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  1. Introduction
  2. The Metropolitan Museum of Art
  3. Conclusion

As confirmed by the National Archaeological Museum of Athens (n.d.), it is during the years 600 through 480 B.C., the Archaic period, that Kouros sculptures governed Greek art. These sculptures came in male and female form, depicting subjects who the state had financially supported, or designed as religious building decorations, or serve as an immortal reminder of a dead person's good qualities and nature. However, secularism slowly began to infiltrate and influence Archaic art. This occurred when sculptures in temples and sanctuaries had the names of patron's, an artist, or even an individual's personal nature carved into the statue.

[...] "Eastern Europe and Scandinavia, 1000 B.C.?1 A.D.".Retrieved July 22, 2011, from http://www.metmuseum.org/toah/ht/?period=04®ion=eue#/Works-of-Art Metropolitan Museum of Art. (n.d.). "The Eastern Mediterranean, 1000 B.C.?1 A.D.". Retrieved July 22, 2011, from http://www.metmuseum.org/toah/ht/?period=04®ion=wae#/Works-of-Art Metropolitan Museum of Art. (n.d.). ?Egypt, 1000 B.C.?1 A.D.?. Retrieved July 22, 2011, from http://www.metmuseum.org/toah/ht/?period=04®ion=afe#/Works-of-Art Metropolitan Museum of Art. (n.d.). "Western and Central Europe, 1000 B.C.?1 A.D.". Retrieved July 22, 2011, from http://www.metmuseum.org/toah/ht/?period=04®ion=euw#/Works-of-Art National Archaeological Museum of Athens. (n.d.). ?Sculpture of the Archaic Period?. Retrieved July 22, 2011 from, http://www.greeklandscapes.com/greece/athens_museum_archaic.html National Archaeological Museum of Athens. (n.d.). ?Sculpture of the Greek Classical Period?. [...]


[...] Below the next page is a copper brooch in the shape of a horse. The piece was made sometime around the Iron Age and Halstatt period in central Europe. Even cultures in Eastern Europe and Scandinavia practiced metal sculpting, as did the peoples of Central and North Asia. However, the people of Central American used ornamental stone materials like jade; minerals like Jadeite, and cinnabar, an ore from mercury. From Egypt, Greece's source of influence, they have many exquisite displays of their artisanship. [...]

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