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I am Senior Mariousz and I'm trying to make flash.And I don't wanna type just a sentence so I'll write a quote: It is better to reing in hell than to serve in Heaven.
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Macedonia is Greece.It has no conection with these slavs.We have many proofs that Macedonian were Greeks,you have none.
Kingdom may refer to: Kingdom, a realm governed by monarchy Kingdom (biology), a category in biological taxonomy Kingdom (comics), a comic series by Dan Abnett and Richard Elson for 2000 AD Kingdom (Kumi Koda album), an album by Koda Kumi Kingdom (Cataract album), an album by Cataract "Kingdom" (song), a song by David Gahan Kingdom (TV series), a British television drama starring Stephen Fry Kingdoms (board game), a board game by Reiner Knizia Medieval II: Total War: Kingdoms, a real time tactics computer game by Creative Assembly Petty kingdom A Brief Comparison of Greek and Roman Sculpture by Teacher Oz (me): When comparing Greek and Roman sculpture you need to know about the three distinct periods of Greek sculpture. The Greek Archaic, Classical, and Hellenistic styles each represent different ideals. Archaic, best represented by the Kouros, evolved from Egyptian sculpture. Kouros characteristics were: rigidity, one foot forward stance, formal hair treatment, bilateral symmetry (same on left and right), and its frontality (block like). It differed from the Egyptian in that the sculpture was nude, there was no webbing between the arms and body, and there was attention to anatomical detail. The Archaic Kouros was the composite of the athletic ideal through mathematical formula(1:8). It was not realistic, but idealistic. During Classical period, the change in sculpture was embodied by one word: controposto. The most significant change in sculpture to that date, controposto was the counterbalance, or s-curve of the body. One foot came forward and the weight distribution became more naturalistic. Besides conroposto, the other characteristics of Classical sculpture were: head turned on different plain from body (aloof, representing reason controlled) and less formal hair treatment. Archaic was carving "stone into body", while Classical was carving a "body out of stone". "The Canon", by Polyclitus, is the archetype of classical sculpture. The goal of classical sculpture was to portray a perfect balance and harmony through art. This mirrored Greek philosophy. The Hellenistic period occurred after the Peloponnesian War and a new reality emerged in Greek sculpture. This sculpture was not idealistic. "The Boxer" shows the boxer's bleeding knuckles after the fight. Ideal beauty is no longer the object. The Roman's mainly stole or copied Greek sculpture. The chief legacy of Roman art was portraiture. Realism was the key (which would link it to the Hellenistic style), BUT idealism ruled sculpture when used for propaganda purposes (an example is the statue of Caesar Augustus). Essentially, Classical Greek Sculpture: IDEALISM/UNIVERSALITY Roman Sculpture: EMPHASIS ON PARTICULAR RATHER THAN UNIVERSAL MACEDONIA - The Greek kingdom in AntiquityMacedonia is within Greece and it is a province not a country. MACEDONIA IS HELLENIC(GREEK) NOT SLAVIC. Macedonia was always Hellenic(Greek) and it was never Slavic as the FYROM country illegally tries to convince the whole world. http://www.teacheroz.com/greeks.html https://knol.google.com/k/makedonas-ma cedon/macedonia-the-greek-kingdom-in-a ntiquity/1donfo9fypdef/2# MACEDONIA IS HELLENIC(GREEK) NOT SLAVIC. Macedonia was always Hellenic(Greek) and it was never Slavic as the FYROM country illegally tries to convince the whole wo(((((((o0o)))))))RLD
This is acopy paste because I don't have too much time to write.
Here's a video that proofs.
MACEDONIA IS GREECE!!!!DEAL WITH IT!!!!!!!!!!!
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