I need a PowerPoint project done. It needs to talk about the Rise of Greece, I have all the information and page numbers so you can get information to write. It needs to be 12 slides, 10 informational, 1 that has a link of a song that connects to Ancient Greece, and 1 slide that shows the references. It has to cover the three main things . 1.Language and Literature 2. Art, Architecture, and Music 3. Philosophy and Religion You can do basically 3 slides describing each Main thing through the Rise of Greece. All the instructions and page numbers for information will be on the pictures I send after you accept the bidised for
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Language and Literature
The poet Homer lived during the eighth century BCE. His epic narratives on the Trojan War –The Iliad and The Odyssey were composed
centuries after the actual event and were recited by generations of bards until they were written down sometime in the sixth century BCE.
Hesiod’s Works and Days captures Greek agrarian values as well as the trials, tribulations, and rewards of the life of a farmer. Hesiod also wrote the
Theogony, a poetic account of the origins of the world.
The Greeks adopted the Phoenician alphabet ca. 700 BCE.
Lyric verse replaced Homeric heroic verse during the Archaic period; Sappho of Lésbos was the first woman to leave a literary record that reflects
her own personal experiences.
Herodotus (484-420 BCE), who has been called the “father of history,” wrote the Histories in nine volumes.
Art, Architecture, and Music
By the eighth century BCE, Greeks returned to the representation of the human figure, first in painting on pottery, then in small bronze sculptures.
Because of the prevalence of abstract motifs in vase painting, this period is called the Geometric period.
Contact with cultures of the Near East brought Eastern artifacts to Greece; motifs and styles borrowed from Mesopotamia and Egypt are seen in
the Orientalizing period of Greek art.
The earliest life-size Greek stone sculptures coincided with the first Greek settlement in Egypt, around the mid-seventh century BCE, and markedly
resembled Egyptian cult statues.
During the Archaic period, life-size figures of the nude male appeared and artists began to represent the human form in a way that was true to
nature; smiles were added to create a more lifelike appearance.
In architecture, the Archaic period was marked by the construction of several major peripteral temples and the development of the Doric and lor
Athenians developed black-figure vase painting by the mid-sixth century BCE, with Exekias as its unparalleled master; red-figure vase painting is
traced back to ca. 530 BCE.
The introduction of contrapposto in the Kritios Boy, along with the sideward glance of the head, separate the Archaic period from the Classical
period of Greek art.
Greek music was composed using a series of distinct modes or scale types; each mode was seen as powerful enough to effect human behavior
specific way.
The kithara (a seven-string lyre) and the aulos (a double-reed instrument) were developed ca. 675 BCE and were used, like most musical
instruments, to accompany singers; purely instrumental music was introduced at the end of the Archaic period.
A vast literature on music theory developed; Pythagoras discovered the numerical relationship of music harmonies and our modern musical
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Philosophy and Religion
Greeks sought explanations from their deities for natural phenomena and psychological characteristics that they recognized in themselves
Greek mythology offered no central body of information; rather, there were often varying versions of the same basic story. Greek myth and
consisted of folktales, primitive customs, and traditional rituals.
It is often said that the Greeks made their gods into men and their men into gods; the difference between gods and human beings was sir
gods were immortal.
The Presocratic philosophers (who lived and died before Socrates and Plato) were united by their use of logic and theoretical reasoning
practical questions about the world and human experience. Presocratic schools of philosophy included Materialism, Pythagoreanism,
Presocratics emphasized the human rather than the divine; Protagoras said, “Man is the measure of all things, of the existence of those
and of the nonexistence of those that do not.”

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