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Timeline 1 Art Timeline: Final Project Greek Sculptures Derek J. Belton Art/101 University of Phoenix Online Rory Tubbs June 13, 2010
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Timeline 2 One theme that would improve the content of our museums website would be to  feature various Greek sculptures throughout time and their different meanings. This  timeline will have Greek sculptures from its existence many years before Christ up until  today. The Greek sculptures have had an enormous impact on art and will continue to  do so. The different types of sculptures are head statues, full body statues, multiple  figure statues, etc.  Figure 1 580 BC Kleobis and Biton Polymides of Argos
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Timeline 3 Marble Delphi Archaeological Museum in Delphi Greece These two sculptures seem to be designed in the form of guards. It looks as if  they are standing at attention trying to protect something, someone or a certain area.  There are several different stories about the statues and how they came about. It is said  that their mother and her priestess was very impressed with their work habits and  loyalty, that the priestess gave them the best gift that could be given to a mortal, which  was statues in their honor. The statues are life-size are on display at the Archaeological  museum in Greece.  Figure 2 438 BC
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Timeline 4 Elgin Marbles: Metope Unknown Marble British Museum, London This is a very unique sculpture by the Greek unknown artist. It’s a sculpture that  is carved out of a marble wall. It still has the fine detail just as the other Greek  sculptures do and there is still nudity involved. The other interesting fact is that there is  a human head and torso on what appears to be a horse’s back half. The half human 
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This note was uploaded on 01/30/2011 for the course ART 101 taught by Professor Annavida during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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