5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- April 21, 753 BC
- a the bundled twigs around an ax which was the symbol of military control held by a dictator. fascists derive their name from this item.
- b a false name used to conceal identity. From the Latin that means another/other.
- c legendary "city in/under the sea" referenced by Plato, it is a metaphor for a city-state of great power, technological advancement.
- d a large, public open-air arena where entertainment events were held, such as gladiatorial combat.
- e legendary date for the founding of Rome
5 Multiple choice questions
- Greek writer of fables that explain the benefit or harm of certain character traits in a variety of situations.
- nourished girl/girls; female graduates of an institution.
- tall mountain chain spanning France, Germany, Switzerland, Austria, and Italy.
- ever upward! state motto of New York
- the first and last letters respectively of the Greek alphabet
5 True/False questions
amphora → Greek writer of fables that explain the benefit or harm of certain character traits in a variety of situations.
Adriatic Sea → 50 women who killed their husbands on their wedding night; depicted as being tortured in Hades as having to carry water in leaky jugs thus never completing their task into eternity.
Capitoline Hill → legendary "city in/under the sea" referenced by Plato, it is a metaphor for a city-state of great power, technological advancement.
bacchanalia → Greco-Roman spring time festivals to honor the god of wine; often accompanied by theatrical performances and became synonymous with drunken debauchery.
ex officio → by virtue of the office; used to show some aspect a person controls by virtue of their role in another office