Greco-Persian art - meaning and definition. What is Greco-Persian art
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Greco-Persian art         
Greco-Persian art, also Graeco-Persian art or Anatolian-Persian is an artistic synthesis between Ancient Greek art and Achaemenid Persian art, which can mainly be seen in the archaeological finds of ancient Anatolia in present-day Turkey. It is part of the evidence of "the presence of Persians in the region".
Greco-Roman world         
  • A map of the ancient world centered on Greece.
  • Roman Theatre of Mérida, Spain.
REGIONS HISTORICALLY INFLUENCED BY THE LANGUAGE, CULTURE, GOVERNMENT AND RELIGION OF THE ANCIENT GREEKS AND ROMANS
Greco-Roman; Graeco-Roman; Greco-Roman civilization; History of Egypt under Sasanian Persian occupation; History of Egypt Under Sasanian Persian Domination; Greco-Roman culture; Greco-roman world; Decline of Graeco-Roman polytheism; Greco roman world; Greco-Roman period; Greco roman; Decline of Greco-Roman paganism; Greek and Roman World; Graeco-Roman world
The Greco-Roman world (; also Greco-Roman culture; spelled Graeco-Roman in the Commonwealth), as understood by modern scholars and writers, includes the geographical regions and countries that culturally—and so historically—were directly and intimately influenced by the language, culture, government and religion of the Greeks and Romans. A better-known term is classical civilization.
Blackhead Persian         
SHEEP BREED
Swartkoppersie; Blackhead Persian (sheep); Blackhead Persian sheep
The Blackhead Persian (also known as Swartkoppersie) is a fat-tailed breed of domestic sheep from Africa. The sheep is originally from Somalia and a direct descendant of the Somali sheep.