Classical period

the musical period of time following the Baroque period and preceding the Romantic period, spanning 1750-c.1830.

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  • Classical archaeology — is the archaeological investigation of the great Mediterranean civilizations of Ancient Greece and Ancient Rome. Nineteenth century archaeologists such as Heinrich Schliemann were drawn to study the societies they had read about in Latin and… …   Wikipedia

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