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Unformatted text preview: 2. Unpopular because he insulted audience ii. Terence (195 or 185-159 BCE) f. Paratheatricals i. Somebody dies in every show 1. Gladiators 2. Mime 3. Naumachiae 4. Venationes 5. Chariot Races a. Extreme Sabotage II. The Rise Of Christianity a. Serious Religious Persecution i. Lots of People Died b. Christians Dislike Theatre i. Pagan Origins ii. Christians Tortured of Killed iii. Sinful Subjects iv. Actors “Lie” (Anti-Theatrical Prejudice stared with Plato and Aristotle and continues all the way until today) (Rome Falls in 476 AD)...
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