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From the beginning of time, humans have constructed monuments that rival even todays
building designs and structural architectures. From pre-historical structures such as the
Stonehenge and The Great Stupa to colorful displays of pictorial living represented on
Euphronios Krater and Funerary Vase, ancient people crafted cultural civilizations with their bare
hands and nature’s natural materials. Each piece of historical artifacts effectively entail the

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Ancient Structures and Classical Crafts You're Name You're Professors Name Course Title Submission Date Table of Contents Ancient Structures and Classical Crafts From the beginning of time, humans have constructed monuments that rival even todays building designs and structural architectures. From pre-historical structures such as the Stonehenge and The Great Stupa to colorful displays of pictorial living represented on Euphronios Krater and Funerary Vase, ancient people crafted cultural civilizations with their bare hands and nature's natural materials. Each piece of historical artifacts effectively entail the telling of stories depicting a culturally drive ideology. From India to ancient Athens, people have effortlessly marked this world with their historical heritages their symbols of cultural iconic value. Stonehenge Stonehenge was developed approximately 8,000 BC to 2,300 BC in a three stage structural development (ESCO, 2014). Located in Wiltshire, England, United Kingdom, the creators that endured the creation of this magnificent structure consisted of three generational families. Families such as the Windmill Hill, The Beaker, and The Wessex people each lived in different time periods, yet, generationally contributed to its marveled construction. The cultural value to the creation of the Stonehenge was to develop, track, and understand time and its contributions to the cycle of life, inc ...
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