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    Final Review CLAS 240: Ancient Athletics May 3, 2006
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    FINAL EXAM Monday, May 8, 2006  11:00 AM – 1:00 PM EDUC 211 Short Answer Analysis of Passages Image Analysis Essay
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    The Benefits of Ballgames According  to Galen ( Arete  177) Fun Not just for the rich All around exercise Few Injuries
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    Ball Terms Sphaira Generic “ball” Harpaston Small, hard  covered in  leather Palla Soft,  feathery ball Folis Air filled leather  ball
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    Ball Games • Episkyros  (aka ephibike) • Phaininda (trigon) • Aporrhaxis • Ourania • Ephedrismos
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    Stone Relief from Athens Depicting Episkyros  or  Harpaston
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    Phaininda  or  Trigon
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    Questions to Consider • What did Gladiatorial Contexts provide for the  gladiator?  the people?  the Emperor? • How do these contests enhance the process of  “Romanization?” • How do gladiator contests make the world more like  the Romans? and the Romans more like the rest of  the world? • What is the modern legacy of gladiator fighting?
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    Earliest evidence  of gladiators comes  from tomb paintings Munes Muneres = “Duty”, “Obligation”
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    The Pompeii Amphitheater
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    The Flavian Amphitheater  (aka Colliseum)
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    Arles
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    Amphitheaters throughout the Empire
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    Roman Lamps
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    The Colchester Vase
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    Gladio , “the short sword”
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    The  rudis wooden sword
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    Mirmillo
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    Retiarius
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