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  • Greko Roman Like Free Style
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    Wrestling Thesis statement: Free style, Professional, Greko Roman, and Collegiant wrestling have very different rules and styles. I. Free style wrestling A. Rules B. Style II. Professional wrestling A. Rules B. Style. Greko Roman wrestling A. Rules B. Style IV. Collegiant wrestling A. Rules B. Style Wrestling is broken into four different types based on rules and style; Freestyle, Professional, Greko Roman, and Collegiant. Free style is usually started after school is let out for the summer. The...
  • Baptistery's Great Resemblance Of A Roman Building
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    People often try to imitate a finished product if it has become popular. When this is done after several years it is considered a revival. Usually the artist or patron has a purpose such as modeling after a powerful culture or religious significance. They may slightly change or mix other styles to make the best of past and present. In Florence Italy there stands a baptistery. It resides west of the Florence Cathedral, which was modeled after the baptistery. The Cathedral began in 1296 by Arnulfo...
  • Poems Of The Renaissance
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    Architecture of the Renaissance reflects the earlier works of the Roman, Byzantines, Moslems, and many other civilizations. The S. Pietro No. 1 was begun in 1564 and was designed by Michelangelo Buonarroti, and Carlo Made rna. Many components of this structure reflect their foreign influences. The large, ominous dome along with the two smaller, less intimidating ones confirm the Byzantine style had entered the Renaissance. Grand, elaborate columns demonstrate Roman and Greek style of temples. An...
  • Indian Drapery Of The M Style
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    For some four hundred years before the second century, the Buddha was represented only in symbols. At the end of the first century, in both Gandhara and Mathura, he suddenly was depicted in anthropomorphic form. G, where one of the two versions of the anthropomorphic B first appeared, may be taken loosely to include much of Afghanistan and the westernmost section of northern India. In 327 bc, G was conquered by the armies of Alexander the Great. Although the Greek occupation lasted only a short ...
  • Roman Law The Adopted Son
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    When a Roman man was adopted into another family (a usual event, due to the small amount of children most families had), his name would become the adopted fathers full name, plus his own family name in a declined form. Examples follow: Gaius Julius Caesar Octavianus (Augustus), born in the Octavia family, adopted by Julius Caesar Mamercus Aemilius Lepidus Livia nus (Princeps senat us in the 1st century BC), born as the son of a Liv ius, adopted into the Aem ilii Lepidii. Definition and Descripti...
  • Unique Aspect Of The Roman Civilization
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    Early Roman art reflected previous civilizations, but as time passed, the Romans developed an artistic style completely their own. One very unique aspect of the Roman civilization, which setup art, was the use of public baths. At first these public baths consisted only of dressing room suites and bathing chambers. However these baths began to incorporate intricate decorated libraries, lecture halls and open forums for the public to look at statues of their gods. In these chambers the walls we re...

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