Why did Ancient Greeks build buildings?
To get to the other side! Nah I'm just messin with ya. They built buildings for the same reason We do: shelter from the elements, protection ect.
The Ancient Greeks were smart builders, they built a lot of buildings for example Auditoriums, Temples, Stadiums... They invented Sculptures, Hippodromes, Pottery...
the ancient Greeks made buildings out of adobe just like the ancient Egyptians
The Ancient Greeks used wood and stone to build their huts
The ancient Greeks.
They built special buildings, such as temples and theaters
The Greeks built temples for the gods they worshiped.
Ancient Greeks invented architecture because they built grand buildings to honor their gods. They had plenty of stone available.
Parthenon's and other religious sanctums. some buildings r to worship gods.
they chipped it
We can't tell the correct time for building buildings in ancient rome
With hard work.
For the most part the ancient Greeks built amphitheaters for the performance of plays or "musicals". The amphitheater in Athens was the well known one called Epidaurus. It remains as part of the Acropolis in Athens.As an aside, some historians report that the Roman emperor Nero, once performed in one of Greece's amphitheaters.
They could have used it to build buildings and design them also
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The Romans used the arch to build large buildings and bridges.
THEY DIDN'T! Greeks didn't have the need for roads so they didn't build them. But for their railways slaves were sent to dig it up!
to cool thier grapes
They used to build buildings and pyramids...
to grow vegetables and to build houses
Acropolis, the highest point in the city
they used to build buildings and pyramids 8======>
Ancient Greeks built beautiful buildings, carved statues, and painted ceramic vases.
The temple of Artemis was built so the ancient Greeks had a place to worship the goddess Artemis.
They built temples for their Gods/ Godesses.
The many types of gods in there older religion
they build temples and statues in their honor.
I dont no sorry can u answer it :D
yes they did they built them to trade, fight, and fish.
Well, ancient people used bricks or sand or somthing to makethings.
In adapting and improving the customs, buildings, arts, sciences and activities of other peoples..
Because the people were too cool to build it
the greek influence was only in philosophy and art
to live therein, and build homes . And trade
The Acropolis was built as a citadel by Athens, and included buildings such as the Parthenon, a temple to the city's namesake, the goddess Athena.
He help to build most of the buildings and column in ancient Greece when he was alive.
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Because when you are on a hill everyone sees the whippingd
The ancient Mayan people used limestone plaster to hold stones together
If the question is coming purely from a structural perspective, the Ancient Greeks took care to build well in order to prevent the building falling on top of them. If the question is coming from a design perspective, e.g. the various columns and other design elements, what is important to note is that most of the buildings that we have from Ancient Greece and are popular attractions are the major public buildings, like Theaters or… Read More
The Greeks were master stone workers and many of the buildings and statues they made still exist today. They were the first people to instill a lifelike nature in their statues.
Their stories, their philosophy and science, their art, their theatre, the buildings which we have allowed to sink into rubble, or at best, serious disrepair.
Which building material that is used today was invented to build large buildings and bridges in ancient Rome?
Ancient Greek houses were made out of sun dried brick on a foundation of stones. Roofs were made out of overlapping clay stones. The flooring of the house was just piles of dirt. where did they build their homes
All the above. Depending on finances, location, and time period.
Usually concrete. Romans invented concrete.
The Ancient Romans basically copied all the Greeks' ideas about many things, including architecture, but improved them. For example, they took the Greeks' idea for a trading ship, used it, but changed the design slightly to make it better. They also invented cement, which let them build things much stronger than the Greeks could.
Yes, the Greeks were ancient.
hercules influenced history by having the ancient greeks build statues of him and that making people fight over it
To worship there gods and godesses. the Partheon was built to worship Athena, goddess of wisdom