“Bright purples, golds, pinks, reds, and blues”

Our modern day view of ancient Greece is somewhat colored (as it were) by the lack of color. But the austerity of the all-white marble buildings and statues that adorn many archaeological sites and ruins is not what the ancient Greeks saw. A researcher has been working to determine the colors and color patterns that once adorned ancient Greek statues.


This Is What Ancient Greek Statues Used To Look Like In Color

By Robin Andrews

IFL Science

August 26, 2016

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