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many of the depictions of human figures look very similar to each other. 5. Identify and describe two different styles of Greek pottery. Orientalizing style focused on Greek mythology and legendary figures. The black- figure style, artist used silhouetted figures. Critical Thinking Questions 1. Compare and contrast the statues of humans found in ancient Egypt and ancient Greece. Ancienct Egypt statues relates back to the religious beliefs and rulers of the society. 2. What influences what we know about ancient art? How is our knowledge of ancient art similar to or different from our knowledge of prehistoric art? Its different because ancient art already had a source of writing and prehistoric didn’t. And the writing helped the people understand more about the art. 3. What are some of the similarities and differences in ancient art across different cultures?
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All ancient art is used to communicate their traditions and explain a story. 4. Choose one piece of art shown in the unit. In about two paragraphs, create an art critique for this piece of art? 5. Compare and contrast ancient art to prehistoric art. What are the differences and similarities? Prehistoric art is used to explain and tell a story that happened at that time because they didn’t have a form of writing. Ancient art was used when a form of writing was already used but used art to give information about how and why art was created. Both of these art are made with durable material. These structures were on a much grander scale than the structures of prehistoric societies, and some of them were elaborate in their decoration.
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