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Frieze :3500年的文化 ; 五個補充說明 ‘The Age of Bronze’ mirrors the pose of this figure from the Parthenon frieze.


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Pheidias was the ancient Greek artist likely responsible for designing the sculptures and friezes of the Parthenon, and Rodin thought he was ‘the greatest of sculptors’. Sometimes Rodin even drew directly from these ancient works – his ‘The Age of Bronze’ mirrors the pose of this figure from the Parthenon frieze.

See the French sculptor’s masterpieces and ancient works brought together for the first time in our major #RodinExhibition – opens 26 April: http://ow.ly/TcQT30iQJIK



This part of a frieze shows a dynamic battle between the Greeks and the Amazons, a mythical tribe of fierce female warriors. It was made around 350 BC for the Mausoleum at Halicarnassus, one of the seven wonders of the ancient world. Once painted with vivid colours, the complete frieze around the building was 140 metres long!
See this frieze and explore ancient Greek art and sculpture in our touring exhibition, now open at CaixaForum in Barcelona – find out more: http://ow.ly/x7Se30gNhsV





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painted frieze in Red House (William Morris) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V12bcQIcIBUA panorama of a frieze in the Precinct of Amun Re https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Karnak#/media/File:Karnakfrieze1.jpg




At 31 yards long, this limestone slab was inscribed with millennia-old Luwian, an ancient language spoken by people in modern-day Turkey.


A great prince, an almost-forgotten ancient script, and whisperings of a…
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An 8th-century B.C. example of Luwian script, from the Oriental Institute Museum at the University of Chicago.


An 8th-century B.C. example of Luwian script, from the Oriental Institute Museum at the University of Chicago. PUBLIC DOMAIN

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