A privileged person by birth, he was still emissary’s strongest advocate. Later in Particles career, he conveyed an intriguing speech honoring soldiers who had fallen in early battles of the Peloponnesus War, a skirmish for power between Sparta and Athens that would eventually result in Athens defeat in 404 BCC, long after Particles own death. Despite the fact, Sparta and Athens united together to form the Delia league, to fight off the Persian threat in 478 BCC, by 450 BCC, Persia was no longer a threat, and Sparta sought to foment a large scale revolt against Athenian control of Delia league.
Sparta formed it owns Peloponnesus ague, motivated at least partly by Ethane’s use of Delia League funds to rebuild its acropolis. Particles resisted the rebellion vigorously, as Athenian preeminence among the Greeks was at stake. Soon after the Persian invasion in 480 BCC, the Athenians initially agreed to keep the acropolis in a state of ruin as a warning sign of the horrible price of war; however, Particles persuaded them to rebuild it. Largely renovated with elaborate architecture and sculpture, it would become, Particles argued, a tinting memorial not only to the war but especially to Athens role in protecting the Athenian people.
Particles placed the sculptor Aphid’s in charge of the sculptural program for the new buildings on the Acropolis, and Aphid’s may have been responsible for the architectural project as well. The centerpiece of the project was the Parthenon, a temple to honor Athena, which was completed the in 432 BCC after 1 5 years of construction. The Proclaim, was completed the exact year. Other temples were completed later, the Rejection (sass-406 BCC) and the Temple Athena Nikkei (sass BCC).
The main architectures of the Acropolis project were Ictus, Calibrates, and Micelles. The Parthenon is known for its exquisite architectural perfection and Sculptural decoration. The decorations were in three main areas in the pediments at each end of the buildings, on the mottoes, or the square panels between the beam ends under the roof, and on the frieze that runs across the top of the outer wall of the cell. These sculptures present on overall ensue Of proportion and balance, and are appeared strikingly lifelike.
Each columns on the Parthenon swells about one-third of the way up, a device called entails, to give a sense of “breath” or liveliness to the stone. Facing the Parthenon is the Porch of Maidens, it is supported by six caryatids, female figures serving as columns to illustrate the idea of the temple column as a kind of human figure. Today Greek culture has influenced many aspects of the way is being lived today. If it wasn’t for their architectural ideas, we as a society would not be where we are now today.