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1. All of the following are examples of imperfections in Greek society
2. Although we are used to seeing Greek sculptures as stark, white statues,
they were originally very:
3. The figure of the Kouros shows the idea of the __________, standing
4. In the Kouros figures, the sculptors have taken the figures' clothes
off to show that:
5. There were probably two main functions of the Kouros figures. They
were either presented as offerings to the gods, or:
6. The female equivalent of the Kouros is the:
7. Which sculpture from the early fifth century B.C. represents a "dramatic
transition in art"?
8. The Zeus statue was not carved from stone, but was modeled
in clay and then cast in:
9. The Acropolis, the citadel that still dominates Athens, is crowned
10. The creators of the Parthenon adapted the traditional temple form,
but gave it a sense of __________ despite its massive scale.
11. The Parthenon was built on the ruins of a temple destroyed by the:
12. The ancient Athenians admired the inside of the Parthenon, which
held a statue of __________ nearly 40 feet high.
13. Under Alexander the Great, the Greek empire spread as far as Asia
14. In the carvings on the Great Altar of Zeus from Pergamum (Pergamon),
the struggles of the gods, heroes and giants are shown with a __________
not found in classical Athens.
15. Rome conquered __________ in the middle of the second century B.C.
16. The Greek "visual language" (or "art") was adopted
by the Romans, and then by the: