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Ancient Greek Artifact
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It was made out of a single sheet of bronze. This is a sign that the Greek army was well equipped. It also tells us that the army has advanced ways of crafting tools and supplies. Created by Myrion, Discobolis was one of the first sculptures to incorporate realism. This tells us that the Greeks were very serious about sports. " Greek Grave Markers This figure's features included red hair and a white robe.The figure also is wearing gold earings. Art in Greece was very developed. This grave marker is a common in the fourth
century. The grave maker would be used as a
vase.The grave shows that the Greeks greatly value their deceased. It also tells us that graves in Greece are very different than our graves today Home Furnishings A Wrestling Trophy This a vase found in a Greek home. It depicts a slave owner and slave. Slavery in Ancient Greece is very common. The woman of the home is generally the slave master, as shown on the pot. The Wrestling trophy was a trophy given to the strongest boy. This trophy was a honor to have. Even boys at this time were fierce warriors. Tarentine Red Figure Bull's Head Rhyton Greek Coins This cup was used at drinking parties. Drinking parties are common in Greece. Campanian Red Figure Bell Krater These are the coins that were used as currency.One of the coins represents Athena's favorite bird, the owl, and another represents Athena. Attic Black Figure Amphora Depicted here is a young boy attacking a wild boar. The boy will most likely have this boar for dinner. This was a common meal for Greek people. It will feed them for many days. Ancient Greek Artifact Project By Ricky and Levi Terracotta Figure Goddess used the chariot in races.
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MLA formatting by BibMe.org. As you can see in the picture a goddess in her chariot. She is most likely racing her horse. Citations