The Most Expensive Sport in Ancient Greece, the Mysterious Meaning of the Carvings and Statues Within the Acropolis, the Most Celebrated and Wealthy Artist of Ancient Greece, and the Concept of Ancient Grecian Commission work

Chariot racing with 4 horses per carriage was the most expensive sport during the period in which the ancient Greeks lived and has been called the “Formula 1” of it’s day. It is unknown what the most famous work of Ancient Greece, which consists of the marble statues and carvings found within the Acropolis, represent. The most celebrated artist of Ancient Greece was Praxiteles, and was listed as a person within the ranks of the 300 most wealthiest people in Athens, Greece. Praxiteles didn’t make...

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