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Terms 7 ­­­ 131108 Peace of Callias  It is a treaty established between the Delian league and the Persian ending the war  Negotiated by Callias a Athenian politician Secret of the Parthenon  X/2x + 1 • The proportion the Greeks used to build the Parthenon   Entasis • An application of curves to create an illusion of it being strait • Used a lot on the Parthenon  Fluting • Grooves running vertically down the columns Kouros   Kouros / Male, Carved in the nude, larger than life  little change between the 7  and 6  century  left foot forward  arms are rigged  looking at us  very unnatural  offering to the good/ grave markers  archaic smile on their faces o Cleobis & Biton : stocky, hair sematric, two brothers, mother was a priest, mother prayed that her sons  would get the most possible … they died that night, they died in their prime, and did not have any sorrows o The Moscorhorus: variation of the Kouros them, his arms are at his chest holding the calf, and he is  hearing a cloak o Kritian boy: sculpted by Crito, variation to the Kouros line, head is turned to one side, a more relaxed  pose, one hip is slightly higher Kore   Kore / Female, carved with cloths, smaller than life  …  o Peplos Kore : (peplos dress, worn in public) smaller them life, stiff linen, symmetrically arrange hair o Chiton Kore: (Chiton dress, a dress to hear at home) you can see more of the body, archaic smile Fifth Century B.C sculptures  Myron : he is most famous for his sculpture of the man throwing the disc   Phidias : he was in charge of organising the different sculptors working in the Parthenon, no one really know what  he sculpted himself  Polyclitus : a bronze sculptor known for his bronze sculptors of a young athlete Bronze sculpture   Bronze Charioteer of Delph
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