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Plakátkészítés: ókori Görögország

Plakátkészítés: ókori Görögország

Képtalálat a következőre: „ókori görögország térkép”

Képtalálat a következőre: „ókori görögország térkép”

Tanulókártya - Történelem - Ókori Görögország

Tanulókártya - Történelem - Ókori Görögország

Greek Gold and Gemstone Diadem, 800/400 B.C.

Greek Gold and Gemstone Diadem, 800/400 B.C.

VISIT GREECE| Ancient Theatre of Epidaurus, #Peloponnese #mainland #destination

VISIT GREECE| Ancient Theatre of Epidaurus, #Peloponnese #mainland #destination

Allez hop, aujourd'hui, un petit cours sur la Grèce que nous partageons avec vous. Je sais que certaines d'entre vous aiment beaucoup la géo...

Allez hop, aujourd'hui, un petit cours sur la Grèce que nous partageons avec vous. Je sais que certaines d'entre vous aiment beaucoup la géo...

Statue of a military officer from Delphi, Greece wearing a military chiton , this statue was made c. 335 BCE.  FOUND:http://www.djibnet.com/photo/classical+art

Statue of a military officer from Delphi, Greece wearing a military chiton , this statue was made c. 335 BCE. FOUND:http://www.djibnet.com/photo/classical+art

This...is...SPARTA!!   No seriously, this is Sparta. Ancient Ruins of Sparta. - Erin

This...is...SPARTA!! No seriously, this is Sparta. Ancient Ruins of Sparta. - Erin

Mystras, Sparta, Greece. A UNESCO World Heritage Site

Mystras, Sparta, Greece. A UNESCO World Heritage Site

A Goddess (Persephone)  20 BC-50 AD  Greek, after a work of about 340 BC    Marble, 151.1 cm high    She stands elegantly in Mrs.Gardner's courtyard...    It was Praxitelean draped beauty which appealed to Mrs. Gardner’s tastes and standards in Greek sculpture. The Praxitelean goddess or lady of fashion brought to Boston at the outset of the Edwardian decade suited these aspirations to classical perfection.

A Goddess (Persephone) 20 BC-50 AD Greek, after a work of about 340 BC Marble, 151.1 cm high She stands elegantly in Mrs.Gardner's courtyard... It was Praxitelean draped beauty which appealed to Mrs. Gardner’s tastes and standards in Greek sculpture. The Praxitelean goddess or lady of fashion brought to Boston at the outset of the Edwardian decade suited these aspirations to classical perfection.

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