You now realize the Byzantine Greece had a short lived neoclassical revival in the late 900’s, roughly five centuries before Italy’s.
You now realize the Byzantine Greece had a short lived neoclassical revival in the late 900s, roughly five centuries before Italys.
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You mean Byzantine Rome?
Greeks were the serfs of Byzantium, cope
It was Roman
Cope. East Rome was a fully Greek nation by the time of Leo I.
They always acted on classical themes. What are you talking about?
If you mean 'ethnicity' by genetics. Then no. If you mean 'ethnicity' by identity and culture. Definitely no.
>If you mean 'ethnicity' by genetics.
Retard, they were letting anyone who could spell their first name serve in government in those times.
>They always acted on classical themes
The classical style died out around Diocletian.
>they were letting anyone who could spell their first name serve in government in those times.
You can't prove that, neither does it have anything to do with ethnicity.
>The classical style died out around Diocletian.
I said 'Classical Themes'. No, they did not practice the same art styles as the 2nd century but it is still derived from it and shares many of the same features. Such as in Diocletian's palace.
no it wasn't
Armenians, Bulgarians, Isaurians, Vlachs, Italians were huge parts of it
Seething Greek lmao, sucks knowing that Alexander wasn't Greek and Byzantium was Roman doesn't it?
alexander was greek you fucking brainlet
Yeah the Macedonian Dynasty was pretty baller
I wish the Slavs conquered all of Greece and put an end to the Gayreek plague
>the ______ renaissance
That thing isn’t comparable to Renaissance paintings
Ok? Its still better than anything europe put out before or after until the renaissance.
No it’s not, Carolingian Renaissance was similar
Carolingian renaissance art was anatomically correct but not classical.
Renaissance art wasn’t classical. The romans couldn’t make realistic 2d art.
That is cool fact to know anon. I like Byzantines too. So have a bump.
Yep with the macedonian dynasty
Well that looks like fucking shit, then again Byzantine """art""" was pretty shitty in the first place. I wonder what made them virtually incapable of drawing straight lines/geometrical shapes in particular, it all looks so sketchy and shaky.
moron. Byzantine art is confy
yep, almost the same
B-but... wait. What revival?
Isn't Byzantium literally Rome?
You are not implying that... the Dark Ages were real, are you?
The Byzantines had a period of decline following the Arabic conquests + Slavic invasions that got reversed by the Macedonians. Consider suicide.