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Honors English 2: Greek Mythology Quiz Review
Why do myths exist?
1st Written Record of Greece
Greeks made gods from _____
Provided men to feel free from the PAR…
-Greek & Roman mythology is supposed to show us the way the h…
Illiad by Homer
their own image
An omnipotent unknown
Why do myths exist?
-Greek & Roman mythology is supposed to show us the way the h…
1st Written Record of Greece
Illiad by Homer
English 2 honors greek theatre
Antagnorisis
Catharsis
Peripeteia
Stichomythia
The critical moment of recognition or discovery, especially p…
The purging of emotions or revealing emotional tension, espec…
A sudden turn of events or unexpected reversal
Dramatic dialogue characterized by brief exchanges between tw…
Antagnorisis
The critical moment of recognition or discovery, especially p…
Catharsis
The purging of emotions or revealing emotional tension, espec…
15 terms
English Honors 2 Greek Gods
Zeus
Delphi
Ino
Hermes
God of sky and thunder. Brother of Hera. Father of Hermes, Ar…
The oracle (where they go to hear prophesies)
Queen of the sea
Messenger of the gods. Son of Zeus
Zeus
God of sky and thunder. Brother of Hera. Father of Hermes, Ar…
Delphi
The oracle (where they go to hear prophesies)
English 2 Honors Greek Tragedy Terms
Harmartia
Hubris
Nemesis
Peripetia
Word often translated as 'tragic flaw', a built-in character…
Pride, arrogant over-weening pride that made a man think that…
The terrible unseen dark powers of revenge and retribution th…
Literally 'reversal', where the opposite of what was planned…
Harmartia
Word often translated as 'tragic flaw', a built-in character…
Hubris
Pride, arrogant over-weening pride that made a man think that…
Honors English 2 Greek and Latin week 2
Mal
Mis
Non
Per
Bad
Wrong
Not
Through
Mal
Bad
Mis
Wrong
25 terms
Greek roots set 2 english honors
Mania
Mech
Meter
Morph
Madness... Maniac
Machine ... Mechanic
Measure ... Centimeter
Shape ... Metamorphis
Mania
Madness... Maniac
Mech
Machine ... Mechanic
Honors English 2 Greek and Latin week 3
A, an
Amphi
Anti
Dia
Not, without
Both
Against
Through
A, an
Not, without
Amphi
Both
English 2 Honors Final Exam - "Greek Notes"
What is the scene the introduces the c…
Which element of drama is the "choreog…
Antigone and Creon's stubbornness is p…
Which character represents a group of…
Prologue
Stage directions
Tragic flaw
Chorus
What is the scene the introduces the c…
Prologue
Which element of drama is the "choreog…
Stage directions
15 terms
Honors English Greek Morphemes Set 2
amphi
stat
an
dem
both/around
stand or stop
absence
people
amphi
both/around
stat
stand or stop
39 terms
Honors English 10 Greek and Latin Roots 2
andr/o
centr
crac
gen
man, male
center
government, rule
birth, produce, race
andr/o
man, male
centr
center
15 terms
Honors English 2 Greek Vocab 1
Paragon
Caco
Cacophony
Caliber
A model of excellence; an exceptional person who is a rival f…
Bad; ill
Harsh discordance of sound; meaningless mixture of sounds
Degree of merit or excellence; quality
Paragon
A model of excellence; an exceptional person who is a rival f…
Caco
Bad; ill
49 terms
Greek Myths Tri 2 for Honors English Wills
Dryades
Naiades
Bacchai (Bacchantes)
Oreiades
a tree nymph, or tree spirit. In Greek "drys" signifies "oak."
a type of water nymph who presided over fountains, wells, spr…
Also known as "maenads." Were female followers of Dionysus. O…
a type of nymph that lived in mountains, valleys, and ravines…
Dryades
a tree nymph, or tree spirit. In Greek "drys" signifies "oak."
