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15 terms

Lesson 9

Creativity
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Ars, Artis
<L. "art"
Artifact
an object made by human beings; often refers to a primitive tool or other elic from an earlier period
Artifice
Craftiness; Trickery
Cleverness; Skill
Artless
Without deceit or cunning; natural; simple
Crude; ignorant; uncultured
Artisan
a skilled craftsperson
Aoide
<G. "song"
ode
a poem usually addressed to a particular person, object, or event that has stimulated deep and noble feelings in the poet
parody
a humorous imitation of a piece of literature or music
to mimic a style, plot, or idea for comic effect
rhapsody
speech or writing expressing great pleasure or enthusiasm
Canto, Cantare, Cantavi, Cantatum
<L. "to sing"
incantation
the chanting or speaking of words seeming to have magical power or used to create a magical spell
recant
to take back a formal statement or belief previously made known
Pingo, Pingere, Pinxi, Pictum
<L> "to paint," "to embroider"
depict
to paint, draw, or expresss in a picture or scupulture
to describe; to picture in words
pictograph
a picture or drawing representing words or ideas