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Architecture in Greece
Political purpose was to celebrate civic and pride; offer thanks to the war; material consisted of mud brick, stone, wood, limestone, and terracotta
Third order of Greek Architecture (fluted column, elaborate capital decorated w/ ancthus)
Best known for public form of architecture; did not serve as a modern church; a place to leave offerings, helmets, statues and waepons
Covered walkways; merchants can sell goods, artist can display their work; religious gatherings
open place assembly; gathering to hear statements of the ruling king; only for free born male citizens
Training; Athletes completed nude to encourage appreciation of the male body and a contribution to the Gods
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