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Formative period of ancient greek art

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    • (2900 -2000 B.C.)
    • This period in antiquity corresponds to the introduction of metallurgy
    • The use of bronze for making tools, weapons, and ceremonial objects.
  • 4.
    • (2000 – 1600 B.C.)
    • This is the bronze age civilization that flourished in the island of Crete.
    • It was named after the legendary King Minos.
  • 5.
    • (1600 – 1100 B.C)
    • This is the period of high cultural achievement, forming the backdrop subsequent myths of heroes.
    • The period is named after the Kingdom of Mycenae.
    • The archaeological site where fabulous works in gold have been unearthed.
  • 6.
    • (1100 – 750 B.C.)
    • The period between the fall of Mycenaean civilization and the re-adoption of writing in the 8 th or 7 th century B.C.
    • The country was weak and a tribe called DORIANS took over.
    • The dorians invaded from the north, with iron weapons, laid waste the Mycenaean culture.
  • 7.
    • (750 – 500 B.C.)
    • This is the period which marked the beginning of Greek monumental stone sculptures and other development in the naturalistic representation of human figure.
    • KOURO – Prominent figures
    • APOLLO – young nude male
    • KORE – fully clad female
  • 8.
    • (500 – 336 B.C.)
    • Classical period of ancient Greek history is fixed when Greeks began to come into conflict with the Kingdom of Persia.
    • Death of King Macedonian and conqueror Alexander the great.
    • Athens reached political and cultural heights

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