How were the representations of the human body by Greek and Roman artists similar? A:They both showed an idealized depiction of the hu

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How were the representations of the human body by Greek and Roman artists similar?
A:They both showed an idealized depiction of the human body.
B:They both showed restraint in their portrayal of human emotions.
C:They both showed anatomical features in detail.

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2022-07-23T02:02:55+00:00 2 Answers 0

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  1. Olivia
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    2022-07-23T02:04:02+00:00

    They both restraint in their portrayal of human emotions is the answer.

  2. Lana
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    2022-07-23T02:04:19+00:00

    The Greeks were the ones that showed idealizeddepictions of the human body, accenting things like moles, pimples, or excess fat, the Romans aloneshowed anatomical features in detail, so B is your answer. : D

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