Temple of Hera
Temple of Aphai
Above is a site based on Ancient Greek architecture. It offers accurate information on techniques used to build ancient temples and other architectural gems. It goes into great detail and provides floor plans and aspects that distinctly mark this era. Below is a review of the site for further helpful information.
Accuracy– I found this site to be accurate as I compared the information on the site to some of the information that was in our textbook (The Western Humanities, 7th edition, Volume I). It goes into depth of the characteristics of the Ancient Greek architecture such as Doric order, Ionic order, and Corinthian order which are defining aspects of this time period.
Authority– The author of the site doesn’t give much background information. The only info that I received is his name. This site was created by Michael Lahanas. Although the author left us with no personal information, I think he intended this site to be used as a learning companion site based on the educational info.
Objectivity-I did not notice and biased information on the site. It was straight forward and did not sway an opinion. It is very factual.
Currency– The info seems to be up to date as far as I can see.
Coverage– It covers a broad range on information stretching from Ancient Greece to Modern Greece eras including scientific advancement and architecture.
Above is a site that shows a few examples of Archaic Architecture. I didn’t review this site because I saw it as more of a companion site rather than a site loaded down with educational information which it is not. Hope you enjoy!