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Greco-Roman to Renaissance

Important contributions of Western culture
Rational thought, Constitutional government, and Judeo-Christian religious ideals (non-barbaric morals)
Western countries
Italy, Spain, Britain, Germany, France, Portugal, The USA, and Canada (among others)
Greek contributions
Mythology, theater, geometry, columns, democracy, the Scientific Method (experimental design)
Roman contributions
Domes, aquaducts, arches, roads, and concrete
Greek art
Marble sculpturess, gods/godesses, nudity (yes, nudity), and atheletes/warriors
Roman art
Clothes (thank goodness) on commoners, busts (usually of the rich), gods/godesses (although they were nude), christian religious scenes, mosaics, and more detailed art
Causes of the fall of Rome
The attack of the barbarians, too much partying, not enough infostructures (I think that’s how you spell it), bad leaders, and too much land
Renaissance art
Emotion, perspective, free-standing sculptures, religious themes, atmosphere, proportion (and changing it to emphasize things), triangular composition,
What was happening in the rest of the world while Western culture had the Dark Ages (Medival)?
The Tang and Song Dynasties (China), the Gupta Empire (India)

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Western countries
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