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The Greek architecture from the Mycenae period (approximately 1200 BC) to the 7th century BC no longer exists, and the life and prosperity of the city at that time were just enough to bear public buildings. However, many ancient Greek buildings during the colonial period (8-6 centuries BC) were made of wood or mud bricks or clay. Except for a few foundations, almost no buildings have been left until now. For these newly budding buildings, There is almost no documentation and description.
Some common ancient Greek building materials, such as wood, were used to support and used as roof beams; especially in many houses, unfired bricks were used to build walls; and limestone and marble were used as pillars in temples and public buildings. The walls and upper part of the building; terracotta tiles are used for roof tiles and decoration; and metal, especially bronze, is used for decorative details. Archaic and classical architects used these materials to construct five types of buildings: religion, public, people's livelihood, funeral or recreation.

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