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The Main Characteristics of Ancient Greek Sculpture

The Main Characteristics of Ancient Greek Sculpture The initial freestanding statuary was improved by the Archaic Greeks, a notable success since until then the only carvings in existence were reliefs cut into walls and pillars. Most of the freestanding statues were of young, winsome male or female (kore) Greeks and are called kouros figures. Symbolizing beauty to the Greeks, the kouroi were designed to look stiff and typically had foot forward; the males were vigorous, powerful, and nude. Life-sized versions of the kouroi appeared beginning in 650 BC. The Archaic period was an extraordinary point of change for the Greeks as they expanded into new modes of government, produced fresh expressions of art, and attained knowledge of the men and women and cultures outside of Greece. But in spite of the issues, the Greek civilization continued to progress, unabated.

Interior Wall Water Features are Ideal for House or Office

Interior Wall Water Features Ideal House Office 09080042200.jpg Interior Wall Water Features are Ideal for House or Office Beautify and modernize your living space by adding an indoor wall fountain in your home. You can create a noise-free, stress-free and comforting ambiance for your family, friends and clientele by installing this type of fountain. Your staff and clientele alike will take notice and complement your new interior wall water feature. Your interior water feature will most certainly capture the attention of all those in its vicinity, and stymie even your most demanding critic as well.

A wall fountain is a great addition to any residence because it offers a tranquil place where you sit and watch a favorite show after working all day. The benefits of an indoor water feature include its ability to release negative ions with its gentle sounds and eliminate dust and pollen from the air while creating a soothing environment.

Features Hydro-statics for Dummies

Features Hydro-statics for Dummies When in equilibrium, liquid delivers force to its container or any other material it comes in contact with. There are 2 forms, hydrostatic load or external forces. The liquid applies the same amount of force to the numerous spots that it comes in contact with, provided that the surface is level. An object that’s completely submerged in a fluid that’s in equilibrium experiences vertical energy on all points of its body. These vertical forces are buoyancy, and the concept by itself is more fully defined by Archimedes’principle. When hydrostatic force is exerted on an area of liquid, this will become hydrostatic pressure. A city’s water supply system, fountains, and artesian wells are all examples of the application of these principles on containers.

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Eco-Friendly Fountains: Good for the Planet Are you looking to beautify your backyard?Solar water features might be the answer - they are a perfect add-on to any home because they embellish the design and raise the price of your home.... read more


The First Modern Wall Fountains Pope Nicholas V, himself a well educated man, reigned the Roman Catholic Church from 1397 to 1455 during which time he commissioned many translations of old classic Greek texts into Latin.... read more


Installation of a Garden Fountain In Smaller Yards Since water causes a reflection, smaller spaces will appear larger.Dark materials alter the refractive properties of a fountain or water feature.Use underwater lights, which come in many different forms and colors, to show off your new feature at night.... read more


Outdoor Garden Fountains: An Ideal Decor Accessory to Find Serenity You can find peace and tranquility by simply having water in your garden.The trickling sounds emerging from your fountain can be helpful in masking any bothersome sounds in your neighborhood.... read more