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Racer (concurrent)
Race Number 16421
Date Thu, 26 Nov 2020 07:35:21 +0000
Speed 102 WPM Try to beat?
Accuracy 96.8%
Rank 2nd place (out of 5)
Opponents adrianxavier (3rd place) sabanurag (1st place)

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The Roman genius, so clearly recognizable in every other sphere of human activity, becomes oddly elusive when we ask whether there was a characteristic Roman style in the fine arts. Why is this so? The most obvious reason is the great admiration the Romans had for Greek art of every period and variety. Not only did they import originals of earlier date - Archaic, Classical, and Hellenistic - by the thousands, and have them copied in even greater numbers; their own production was clearly based on Greek sources, and many of their artists, from Republican times to the end of the Empire, were of Greek origin.
History of Art (book) by H.W. Janson (see stats)

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