Art archictecture laocoon and his sons laocoon sought

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Art/ ArchictectureLaocoon and His SonsLaocoon sought to warn the Trogans, Poseidon or Athena sent sea serpents to killhim.Art/ ArchictectureAphrodite of Milos, also known as Venus de MiloSensuality of the draped clothArt/ ArchictectureWinged Victory of SamothraceCelebrate the naval batter and Nike, the Greek goddess of victoryArt/ ArchictectureThe ParthenonDedicated to the goddess AthenaArt/ ArchictectureAugustus of Prima PortaA gift in honor of Augustus’ rise to the position of Casesar.Art/ ArchictectureThe ColosseumSymbol of Imperial
Rome (concrete and stone)Art/ ArchictectureThe PantheonCommissioned by Marcus Agrippa as a temple to all Roman godsDisciplineArtist/Author/ComposerTitleBriefly describe the workHow do themes of the period appear in this work?4. What kinds of cultural exchange took place in this period? (See Cultural Exchange and Diversitysection of Module.)List examples of cultural exchange.What part(s) of the world were involved in this example of cultural exchange?What was the impact of this example of cultural exchange?Greeks borrowed the alphabet from the PhoeniciansTaught the Western civilization to read, write and speak using the alphabets.Greeks
5. How do we see the influence of this period in today’s society and culture? (See Contemporary Influencessection of Module.)List examples of influence of this period in today’s culture.List the art form orhumanities discipline How does this example influence today’s culture?Democracy and RepublicBalanceBeing able to vote on political partiesThe Socratic MethodPhilosophyAsking questions for understanding, children ask questions about life and the world around themThe RepublicPhilosophyFollowing reasoning where it would lead, rather than following tradition or faith in common opinionHarmonic intervalsMusicHear the fifth in the famous first two notes of the Star Wars theme

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