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Ancient Greek Art History - Part Two

Video title: The Age and its Art Part 2

Watch this video The Age of Ancient Greece and it's Art Part 2. Study the History of Art through the art, artists and artistic works of the Ancient Greeks

Learn about the concepts of polis and arete, and how humanism and democracy shaped the social, religious, political and artistic beliefs of the ancient Greeks. Identify the fundamental characteristics of Greek architecture and some of the famous structures built by ancient Greeks.

 

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Ancient Greek Art History - Part Two. Learning Objectives for this video:

  • History of Ancient Greek Art. Identify the fundamental characteristics of Greek architecture and name famous structures built by the ancient Greeks.
  • Some of the major Greek sculptures created during the Archaic, Classical, and Hellenistic periods, such as Discobolus and Laocoon, and contrast Greek art and architecture of the Classical period with that of the Hellenistic period.
  • Define the concepts of polis and arete, and explain how humanism and democracy shaped the social, religious, and political beliefs of the ancient Greeks.
  • Learn how the ancient Greeks expressed their humanistic views in art, and explore the use of naturalism in Greek sculptures of gods and humans.
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