Homer's books,

the Iliad and the Odyssey that had a great influence on Western culture, and mathematicians 

such as Pythagoras invented the Pythagorean mathematical theory, and Socrates presented 

Many ideas related to logic and philosophy through his book

 The Socratic Way.” Plato wrote a book called “The Republic” and became one of the great

 political and moral guidelines for political science. Aristotle rejected the theory of models

 presented by Plato who was His knowledge and class of human knowledge in

 the area of ​​different categories of mathematics, biology, physics,

 science and ethics, and Aristotle was Alexander the Great Teacher.