Influences of Tools and Technology

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Influences of Tools and Technology Jennifer O’Neal HUM 205 Tina LePage Axia College of University of Phoenix October 14, 2011
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Over the different eras tools and technology have played a role in the evolution of art. From the Egyptian Civilization, Romanesque and Gothic, all the way to the 20 th century Pop Culture; the arts have evolved a little bit more from one to the other. Taking a look at the eras, the way the eras have evolved and continued into the others will be covered, and similarities will stand out. Let’s begin with the Egyptian Civilization, and the pyramids in which once appealed the eyes. Egyptian Civilization used mud brick in order to create the pyramids in which were used as tombs. Consequently, because these pyramids were formed from mud brick, there are hardly any remains of these pyramids left. Although the tools and technology were not of best demands, the pyramids were brought about, and were used in with the beliefs and acted as tombs. Moving a little farther in time, technology and tools advancing,
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This note was uploaded on 10/28/2011 for the course BEH 225 taught by Professor Mrking during the Spring '09 term at University of Phoenix.

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