An artist symbolizing ancient Greece performs during the opening ceremony of the Athens 2004 Olympic Games August 13, 2004.

Performer dressed as ancient greek statue/An artist symbolizing ancient Greece performs during the opening ceremony of the Athens 2004 Olympic Games August

Athens 2004 - Opening Ceremony

Performer dressed as ancient greek statue/Athens 2004 - Opening Ceremony

Opening Ceremony  Athens Olympic Games 2004

Performers dressed as ancient greek statues/Opening Ceremony Athens Olympic Games 2004

GREEK STATUES PAINTED - Google Search

GREEK STATUES PAINTED - Google Search

GREEK STATUES PAINTED - Google Search

Ancient polychromy - still extraordinary! Two different colour reconstructions of the Peplos Kore, Acropolis

GREEK STATUES PAINTED - Google Search

The Ancients loved color! Finding out about this is pretty great but I’m so used to white marbled statues it just doesn’t seem right to see them colored. I have seen so many exhibitio…

Athens2004 Opening Ceremony of the Olympic Games

Performers dressed as ancient greek statues/Athens 2004 Opening Ceremony of the Olympic Games

GREEK STATUES PAINTED - Google Search

7 posts published by Spencer Alexander McDaniel during February 2017

Pragma: rational and realistic love. Alongside the Thames River in London, Summer 2014

Pragma: rational and realistic love. Alongside the Thames River in London, Summer 2014

Storge: affectionate love. Alongside the Thames River in London, Summer 2014

Alongside the Thames River in London, Summer 2014

Philia: brotherly love. Alongside the Thames River in London. Summer 2014

Alongside the Thames River in London.

Philautia: self-love. Alongside the Thames River in London, Summer 2014

Philautia: self-love. Alongside the Thames River in London, Summer 2014

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