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Greek Art & Architecture - Wordfind - Solution

List of Descriptions

1.
A type of marble favored by Greek sculptors.
2.
On what part of a Greek temple would you find drums and flutes.
3.
An early technique used in Greek vase painting.
4.
Making a column bulge or swell in the middle to make it more dynamic.
5.
Stone columns made in the shape of female figures.
6.
A mural made by applying paint to wet plaster.
7.
A sturdy metal produced by combining copper and tin.
8.
A young female figure carved in stone.
9.
A temple whose perimeter is defined by columns.
10.
The sacred room in a temple where the image of the god is kept.
11 - 13.
Three types of Greek columns are familiar to many students.
14.
The triangular architectural element in a Greek temple.
15.
A simple, functional structure invariably built on a hillside.

Answers

1.
Parian
2.
Column
3.
Black-figure
4.
Entasis
5.
Caryatids
6.
Fresco
7.
Bronze
8.
Kore
9.
Peripteral
10.
Cella
11 - 13.
Doric, Ionic and Corinthian
14.
Pediment
15.
Theatre

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