During this period, two types of freestanding, large-scale sculptures predominated: the male kouros, or standing nude youth, and the female kore, or standing draped maiden. Grant, Michael, and John Hazel.
The purpose of drama was to not only entertain but also to educate the Greek citizen, to explore a problem.
For a general comparison, see: Roman Sculpture. He was the author of 90 plays, among which are Hippolytus, Trojan Women, and Orestes. It can also be used for the art of people of the former Byzantine Empire under the rule of Ottoman Empire after At the beginning of the 6th century Alcaeus and Sapphocomposing in the Aeolic dialect of Lesbos, produced lyric poetry mostly in the metres named after them the alcaic and the sapphicwhich Horace was later to adapt to Latin poetry.
During the era as a whole, there was a huge improvement in the technical ability of Greek sculptors to depict the human body in a naturalistic rather than rigid posture.
Never a Greek poet that did not warm both hands at that flame. Thus a large market developed in the production and export of Greek sculptureleading to a fall in workmanship and creativity.
Hornblower, Simon, and Antony Spawforth, eds. Archilochus of Paros, of the 7th century bc, was the earliest Greek poet to employ the forms of elegy in which the epic verse line alternated with a shorter line and of personal lyric poetry.
He also wrote Symposiuma series of speeches at a dinner party. Both tragedy and comedy had their origins in Greece.