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Italian Renaissance and Ancient Greece: The Ideals

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In a sense, the High Italian Renaissance is similar to the Age of Pericles in Athens, in that the turbulence of the time would produce remarkable monuments.How do you think the artistic monuments of the High Italian Renaissance resemble the stature of those produced during the Classical period in Ancient Greek Art, 5th Century BCE.

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The art of these two periods is similar to each other in that each represent the ideals of that specific civilization. The sculpture of David, which Michelangelo said he carved away the ...

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Comparison of the Italian Renaissance and Ancient Greece: The Ideals

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