Early Cycladic II period - Syros 2800-2300 BC Medium used to create statue: coarse grained marble. Common characteristics: folded arms, simplistic and proportional.
Late Minoan IB Period - Place found: Egypt Place made: Crete, Grece 1575-1500 BCE Medium used to create jug: clay (ceramic, slip). Common characteristics: depicts sea scape (bottom of the sea) and is two colors (sea weed is black, jar is beige).
Mycenaean Late Helladic III B-C period 1300-1150 BC Medium used to create piece: clay. Common characteristics: emphasized breasts, cult object and small in size.
Archaic Greek - 530 BC or modern forgery. No find site. Medium used to create statue: thasian marble. Common characteristics: not life-like, symmetrical, rigid and stiff in moment.
Classical Greek - 450–440 BC Medium used to create sculpture: parian marble. Common characteristics: Realistic (proportional anatomy), evokes an emotion (calming) and shows movement.
Hellenistic Greek - 320 BC Medium used to create sculpture: marble. Common characteristics: “beautiful” man, extreme detail (not simplistic) and evokes emotion.
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