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PLEASE HELP ME:'((( you have to fill in the blank with whichever letter goes where A.Korai B.standing female C.gods and goddesses D.egyptains E.kouroi,honor,and sacrifice G.standing male nu H.human figure I.public memorials,gifts to temples, or grave markers J.archaic period 1.most common archaic sculpture form 2.time from 700-480 B.C.E 3.standing male nu 4.standing female figure 5.always presented clothed 6.presented the most compelling subject matter for greek sculptures 7.ancient greeks believed they took human form 8.greek sculptors learned techniques from these people 9.kouroi and korai represent this 10.sculptures were commissioned as these

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Dana Keller on September 17, 2018

1. Most common of the Archaic sculpture form - G. Permanent Male nu. I never imagined that certain persons during that period. I just wanted to show the male figure of how is, and is often used this sculpture as a gift to Apollo.2. Time 700-480 B. C. E. - it's definitely J. Archaic Period. This was a beautiful period for which Greece became a prosperous civilization. It is also called the Classic period. Before this period, Greece had culture.3. Standing male nu - E. Kouroi or Kouros. This is how the Greeks called foot male nu statues during the Archaic period. The statues were usually located near the life-size of human beings.4. Standing figure of the woman - A. Korai or Kore. This is how the greeks called the permanent of the figure of the woman. These figures were never nu and used as a gift from the goddess Athena.5. According to what I have said in question 4, the 100% correct answer is: Always present dresses - B. Standing female.6. Presented the most convincing of the subject matter of sculptures Greek - H. Human Figure. While the greeks were making these sculptures, the greeks looked at the human bodies. For what it represents Kore and Kouros as the "Ideal"7. The ancient Greeks believed that took human form - C. Gods and Goddesses. That is why it is used statues as gifts to their gods.8. Greek sculptors learned techniques of these people - D. Egyptians. The greeks settled in where there were signs of Egyptian sculpture. And they were inspired by that.9. Kouroi and Korai represent this - F. Beauty, honor, and sacrifice. For the greeks, these statues were associated with the ideals and of their gods, then this is the most suitable option.10. I remember, the correct number should be like this: Sculptures were commissioned as these - I. Public monuments, gifts to the temples or grave markers.

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