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Translation of the abstract Aesthetic Reading in Evolution of the Arts / Part One

  Translation of the abstract Aesthetic Reading in Evolution of the Arts / Part One

Translation of the abstract Aesthetic Reading in Evolution of the Arts / Part One The book reads about the arts and their history, an aesthetic and historical reading, by tracking the development that takes place in them. The importance of this book comes from the fact that it works and bases on an aesthetic and historical reading of ancient civilizations and it sheds the light on their most important artistic achievements from different angles of plastic arts such as: the art of engraving and photography, the arts Architecture, and the plastic arts from a comparative perspective. Finally, looking at what these ancient civilizations have offered raises a question: Were the artistic and architectural masterpieces presented by the ancestors inspired by them or have they become forgotten in museums? The seeds of human civilization have grown, mellowed, and nurtured in the ancient Near East .The Tigris and Euphrates rivers flowed in Iraq and the Nile in Egypt, so man settled on the sides of those rivers and built agricultural villages and cities and created colors of civilization that he continued to nurture until they lit up the whole world. Through the Phoenician sailors who lived on the shores of Syria, the cultural heritage has transferred to Athena and Rome. The book is organized in four chapters: Chapter One: The concept of primitive art and civilization in the Stone Age. Chapter Two: The Mesopotamian civilization Chapter Three: The ancient Egyptian civilization Chapter Four: Hellenistic, Greek, and Roman Civilizations

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