Greek Color

We’ve all known for a minute now that the architecture and sculpture of ancient Greece wasn’t left as natural stone, but was painted in technicolor – and ultraviolet light is know giving us a better idea of just what these familiar ruins and works of art really looked like. Makes our copies of Ancient Greece’s architecture look like they’re in need of a paint job, no?


Posted: August 25th, 2010
at 5:21am by orangemenace

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