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Antiquity

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Transcript of Antiquity

Antiquity
Theater
Architecture
Sculpture
Greek Philosophers
Aristotle
Poetics
Antiquity
Classical Greek: 480 BC- 323 BC
Greek Drama
Dramatist and Playwrights
GREEK THEATER
LESSON PLAN
Representation of Women
Greek MASK
AESCHYLUS
theaters
Orchestra
Theatron
Skeen
Parados
Festival of Dionysia
Explore the artwork!
The Oresteia Trilogy
525 BC- 456 BC
Ann Stakias, Veronica Diaz, Brittany Sinko, Fernando Santiago
Greek Sculptures
Lesson Plan
Activity
Greek Artist
Men played all roles
Women were not allowed to participate
Depicted women as inferior for the purpose of comedy and entertainment.
Tragedy-
characters suffered a disastrous end
Comedy- a stage play with a happy ending
Satyr-play- Functioned as the last piece. Poked fun at real people and events
Founder of Greek tragedy
Introduced the 2nd actor
wrote 90 plays, only 7 survived
Characters had limited traits
Plays emphasized forces beyond human control
Wrote trilogies on unified themes
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