Examples of golden age in the following topics:
- Korea's Joseon Dynasty (1392–1910) is considered the golden age of Korean pottery.
- This era marked the golden age of Korean pottery, with a long period of growth in imperial and provincial kilns and much work of the highest quality still preserved today.
- The Han Dynasty is considered a golden age in Chinese history during which a great deal of art, including burial goods, was produced.
- The period of the Han Dynasty, which spanned over four centuries, is considered a golden age in Chinese history during which a great deal of art was produced.
- The Tang Dynasty is considered a golden age in Chinese civilization, and Chinese figure painting developed dramatically during this time.
- During the Tang Dynasty, considered a golden age in Chinese civilization, Chinese painting developed dramatically, both in subject matter and technique.
- The Middle Kingdom was a golden age for ancient Egypt, when arts, religion, and literature flourished.
- Spanning over four centuries, the Han Dynasty period is considered a golden age in Chinese history highly influenced by Confucianism.
- Spanning over four centuries, the period of the Han Dynasty is considered a golden age in Chinese history.
- Discuss the influence of Han philosophy and art on what would be considered a golden age in Chinese history.
- The Tang dynasty, generally regarded as a golden age of Chinese culture, was founded by the Lǐ family, who seized power during the decline and collapse of the Sui dynasty.
- It is generally regarded as a high point in Chinese civilization and a golden age of cosmopolitan culture.
- Chinese culture flourished and further matured during the Tang era; it is considered the greatest age for Chinese poetry.
- Two of China's most famous poets, Li Bai and Du Fu, belonged to this age, as did many famous painters such as Han Gan, Zhang Xuan, and Zhou Fang.
- During the forty-four-year reign of Emperor Xuanzong, the Tang dynasty reached its height, a golden age with low economic inflation and a toned down lifestyle for the imperial court.
- The prosperity of the Gupta Empire produced a golden age of
cultural and scientific advancements.
- This period became known as the Golden Age of India because it was marked by
extensive inventions and discoveries in science, technology, engineering, art,
dialectic, literature, logic, mathematics, astronomy, religion, and philosophy
that crystallized elements of what is generally considered Hindu culture.
- Other scholars of the Golden Age helped create the first Indian
numeral systems with a base of 10.
- The cultural creativity of the Golden Age of India produced magnificent
architecture, including palaces and temples, as well as sculptures and paintings
of the highest quality.
- The Golden Age of India
produced many temples, decorated with various sculptures and paintings, such as
the Dashavatara Temple, also known as the Vishnu Temple, in central India.
- The full development of this specialization is seen from the late 1620s, and the period from then until the French invasion of 1672 is the core of Golden Age painting.
- Ter Brugghen began painting at the age of 13, studying with Abraham Bloemaert, a history painter trained in Mannerism.
- Though he died fairly young at age 41, his work was well received and highly influential in his lifetime.
- Hals was fond of daylight and silvery sheen, in contrast to Rembrandt's use of golden glow effects.
- Judith Jans Leyster (1609—1660) was one of three significant women artists in Dutch Golden Age painting.
- Athens attained its Golden Age under Pericles in the fifth century BCE and flourished culturally as the hegemonic power of the Hellenic world.
- The fifth century BCE was a period of Athenian political hegemony, economic growth and cultural flourishing sometimes referred to as the Golden Age of Athens.
- With the empire's funds, military dominance, and its political fortunes as guided by statesman and orator Pericles, Athens produced some of the most influential and enduring cultural artifacts of Western tradition during what became known as the Golden Age of Athenian democracy, or the Age of Pericles.
- Pericles was
arguably the most prominent and influential Greek statesman, orator, and
general of Athens during its Golden Age.
- In ages past, they served as
heads of the Athenian state, but in the Age of Pericles they lost much of their
influence and power, though they still presided over tribunals.
- Abbasid leadership cultivated intellectual, cultural, and scientific developments in the Islamic Golden Age.
- The end of the age is variously given as 1258 with the Mongolian Sack of Baghdad, or 1492 with the completion of the Christian Reconquista of the Emirate of Granada in Al-Andalus, Iberian Peninsula.
- Ceramics, glass, metalwork, textiles, illuminated manuscripts, and woodwork flourished during the Islamic Golden Age.
- Scholars developed large encyclopedias of medical knowledge during the Islamic Golden Age, such as this one from a manuscript dated circa 1200.
- Identify the causes of, and developments during, the Islamic Golden Age