About 38 results for the topic "greek temple architecture"
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In greek this means 'the sacred rock, or high city'. • in greek times, the temple would have been surrounded by other buildings and.
Ancient greek architecture is best known from its temples, many of which are found throughout the region, mostly as ruins but many substantially intact.
As greece emerges from the dark age three hundred years after the collapse of the mycenaean world, rec- ognizable temple architecture begins to appear in.
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By r woodward · 2013 · cited by 11 — the predominant approach to the study of doric temple architecture during the twentieth century has been the evolution model, which connects a temple's ...
By e østby · 2005 · cited by 9 — a surprisingly rich tradition of monumental temple architecture, which has so far received little attention, existed in arcadia in the archaic period.
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He decided that athens should have beautiful buildings. he was in charge of building the parthenon, a temple dedicated to pallas athena. it was built between ...
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Ancient greek religion and architecture actively co-existed with the ... for the ancient greeks, then, a temple like the parthenon was not just beautiful.
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When temple architecture began, the greeks began to represent their gods by large statues. • the religious ceremonies of classical greek included sacred.
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Architecture of the past have a strong identity, that. resuits in a unified experience in which the ... the greek temple could be easily considered as a.