These Mythic Art creations take their inspiration from the realistic paintings of the old masters just as the film West Side Story came from Shakespeare's play Romeo and Juliet, who in turn copied it from Pyramus and Thisbe, from Ovid's Metamorphoses. Our shared cultural heritage, great works of art, literature, music and drama, cinema, folk tales and fairy tales are all drawn upon again and again by the creators of new works.
Ancient Greece The British Museum site is full of interactive tours, simulations, and games to make the study of Ancient Greece enticing for kids. Another option is to take an interactive tour of the Olympics, Greek theatre, and Greek festivals.
Other highlights include a God and Goddesses symbol game, an interactive tour of household items, a Spartan education challenge, and a farming challenge. The Geography section features a series of zoomable maps and an interactive dive of a shipwreck.
War section explores Overall, a great introduction to ancient Greece for younger students. Perseus Project Perseus Project is an impressive digital library for Greek and Classical resources from the Classics Department at Tufts University for primary and secondary source scholarly works that cover the history, literature and culture of the Greco-Roman world.
The collection contains extensive and diverse resources including primary and secondary texts, site plans, digital images, and maps. Works are listed by author and you can browse the Greco-Roman Collection or use the search engine. Art and archaeology catalogs document a wide range of objects: The site also has FAQs, essays, a historical overview, and an extensive library of art objects, and other resources.
Special exhibits include The Ancient Olympics and Hercules. Site is updated regularly. The Greece section covers five major areas: It also includes related links to other BBC pages. The site consists of a series of extended expert essays on various topics: Visual highlights include an Ancient Greek Olympics photo gallery and a related War and Technology gallery.
Plenty of great information, though the site lacks the engaging multimedia features found on other BBC History offerings. Cleisthenes, Themistocles, Pericles, Socrates, and Aspasia. Each character is introduced via a video clip from the series.
There are also a series of background pages on Greek culture, Greek warfare, Greek architecture, and other people and places in Greek history.
Animation and simulations play an important role on the site. All in all, this is an excellent introduction to Ancient Greece for students.
Internet Ancient History Sourcebook: Greece The Internet History Sourcebooks are wonderful collections of public domain and copy-permitted historical texts for educational use by Paul Halsall of Fordham University. The Internet Ancient History Sourcebook contains hundreds of well-organized sources also includes links to visual and aural material, as art and archeology play a prominent role in the study of Ancient history.While the traditional view of the ancient Roman artists is that they often borrowed from, and copied Greek precedents (much of the Greek sculptures known today are in the form of Roman marble copies), more recent analysis has indicated that Roman art is a highly creative pastiche relying heavily on Greek models but also encompassing Etruscan, native Italic, and even Egyptian visual culture.
Women of Mythology; Warriors, Mothers & Virgins: The Art of Howard David Johnson. Realistic Paintings and Pictures of legendary women and mythical goddesses of Classical, (Greek & Roman) Celtic, Norse, African and Asian Myths and Legends. Greece Web Sites; Lesson Plans, Activities, and more; Greece Web Sites.
The British Museum: Ancient Greece The British Museum site is full of interactive tours, simulations, and games to make the study of Ancient Greece enticing for kids. Classical, Greek and Roman, Myths & Legends. An exhibition of Mythic Art by Contemporary American Illustrator Howard David Johnson, whose illustrations of Mythology have been published all over the world by distinguished learning institutions and publishers including the Universities of Oxford and Cambridge.
Sounion Kouros (c) National Archeological Museum of Athens. By unknown sculptor. Notice the formulaic, rigid, design. Greek Sculpture Made Simple ( BCE). Save up to 50% Off on Metropolitan Museum of Art tickets & more with the New York Explorer Pass.
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