Early Temple Architechture and Temple Worship from Ancient Near East, Egypt and Greece
The cultures of the Ancient Near East, Egypt and Greece all had one thing in common: religious worship. These cultures built temples to their gods and worshipped them with different customs and traditions. As a whole, they believed that the gods reside above the world of the humans, and to get closer to their gods, built temples on platforms trying to reach them on a physical level. They had elaborate artwork dedicated to the gods in the temples and created votive offerings for the gods. However, the cultures and separate time periods all had their own unique way of designing the temples a…
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