The period in which Greek and Roman principles and styles are reflected in society is called the Classical Period. It is also known as the Classical Antiquity, Classical Era or Classical Age.
This period took place in history between the 8th century BC and the 5th or 6th century AD and was centered on the Mediterranean Sea, where the civilizations of ancient Greece and ancient Rome resides.
During this period, Christianity spread and emerged as a new religion and the epic Greek poetry of Homer was widely popularized. The world's greatest artists and musicians also flourished during this period.
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Classical Period was the era in which the Greek and Roman principles and style were reflected in society. During this period Christianity was introduced as a new religion.
This period falls between the baroque era and the romantic periods. Instrumental are much more important for the composer during this period. The Greek and Romans were dominant during this period that is why most of the famous composers are found in their country.
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Art style are reflection on society and times