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Unformatted text preview: Classics 100 Spring 2009 TEST THREE: Study Guide When: Friday, May 1 (1:25‐2:15pm) Where: SOM 137 What to bring: pencil/ pen (we will hand out blue books) The test will cover material from lectures 20‐30. Review the lecture outlines, terms, and study questions that have been posted to SPARK. Here’s the format and breakdown of points (you get a free point for writing your name on the test). Be sure to read the directions carefully! I. 10 multiple choice questions (3 points each) II. Passages to Identify. Choose 3 out of 4. (12 points each) First identify the author and the title of the literary work from which the passage has been excerpted. Then, in no more than three or four sentences, explain the content and significance of the lines cited. How does the passage fit into the larger work from which it has been taken, and what issue(s) does it illuminate within that work and/ or within Greek culture? You may write this information directly on the test itself, in the space provided. Passages may be drawn from the following authors and texts: Sophocles’ Oedipus Tyrannus Sophocles’ Antigone Euripides’ Medea Euripides’ Bacchae Thucydides’ History of the Peloponnesian War (selections from Bks 1 and 2 on E‐Reserves; selections from Bks 5 and 6 on SPARK) Aristophanes’ Lysistrata Aristophanes’ Clouds Plato’s Euthyphro (on SPARK) III. 3 short essays. Choose one question from each of the following areas and write one or two paragraphs. You will write a total of three answers (11 points each). A. Sophocles and Euripides B. Peloponnesian War (Thucydides and Aristophanes’ Lysistrata) C. Socrates in Aristophanes and Plato Plan to spend about 25‐30 minutes on sections I and II and about 20 minutes on section III. If you find yourself getting stuck on a particular question, mark it and move on (you may have time to return to it at the end). Please read over your work carefully and double check that you have completed all parts of the test. Make sure your name is on both your test and blue book, and remain seated until the tests are collected. List of Terms: Who What Where Laius Labdakids Oidipous Creon Jocasta Tiresias Antigone Ismene Creon Polynices Eteocles Haemon Tiresias Medea Jason Helios Pelias Aegeus Dionysus Zeus Semele Actaeon Tiresias Cadmus Pentheus Agave Lysistrata Myrrhine Rod Strepsiades Pheidippides Minos Archidamus Pericles Alcibiades Nicias Socrates Plato Protagoras Meletus Euthyphro Seven against Thebes autochthony Sphinx Riddle of the Sphinx Argo Symplegades Golden Fleece maenads Peloponnesian War thalassocracy Sicilian expedition Athenian Empire funeral oration Melian Dialogue komos comedy (komoidia) Lenaea gynecocracy sophist nomos physis Thinkery Platonic form Thebes Delphi Colchis Mt. Cithaeron Melos Acropolis 2 ...
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This note was uploaded on 03/23/2010 for the course CLASSICS 100 taught by Professor Philippides during the Spring '08 term at UMass (Amherst).

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