Which of the following is true about sun disk artworks from ancient Scandinavia, Greece, Egypt, and the Aztec Empire?
Artists made them by carving different kinds of stone.
They decorated the palaces of high-ranking officials.
Ordinary people used them in their daily routines.
Symbols in them represent sun gods or how the sun traveled.
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Which of the following artists made sun disk artworks featuring a horse-drawn chariot pulling the sun?
Scandinavian and Greek
Scandinavian and Egyptian
Aztec and Egyptian
Aztec and Greek
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Aztec and Egyptian
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It is actually Scandinavian and Greek because the Greeks made a bowl with the art of the Greek Helios a sun god in a sun chariot being pulled by 4 horses and the Scandinavians made a sculpture of a sun being pulled by a single horse. I am sorry I didn't see your question.