Roman, Republican or Early Imperial, Relief of a seated poet (Menander) with…
Antigone by Sophocles. 14th to 23rd November 2013. Cottiers Theatre, Glasgow. Directed for STG by Mark Coleman. Costumes by Betty Spoke. Photography by Gavin Macqueen
"La máscara representa a la diosa Ceres.Ceres (asimilada a la griega Deméter) es la diosa de la fecundidad de la tierra, estrechamente relacionada con Dionisio y Perséfone." Información y Foto tomada de Almendron.
Greek & Roman Masks (01)
This terracotta model of a theatre mask is an example of the sort of evidence we have to use to find out about ancient Greek drama. Theatre is one of the most famous and most important legacies of ancient Greece to western culture, but ancient theatre performances and the context in which they took place were very different from what we experience today. The mask leads naturally into the exploration of costume, plays and theatres and should also prompt discussion of why theatre was…
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Greek Theater Mask
Ancient Greek Costumes, Masks And Theatre In Focus
RG - Greek masks were classically used to bring the actors "closer to the audience" because of the dramatic, overly-exaggerated expressions they portray. These masks also allowed actors to play multiple roles. (The word "mask" in Greek is "persona".)
Greek funerary relief of a couple from Athens, 330-320 BCE
GREECE CHANNEL | Close up of one of the Riace Bronzes, or Riace Warriors. Two full-body statues found buried in the sand of the Mediterranean Sea by a diver. The ancient Greek bronzes are dated at 460 - 450 B.C.