Greek Sculpture During The Greek Era

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During the Greek era, three styles of Greek Sculptures emerged. This included; Archaic style, Early Classical style and Classical style and Late Classical style, and last the Hellenistic style. Archaic style sculpture started around 600-480 B.C. The Archaic artistic used Egyptian influences in there sculptures. For example, they learned how to use carving techniques on how to change them to their own taste. One example of a sculpture, Kouros, highlights Egyptian frontal pose, where the left leg is in front of the right and clenched fist on the sides of the body. The only difference, is that the sculptor put an emphasize on the human body. The sculpture is open between the arms and body, showing the defined curves of the muscle. Transition from
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