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Review of Lecture 17: Greek Art and Architecture What are the three Greek architectural orders? How do the columns of each order differ? How does the temple façade of each differ? How were temple exteriors decorated? What does the interior of a temple look like? How does temple architecture evolve? Order- Doric, Ionic, Corinthian. Doric is directly on top of temple and have alternating Metepe and triglyph with Pedament above it was simple and solid. The Ionic have a base above the temple and curved Volute as well as a continuous story telling frieze. Corinthian was more graceful and gentile. The inside was similar to a dim cathedral what the outside had lavish decorations. What does a typical Greek house look like? Who spends most of the time there? Men typically spent most of their time outside of the house while women were expected to stay home and take care of domestic duties. A typical house had a central court with rooms around. There was a division of rooms with womens rooms, formal dining rooms
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This test prep was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course CC 31915 taught by Professor Beaulieu during the Spring '07 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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