CLASSIC 42 Fall - 1998 Quiz 1

CLASSIC 42 Fall - 1998 Quiz 1 - /2 Quiz 1 "...

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Unformatted text preview: /2 Quiz 1 " Classics 42 prism“ I 17 s 9 r ms "' V Answer 8 of the following 10 questions. No single answer should be longer than 4 sentences. Most need to be only 1—2 sentences long. 20 minutes (1) Name three discoveries and/ or technological innovations necessary for the development of motion pictures. Who was responsible and, approximately, when? 0 lho‘iojvqp‘hx/ ‘ Eris-‘3 cubic in Yngrcl image-5 J / (0 Nickrlmicah — Bali {2.5+ mafia n pith-14> M 5”“ PiciL'VQ (2) According to Professor Frischer, what were the most prominent features of the characterization of Rome in nineteenth-century art? (Give at least one example.) Them ar‘l' J- cuHuve. E3pc.u'qlly how they Ware van); /¢r Wk their M 0p€h )1. M50] +149 lJI-fq 0 Free Fervblac (3) According to Starr and Professor Frischer, what are the 3 main periods of Roman history? Give the approximate dates of each. Norm n. k (71 a 6mm) (Rvapr (qu_4 , :.7/7‘56 7}? (4) What are the titles of three of the most powerful office-holders in the Roman Republican form of government. What was one important duty of each office? (5) Identify at least two differences between the Roman Senate and . ) , ’ % \ the popular Assemblies. ’ _ I” w fiMffr] MI ROMan anal'e was Pied-rd for “(c Unlike 1”!” kji’mwf'l’s W1” W9”— é gkded (.‘Or “my! {rem ‘° rarely wen reelecch 5‘ ' I / ’l bh"; lek-‘lu Irr E (I Frl E lVCUV' Iv “’(f q (“141.th (Edgar r J li‘rtll‘t (6) Distinguish the 2 senses in which we use the word "Empire" in talking about Roman history. \/ Empiré‘ Yep?” +6 Mr. ikl'nl cm of Woman ‘13va thh Row by“? ruled I meF‘rs‘. Empire qlso we’rfyg ‘10 Q“ Hm! land “‘0', Rom-w; (old/0;!“ (7) According to Rosenstone, there are 3 broad catergories of historical film. Identify them. / IDV‘WM‘ Use-«HY ptlhxfpvcuk’s cm Indivl'éyqlsrm‘l always jl:51'fl'rl.(qi‘y GULva DOCUMEW‘w‘y - fV, PaLuSIS (in +and51i‘n'5lvh'fially accordich 09+?“ "59 ll'-5i°""""5 1-“ “Wm? 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Name at least 3 kinds of public works that Rome in the 2nd century BC, with its newly-acquired wealth, could afford to construct making life better for the average Roman citizen. (1—2 sentences) 3 Aquedud's‘ bwvjhi PNSRWHF I‘hi‘o flame Pram V”? pt" SWMS. I f ‘ - . ‘\/ @151... flcmds‘ “Ma {.mmspwhh‘," by any Man; easier incl “Home QWSi'vif. Evil All ._. r 1 I "35 3"“¢""‘"“ “live apartment? bvtiap‘m55;lqogs‘.n fl H. ‘7 on ,c Pfloyefl- 2. What is "mos maiorum"? Name at least two precepts that Cato taught under this doctrine. (Hint: what might Cato have told his children about how to be a good Roman?) (2 sentences) mos maimuw‘ mew” 13de 5" fl‘C Wait ar- antl‘lve.FolloW 7 4’ OH Gusi‘omg‘ ’ ‘(OS‘ leflv‘x Cal‘s: fqu‘ed [Winj «Life Peee or MW/chanue and Qja"4's+ +Le /N.f\sd { / 3. In the second scene of the Plautus excerpt we read, the slave W' fib’g ‘ W Tranio's ruse is endangered by the appearance of a moneylender, “~05 Wmv whom Theopropides' son owes a fair amount of money. 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Describe the moment when, in the 2nd half of the film Cleopatra, transforming FROM a strong queen TO a typical 19305, screwball-comedy heroine who secretly wants to be "ruled by her man". the doings of Octavian. Nero) who has an extraordina whose blood won't run out poisoning himself do no 2. / HINT: News comes concerning b. Who is the famous his rical figure in the Tacitus reading (on amount of difficulty killing himself: gashes in his veins, whose attempts at od! Name two causes of anti-Semitism among the Romans after the death of Herod (king of the Jews): the kind of anti-Semitism which was epitomized in Messalla and the other Roman soldiers in Ben-Hur. HINT: we discussed this in last week's section, but you can answer from just reading the Grant chapter. The d;%€hbes m Hue"- r‘Cl.3l'an5_ The Pug-i ‘H'vd' +118 Romans, Wf$hippt1i mum Pinheer (ands cu-Up‘lenfi WI‘JF'“ {hit am! “the jcws / had “(6 H finch wag/~33 raft. ” of ohly One, cog. 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