Naiades
a type of water nymph who presided over fountains, wells, spr…
24 terms
Honors English 10 Greek list #2
Mono
Poly
Logy
Bio
one, alone, single
many
science, study, account
life
Mono
one, alone, single
Poly
many
English Honors 2 Greek Tragedy Vocabulary
anagnorisis
hamartia
hubris
peripeteia
a critical moment of recognition, generally preceding peripet…
a tragic flaw
excessive pride, arrogance
a sudden turn of events
anagnorisis
a critical moment of recognition, generally preceding peripet…
hamartia
a tragic flaw
English Honors EXAM 2.o (LATIN AND GREEK)
am, amor
anim
fin
flu, flu, flux
love
mind,will,spirit
end, boundary, limit
flow
am, amor
love
anim
mind,will,spirit
Greek and Roman Pantheon (English 2 Honors)
Zeus
Hera
Hades
Poseidon
Jupiter ... Area of control:... Lord of the sky... Family Relationship…
Juno... Area of control: Protector of marriage... Family Relationsh…
Pluto... Area of control: God of Underworld and King of the dead…
Neptune... Area of control: God of the Sea... Family Relationships:…
Zeus
Jupiter ... Area of control:... Lord of the sky... Family Relationship…
Hera
Juno... Area of control: Protector of marriage... Family Relationsh…
Honors English: Latin Roots #2 Greek Equivalent
Anim
Stell
Far
Nov
Psych
Astr
Nom
Neo
Anim
Psych
Stell
Astr
11 terms
English 2 Honors Greek and Latin Roots
Circum- circumfrence
Equi- equivilant
Pre- Perceptive
-ary ansestary
around
equal
through
(adj) of or relating to
Circum- circumfrence
around
Equi- equivilant
equal
12 terms
Honors English 2 Greek and Latin Week 11
Pli plic
Port
Prec
Prim
Fold
Carry
Price
First early
Pli plic
Fold
Port
Carry
15 terms
English I Honor, Greek and Latin Roots 2
Super/supra
Sub
Hyper
Hypo
above; supercilious (adj) arrogant, haughty, overbearing, con…
below; subvert (v) to secretly work to weaken someone's autho…
above/beyond; hyperbole (n) exaggeration
below/under; hypocritical (adj) professing feelings or virtue…
Super/supra
above; supercilious (adj) arrogant, haughty, overbearing, con…
Sub
below; subvert (v) to secretly work to weaken someone's autho…
58 terms
Honors English 3: Greek Roots 2
logy
biology
pathology
psychology
science, study, account
science dealing with the study of living organisms
science dealing with the nature and causes of disease; someth…
science of the mind
logy
science, study, account
biology
science dealing with the study of living organisms
32 terms
Greek Roots 2 (English III Honors)
mono
mor
morph
neur, nerv
one
fool
form
nerve
mono
one
mor
fool
Honors English Latin and Greek Roots 2
Cause, cuse, cus
Ced, ceed, cede, cess
Cenetri
Chrom
Cause, motive
Move, yield, go, surrender
Center
Color
Cause, cuse, cus
Cause, motive
Ced, ceed, cede, cess
Move, yield, go, surrender
Honors English 2 Greek and Latin week 1
A, ab
Ad
Ante
Bene
Away
To, toward
Before
Well, good
A, ab
Away
Ad
To, toward
64 terms
English 2 Honors Greek and Latin Roots + Derivatives
Aequus
Canto
Credo
Fundo, Fusum
Equal (Equal)
Sing (Cantor, chant)
Believe (Credible)
Pour, thing poured (Transfusion)
Aequus
Equal (Equal)
Canto
Sing (Cantor, chant)
english 2 honors Greek Drama Quiz
explanation for the word tragedy
main tragic playwrights
who wrote most comedies
main elements of the theater
- referred to the goats sacrificed before performances at the…
Sophocles, Euripides, and Aeschylus
Aristophanes
theatron, parodos, orchestra, skene
explanation for the word tragedy
- referred to the goats sacrificed before performances at the…
main tragic playwrights
Sophocles, Euripides, and Aeschylus
51 terms
Honors English Greek Characters
Comedy play writer, only 11 full piece…
Classmates with Octavian, wrote Aenied
Third tragedy writer, wrote Hubris
First tragedy writer, wrote Oedipus an…
Aristophanes
Virgil
Euripides
Sophocles
Comedy play writer, only 11 full piece…
Aristophanes
Classmates with Octavian, wrote Aenied
Virgil
13 terms
Honors English 2 Final- Gods and Greek Names
Zeus
Hera
Poseidon
Demeter
Jupiter/ Jove
Juno
Neptune
Ceres
Zeus
Jupiter/ Jove
Hera
Juno
Honors English Greek Roots
AUT, AUTO
CRACY
DEM, DEMO
CHRON, CHRONO
self
government
people
All, complete
AUT, AUTO
self
CRACY
government
16 terms
Greek and Latin English honors 2 quarter 3
Inter
Mega, megalo
Mal(e)
Man, main
Between, among
Big
Bad, wrong
Stay, remain
Inter
Between, among
Mega, megalo
Big
13 terms
Honors English - Greek Worldview
Epic
Vital Powers
Arête
Greek Arête - Physical Excellence
a long narrative poem in an elevated style presenting charact…
means life, energy and activity
excellence or the utmost perfection a person could achieve mo…
- The Greeks were high-spirited and full of vigor... - They foug…
Epic
a long narrative poem in an elevated style presenting charact…
Vital Powers
means life, energy and activity
15 terms
Honors English 2: Greek and Latin Stems Set 2
Par
Hemo
Ultima
Infra
Equal... (Compare, disparity, parity)
Blood... (Hemoglobin, homophobic)
Last... (Ultimatum, ultimate)
Beneath... (Infrared, infrasonic)
Par
Equal... (Compare, disparity, parity)
Hemo
Blood... (Hemoglobin, homophobic)
English I Honors Greek Morphemes Test 2
Root: arch
Root: archae
Root: dem
Root: gen
Govern; rule
Ancient
People
Kind; race; origin
Root: arch
Govern; rule
Root: archae
Ancient
Greek Gods English honors 2 LWC
Zeus
Delphi
Ino
Hermes
Zeus was the god of the sky and ruler of the Olympian gods.
