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Ancient Greece Architecture

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Ancient Greece Architecture
What did buildings look like in ancient Greece? What were the different style of architecture?
What were the three different types of columns?
Thank You for Watching
What types of art could be found on ancient Greece?
Name 3 major temples.
Who are some of the Greek architects?
Who were the patrons of the arts in Ancient Greece?
What did you learn about ancient greek artists?
Credits and Sources
Different types of buildings:
Greek Buildings were built in a very methodical order
They had to follow specific rules
Houses, marketplaces, and specialized buildings
Temples are the most common public buildings in Ancient Greece
♡Stoas
Theatres, Assembly Halls, and Gymnasium
Styles of architecture (Orders):
Doric
Ionic
Corinthian

What did buildings look like in ancient Greece? What were the different style of architecture?
♡ Temples are homes for the Gods/Goddess
♡ For Greeks to worship their Gods
♡ There is a standing or a seating statue that represent the god. It's commonly found in the central spot inside the temple.



there are 3 types of columns to support their buildings

By: Brianna, Shang, and Deniz
What types of art could be found in ancient Greece?
5 Types of Art
Architecture
Sculptures
Painting
Pottery
Music
1. The Doric design
2. The Ionic design
3. The Corinthian design
These 3 columns are all over Greece.
Phidias
♡ Phidias, or the great Phidias, was a Greek sculptor, painter and architect, who lived in the 5th century.

Ictinus and Callicrates
♡Ictinus and Callicrates was an active architect during the 5th century
Ancient sources identify that Ictinus and Callicrates as co-architects of the Parthenon
Who are some of the Greek architects?
doric
Temple of Hera 11
Paestum, Campania, Italy
Ionic
Temple of Athena Nike
Acropolis of Athens
Corinthian
Temple of Olympian Zeus
Athens
How did temples play a part in Greek life? What did they look like?
what does temple mean to greek life?

Ancient Greece back then...

Greece now...
Religion was very Important.
Ancient Greece took entertainment seriously
Greek Olympics didn’t have enough sports and only allowed men and boys
Worship is still very big in Greece
They are still the same.
They have many sports and they allow female and male 18 and up
- http://thecultureenthusiast.blogspot.com/2012/11/the-calumny-of-appelles-by-botticelli.html
- http://ancientgreeceprobz.weebly.com/then-and-now.html
- https://prezi.com/caxopb29m-v0/the-greek-culture-then-and-now/
http://www.ancient.eu/Greek_Sculpture/
The 9 MUSES
CALLIOPE
CLIO
ERATO
EUTERPE
MELPOMENE
POLYHYMNIA/POLYMNIA
TERPSICHORE
THALIA
URANIA


WHO WERE THR patrons OF THE ARTS IN ANCENT gREECE?
naME 3 MAGOR TEMPLES
During the Classical period (450-330 B.C.) three important temples were erected on the ruins of earlier ones.

The parthenON DEDICATED TO ATHENA pARTHENOS
tHE ERECHTHEION DEDICATED TO aTHENA POLIAS
tHE TEMPLE OF nIKE
deDICATED TO
ATHENA-aPTEROS nIKE

What did you learn about ancient greek architects?
Write at least three ways that ancient Greek culture is reflected in today's society.
Recognition to important people
Famous for sculptures
Sculpted for the Gods, goddess, heroes, or great rulers
Before
After
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GLOSSARY
1. Methodical - Many rules that they followed in order to make sure all the buildings were similar. Also to make it safe and strong
2. Doric - Sturdy
3. Ionic - Thinner and Elegant
4. Corinthian - Decorated with acanthus leaves

The Calumny of Apelles by Botticelli
Winged Victory of Samothrace
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