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Andrew Platt 1. Define the three major periods of Greek art (excluding the Cyclades), tell their general time period, give at least three examples of each, and give identifying characteristics of each period. Greek Art Period: Time Period: Three Examples: Identifying  Characteristics: Archaic Ca. 700-480  B.C.E. Dipylon, Calf- Bearer and  Kroisos from  Anavyssos Blissful smiling  (represents  optimism), free  standing (as  opposed to Egypt),  the person usually  stood very straight  up and had  muscles that were  tense Classical (My  favorite) 480-323 B.C.E. Kritios Boy, Zeus  and Praxiteles solemn to no facial  expression,  movement was  shown (Zeus  throwing lightning  around like he  does), figures were  often in movement  Hellenistic 323-30 B.C.E. Head of  Alexander, Altar of  Zeus (Athena  Battling with  Acyoneus) and  Apollo Belvedere Similar to Classical  art however  involved-larger  structures,  triumphant friezes,  dramatic posing,  emotions 2. Give an overview of Plato’s “Allegory of the Cave.” In your opinion, what is a common illusion in our society? People see illusions and believe them because they are comfortable (in chains), turn and see the light (truth) is bright and scary and most will suffice with their
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Andrew Platt "solid" illusions than travel into the light of "unknown" truth. The people fear the truth or outside world. Bent water emerged objects such as spoons are a common illusion. 3.
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