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Final-Fall1996-97-S-Khairallah - CIVILIZATION SEQUENCE 201...

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Unformatted text preview: CIVILIZATION SEQUENCE 201 FINAL EXAM TIME: 2 HOURS . Jan.2 7,1997 5' Dr. S. Khairaflah READ DIRECTIONS: PART I: BRIEFLY (Obligatory 10 %) (one word or sentence) identify the following: physis arche logos nomos pietas Answer TWO questions in a well organized essay. Number the questions you choose. Return the question sheet with your paper. The polis is an important part of CS. 201. Evaluate its development throughout the course, according to the various texts you have read. Compare and contrast the views on ethics according to Plato, Aristotle, Lucretius, and Virgil. “Your task, Roman, and do not forget it, will be to govern the peoples of the world in your empire...” The Aeneid p. 159. Anchises to Aeneas. Briefly explain the statement, then compare Athenian and Roman imperialism. ...
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