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Introduction to Greek Architecture (Grade 10)

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Introduction to Greek Architecture

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Constructed using a series of side-by-side arches, the                        was a system that carried water from mountain streams into cities.
The massive oval                          could accommodate 50,000 people. Contests were held there, involving hundreds of gladiators and animals.
Pericles built the                          for the goddess Athena.
Over the centuries, the Greeks developed three                   , or decorative styles.
Almost all Greek temples were                              in shape.
The three orders of Greek architecture are:                 ,                , and                           .
The most well know Acropolis in Greece is the Acropolis of                   .
There were many temples built in Greece, because their life was dominated by                       .
The Parthenon is an example of the:
  1. Corinthian Order
  2. Doric order
  3. Ionic Order
  4. Iconic Order
The latest and most ornate order is the:
  1. Doric
  2. Ionic
  3. Iconic
  4. Corinthian
How many years did it take to complete the Parthenon?
  1. 10
  2. 15
  3. 4
  4. 20
What building material did the ancient Greeks prefer?
  1. paper
  2. ceramic
  3. wood
  4. marble
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