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Which term best describes a typical Roman sculpture depicting only the head and shoulders of a person? Select one of the options below as your answer: A. bust B. portrait sculpture
C. colossal statue
C. colossal statue
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User: Which statement best describes the difference between the Greek and Roman ways of depicting people through their art? A. The Romans believed in realistic portrayals of individuals, while the Greeks believed in an idealized depiction of types of people. B. The Greeks believed in realistic portrayals of individuals, while the Romans believed in an idealized depiction of types of people. C. The Romans believed in showing restraint when depicting people, and the Greeks believed in showing balance. D. The Greeks believed in showing restraint when depicting people, and the Romans believed in showing balance.

User: Which term best describes a typical Roman sculpture depicting only the head and shoulders of a person? Select one of the options below as your answer: A. bust B. portrait sculpture C. colossal statue

Weegy: C. colossal statue
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