the direct rule of the people(demos)
an independent city state
a vase with a hole placed at the bottom for a libation( a liquid used as a sacrifice to a deity) so it could seep out unto the grave
the ceremonial games in which all the Greek states participated
Greek, shallow drinking cup
two-handled Greek storage jar
tall vase with two handles and a cover
a pattern made up of bands of horizontal, abstract motifs also, called the Greek key
the formative period of Greek art
mythological beast, half man and half horse
female monster (Medusa had a head of snakes could turn men to stone)
the period of Greek art from 900 to 500 BC. It was the earliest period of great vase painting and the beginning of monumental stone sculpture
a creature which is half bird and half woman
is a style in which the entire design is painted in black silhouette against the red clay. The internal design is scratched in with a needle.
Red figure painting
the reddish clay was painted with black slip (watery clay substance). The design was freely painted with a brush which made it possible to show overlapping and foreshortening
is a female figure which functions as a column
an archaic Greek sculpture of a standing female youth
an archaic Greek sculpture of standing male youth
means high city is a sacred hill on which the Parthenon was built
was an element of the Doric frieze separating two consecutive metopes and divided into three sections
a swelling in the middle of the shafts on a column
a small building set up for the safe storage of votive offerings
a triangle over the lintel in a temple
the entire structure above the columns
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