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How a culture views the human figure varies greatly. Two cultures can infer and believe whatever they choose because there is no right way. Two cultures that perceive the human figure differently are The Greeks and The Olmecs. The Greeks love analyzing the human figure and are very passionate about human perfection. The Olmecs on the other hand had a very different perception on human perfection and the human figure. Two pieces of artwork that represent the Greek culture well are the Doryphoros Spear Bearer statue, a marble copy of a bronze original created by the Polykleitos during the Greek culture, and the Kritios Boy sculpture which is also a marble sculpture created around 480 BCE.

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