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Answered: What does the korai statues convey to the ancient greeks

Korai have been found both in sanctuaries to goddesses and in cemeteries. While few of the statues contain inscriptions that explain their purposes, sculptors, or dedicators, the locations of their findings hint that they served as dedications from wealthy women to specific goddesses, and as funeral ...

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Greek cities today looks like the Portugal one's if you mean that.Greek Polis means Greek cities and it was the namw of the ancient Greek cities like Sparta,Athens,Epirus,Macadonia e.tc. Check out how some Greek cities look like today in the beautiful region of Epirus

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What's this ancient Greek religion called?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Athena