Delphi is located in upper central Greece, on multiple platea…
Ino was a mortal queen of Thebes, who after her death and tra…
Olympian god in Greek religion and mythology, the son of Zeus…
Zeus
Zeus was the god of the sky and ruler of the Olympian gods.
Delphi
Delphi is located in upper central Greece, on multiple platea…
32 terms
Honors 10 English Greek roots week 2
mono
mor
morph
neur, nerv
one
fool
form
nerve
mono
one
mor
fool
12 terms
Greek Roots 2- English 1 Honors
arch, archi
dem
gen, gon
gon
rule; govern
people
kind; race; origin
angle
arch, archi
rule; govern
dem
people
32 terms
English 10 Honors - Greek Roots #2 Week 2
mono
mor
morph
neur, nerv
one
fool
form
nerve
mono
one
mor
fool
7 terms
Greek gods--names, functions and attributes for Honors English--part 2 of 2
Artemis (Roman name--Diana)
Ares (Roman name--Mars)
Aphrodite (Roman name--Venus)
Hephaestus (Roman name --Vulcan)
Goddess of the hunt, virginity, Rchery, the moon, and all ani…
God of war, violence, and bloodshed. Symbols include the boar…
Goddess of love, beauty, and desire. Symbols include the dove…
Master blacksmith and craftsman of the gods; god of fire and…
Artemis (Roman name--Diana)
Goddess of the hunt, virginity, Rchery, the moon, and all ani…
Ares (Roman name--Mars)
God of war, violence, and bloodshed. Symbols include the boar…
28 terms
Honors English Greek Gods
zeus
hera
poseidon
hades
god of the heavens and earth, ruler of weather, giver of just…
goddess of marriage and married woman
god of the sea and earthquakes
god of the underworld
zeus
god of the heavens and earth, ruler of weather, giver of just…
hera
goddess of marriage and married woman
15 terms
Honors English 2: Greek and Latin Stems Set 1
dis
eco
lingu
socio
bad... dystopia, dysfunctional
house... ecosystem, ecology, economics
tongue... bilingual, linguist, linguini
society... sociological, sociology, socialism
dis
bad... dystopia, dysfunctional
eco
house... ecosystem, ecology, economics
Honors English Latin and Greek Roots 2 Examples
Cause, cuse, cus
Ced, ceed, cede, cess
Cenetri, centri
Chrom
Accusation, causation, because
Concede, proceed, precede
Centrifugal, centripetal, concentric
Chromatic, chrome, polychrome
Cause, cuse, cus
Accusation, causation, because
Ced, ceed, cede, cess
Concede, proceed, precede
15 terms
english honors greek terms
tragedy
hubris
tragic flaw/fatal flaw
catharsis
a kind of drama that presents a serious subject matter about…
an extreme pride and arrogance shown by a character that ulti…
a flaw/error in the hero that leads to their downfall
the audience feels this emotion. it is the emotional discharg…
tragedy
a kind of drama that presents a serious subject matter about…
hubris
an extreme pride and arrogance shown by a character that ulti…
Greek Prefixes- Honors English
a-, an-
amphi-, amph-
ana-
anti-, ant-
without, not
both, around
up, upon, again, back
against
a-, an-
without, not
amphi-, amph-
both, around
22 terms
Greek Morphemes English Honors.
astr
bio
ethn
glyph
star
life
nation
carving
astr
star
bio
life
62 terms
Honors English Greek Gods
Greek writer with whom mytholgy begins
Greek author who wrote the first guide…
First historian of Europe
Latin poets
Homer
Pausanius
Herodotus
Ovid and Seneca
Greek writer with whom mytholgy begins
Homer
Greek author who wrote the first guide…
Pausanius
23 terms
English II Honors - Lesson - Greek Roots
-astir- -aster- -astro-
-auto-
-bio-
-chron-
star
self
life
time
-astir- -aster- -astro-
star
-auto-
self
39 terms
Honors English Greek Terms
Augury
Stream of Consciousness
Invective
Verbal Irony
a sign of what will happen in the future
a persons thoughts and conscious reactions to events perceive…
insulting, abusive, or highly critical language
irony in which a person says or writes one thing and means an…
Augury
a sign of what will happen in the future
Stream of Consciousness
a persons thoughts and conscious reactions to events perceive…
English Honors Greek Vocab
Betrothed
Augurer
Belied
Capital Crime
The person to whom one is engaged
Active
Fail to give a true notion or impression of something
One for the punishment of which death is inflicted
Betrothed
The person to whom one is engaged
Augurer
Active
15 terms
English II Honors - Unit 5 Greek/Latin Roots
vid/vis
envisage
visage
pari
to see
to imagine; to conceive of
face; facial expression
be visible, appear
vid/vis
to see
envisage
to imagine; to conceive of
13 terms
English II Honors - Unit One Latin/Greek Roots
VINC/VICT
DUC/DUCT
TRACT
PETO
to conquer
to lead
to drag
to seek aggressively, to assail, to rush
VINC/VICT
to conquer
DUC/DUCT
to lead
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