In order to sustain their social existence, people reflected their cultural traces and characteristics of the period in which they lived, and produced some objects that they used functionally. Many civilizations have preferred ceramic material for easy shaping and use. Ceramic products, which were used in sun-drying and drying in the sun, were probably found to be hardened by firing. Produced ceramics provide ease of use to people in their daily lives, while their productions have diversified. This variety is seen in the motifs that are shaped on the shaping or ceramic. Despite the many differences seen in the ornaments on ceramic products, although there are differences in cultural, sociological and religious areas among the independent civilizations, there are some similarities when the art objects are examined. In this study, the descriptive expressions and descriptions of the ornaments applied to the ceramics despite the diversity of the civilizations will be examined by using the Inandik Vazosu and the Red Figured Attica Crater from Ferrara and the common features and differences will be examined. The narrative narrative of the two vases compared in the ceremonial atmosphere and the similar cultural images depicted in the ritual scenes of the figures in the embellishments are the main drawbacks of this research.
COMPARISON OF RED FEEDING ATTITUDE KRATERIN IN THE INNANDIC VASOSUN AND FERRARA FORMAL AND AESTHETIC OPTIMIZATION
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