Monomachos gladiator 86what was a feature of the

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Monomachos (gladiator) 86.What was a feature of the funeral games in southern Italy? Gladiators 87.Gladiator contests became apart of _______ traditions, funerals, or ceremonies to remember the death of a significant person. Roman 88.In Rome, a sacrifice of blood was to Honor a dead man 89.In Rome, they thought when a slaved died that _______ They would join owner in the afterlife (honor) 90.Gladiators were mostly ______ Slaves They fought a few matches per year They did so to become wealthy, and some to earn freedom 91. When the games started which was the least popular? Gladiators 92.How were gladiators awarded freedom? They survived 3-5 years, although most didn't live past 30 93. The morning of the gladiators and games was called __ and showed what? Morning "bestiarii" (animal fights)- show of power, demonstration of wealth 94.The noon time of the gladiators and games was for Public executions of criminals(burning, crucifixion, leaving convict in area with hungry animals) staging plays involving someone dying (role of someone dying goes to criminal).. many people left, In the afternoon the gladiators and games this is when the gladiator contests held- identified by armor or weapon bc representing part of country. 95. What is a net men used a net to trip or trap opponent and injured them with a sphere called?
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Rediarias 96.Wore helmets with visons, carried shields and short swords Samntes 97.Carried small round shields and curve daggers Tharcians 98.Who got to choose if a gladiator lived? Crowd got to vote on if gladiator lived- popular gladiators normally win even if they lost the fight 99.Gladiators in training school were trained by a ___. Lenista 100. A successful gladiator was an Icon, worshiped, idolized within their culture 101. Chariot racing at the circus maximus had reserved seating for what groups of people? The Emperor, senators, financial backers of the race, those who presided over the competition, and the jury that awarded the prizes. 102. Three ideas that have withstood the test of time Great works of literature such as The Iliad and The Odyssey The thoughts and ideas of ancient philosophers like Socrates and Plato Great architectural monuments like the pyramids of Egypt, the Parthenon in Athens or the Colosseum in Rome 103. Sport- Modern term first used around A.D. 1440 Origin of the word is England Latin and French origins 104. In French, the word de(s)porter has its roots in the Latin word ____ , which means ____ Deportare- to amuse oneself 105. Play has three fundamental characteristics Play is intrinsically motivated Play involves the temporary suspensions of normal/ typical reality Play involves internal locus of control (we have control over our actions and outcomes) 106. Somewhat more organized effort at play, where the organized and playful elements of the activity become more evident----- Game 107. Social class example of game Social class- peasants have to go out and shoot game for survival and aristocrats do it for the fun of it 108. Sport- usually see these 4 things in the definition
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Continuity: refers to the longevity of the game
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