Student Presents 3
Trimurt is Sanskrit for three forms and is also the word for the three main Gods in
Hinduism: Brahma, Vishnu, and Shiva. Vishnu is most worshiped and the all prevailing. Brahma
is the creator (secondary creato
Humanities I Ch 7 Notes
Augustine of Hippo- A 32-year-old man from North Africa. His mom was Roman
Catholic and his dad was a pagan. He wrote the Confessions, one of the most famous
prayers in history.
Confessions- Genre of self-reflective writing in the
Humanities I Chapter.1 Questions
1. In general, what are the earliest kinds of art and culture we find in history? Why are
works like the cave paintings at Lascaux and Alamira important in the history of art?
What do you find most interesting about these
Huma Ch 7 Questions
1. What is the Hagia Sophia and how or why is light important to this architectural
wonder? Describe the building?
The Hagia Sophia was the principle church of Constantinople. It was destroyed twice,
once by fire and once by civil diso
Humanities I Ch. 4 Terms
Etruscans They spoke a none European language that was written in script. They were
admirers of Greek art.
Roman Republic (509 - 31 B.C.) They spoke Latin. There temples were hybrids of
Greek styles. They also had two main schools
Ch 4: Roman Readings
1. Summarize the subject and style of Virgils Aeneid. Show how the work
demonstrates the classical Roman virtues described in the preview to chapter 4 on
page 117, gravitas, pietas, dignitas, and virtus?
Virgil mainly writes in metric
Ch.6 .Rise of Biblical tradition
Monotheism- A doctrine or belief that there is only one God.
Polytheism- The belief in or worship of more than one god.
Patriarch- Any of the biblical figures regarded as fathers of the human race (Abraham,
Isaac, and Jaco