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Ancient Egyptian Sculpture.
Art, for the Egyptians, was not really regarded as how we interpret art today. Their art works were usually made or built for a purpose, and, more often than not, a religious purpose. It was highly symbolic, as opposed to just using art to express one's self or his feelings. Egypt's ancient religion or Egyptian mythology greatly influenced their art. Most of the artworks were offered or built to glorify and praise their gods. And more often than not, these artworks were placed or displayed in the temples, while the others were placed at small chapels and tombs.
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- Ancient Egyptian Sculpture.
- Comparison of "Daughters of Akhenaten" (1379 - 1362 B.C.), "Dionysus in a Sailboat" (C. 540 B.C) and "Frieze In The Villa of The Mysteries" (C. 50 B.C.) - Roman, Egyptian
- Modern Vs. Ancient
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