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The PantheonMarcus AgrippaTemple to all Roman gods. Major Works of MusicDelphic Hymns to ApolloHonor the patron god of the games, Apollo. Substantial fragments of the "First Delphic Hymn to Apollo" was discovered in 1893 by a French archaeologist. It was inscribed in marble and carved on an outside wall of the Treasury of the Athenians at Delphi.Cultural Exchange & Diversity in the Classical PeriodCultural exchange is the sharing of ideas that occurs when Western, European cultures interact with those outside of itself. Through trade and exploration, Europe’s cultures began to include ideas and goods gained from the wider world.
Type of ExchangeName the kind of cultural exchange that took place.Cultures InvolvedIdentify the cultures that participated in the cultural exchange.Result of ExchangeWhat was the result of the exchange? How did it impact the involved cultures?
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Greek alphabetPhoenicians, Middle EasternWrite own language, while imitated Egyptian mythological creatures artistic motifs Greek sculpture“Kouros” EgyptianCelebrated nude sculptures Contemporary Influences of the Classical PeriodContemporary influences are how the Classical period’s ideas and achievements still appear in today’s world. Ifwe can recognize these influences, we can develop a strong understanding of our culture’s history and future.Contemporary ExampleClassical InfluenceProvide examples of how Classical ideas appear in the modern world. United States government(Democracy) Right to voteUnited States National monuments(Architectural) Monuments/national buildings U.S Capitol, Supreme CourtOh Brother, Where Art Thou?(Theater) Modern retelling of the OdysseyMODULE 3 STUDY GUIDE: The Renaissance10
Overview: The Renaissance (French for “rebirth”) was a new period of cultural and intellectual growth in the Western World – in fact, it was only the second after the Classical Period. Between the Classical Period and The Renaissance was the Medieval Period – often referred to as the “Dark Ages” for its lack of cultural advancement. Beginning in Italy, The Renaissance saw the end of the Medieval Period and a reawakening of the humanities in Europe that built upon Greece & Rome’s cultural foundations.Themes of the RenaissanceThemes are the major focuses of civilization in a given period, as seen in art, philosophy, politics, literature, etc. These larger ideas shape and influence the different disciplines in the humanities throughout this course.

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