CLAS240 Final Review 2 of 3[1]

CLAS240 Final Review 2 of 3[1] - Even to the point of...

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Even to the point of revolt Procopius, The Persian Wars 1.24 (Futrell pp.215-8) Nikas Revolt of 532 In an effort to crack down on rioting fans, Justinian provokes them to unite in a revolt. They attack public places and even set fire to the Hippodrome itself!
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Hippodrome in Constantinople
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The Circus Maximus
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Circus Gaii et Neronis
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Circus Maxentius
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Carceres
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Naufragium
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Pulvinar : the “corporate box”
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Colosseum and Circus Maximus: architectural comparison
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Terms editor : the sponsor of the games lanista : representative of the ludus (school) libellus : the program of events pompa : the opening procession praecox : herald
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Venationes
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Calpurnius, Eclogues 7.24 (Futrell p.89) “Nor was it my lot only to see monsters of the forest; sea calves also I beheld with bears pitted against them and the unshapely herd called by the name of horses, bred in that river whose waters, with spring like renewal, irrigate the crops upon its banks.”
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ludi meridiani
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Strabo, Geography 6.2 (Futrell p.91) “… I saw him torn to pieces by wild beasts at an
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