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Drawing upon your Classics in DC Project, choose one selfie from your blog to research in greater detail and write a 2-3 page (800-1200 words) analysis of the relationship between ancient and modern worlds. Make sure your thesis of the relationship is argumentative and back it up with evidence you discovered in your research. Be sure to cite any outside sources and provide a bibliography OR footnotes with complete bibliographical entry. I will upload a photo of the Smithsonian if needed or you can look it up.
How The Smithsonian Relate To Ancient Greek Temples
Length: 2 pages (550 Words)
Modern versus Ancient Architecture
Ancient Greece is the envy of many historical empires that are known in today’s society. Beyond military and economic prowess, Greek kingdoms were hailed to be lovers of knowledge so much that modern philosophy and law is founded on Greek methodologies. Temples were the main places of learning where the Greeks, from early childhood to old age, would spend time studying about many disciplines amongst them Greek religion. In today’s society, the Smithsonian Institution has tried to its level best to equal Greek architecture in the construction of its museums. The Smithsonian Institution is now world famous for its replication of Greek architecture of temples being designed as places of study (Miles & Jeffrey 53).