The Relevance in Historic Art

The Greeks would often display images of life on appliances such as pots. This particular pot exhibits athletes playing sports such as track and field.

This small objects presents the perfect idea of what money looked back thousands of years ago to the Greeks.
This is the thought-to-be view of Zeus, the father of gods and men, and the ruler of weather and sky.
The eyes in this particular statue captivate the beholder the most.

Dragons are universal. This is the idea of a dragon in the Greeks’ eyes; however, they are not as widely known as China’s.

2 thoughts on “The Relevance in Historic Art

    1. Thanks! Usually when I take pictures in a museum the lighting is off since we’re not allowed to use the flash. So I just edit them like this 🙂

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