Liberty CSTU 101 quiz 4 - One of the most revolutionary and authoritative
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· Question 1
One of the most revolutionary and authoritative structures ever built, which has influenced the architecture of every age from the ancient Rome to the present day.
· Question 2
Which document did Jefferson write?
· Question 3
Rome had two early philosophies that had been taught by the Greeks, one being Epicureanism. What was the other one?
· Question 4
Who is credited with introducing the Neo-classical architecture to America’s buildings?
· Question 5
The Punic Wars involved which two countries?
· Question 6
From the Christian's perspective which of these is true?
· Question 7
Caesar Augustus, we know from the Bible gave himself this name. What was his name before he took this new name?
· Question 8
Which Roman city was destroyed by a volcano, Mt. Vesuvius?
· Question 9
What structure did the Romans build that allowed their expression of who they were in the world and what they were trying to do? It was also used as a propaganda device; a representation of the yoke of oxen.
· Question 10
Who wrote the poem the Aeneid?
· Question 11
According to the Roman timeline this Republic began around what date?
· Question 12
What were as common in Rome as billboards are to us today?
· Question 13
Which of these seas did not touch the shores of Rome?
· Question 14
According to your textbook who is the greatest Roman historian?
· Question 15
Literally means “the public affair” or “the people’s affair”.
· Question 16
The period from the rule of Caesar Augustus through Marcus Aurelius.
· Question 17
What significant structural architectural principle did the Romans develop?
· Question 18
His long sentences and his forceful word choice and arrangement made him the model of all who aspired to write Latin correctly from antiquity right through the Renaissance.
· Question 19
The greatest Roman poet of the Republic.
· Question 20
These letters were the universal mark of Roman authority.
· Question 21
A good word to describe the Roman mind in relations to art, would be idealistic.
· Question 22
Rome could be described as being pragmatic in their worldview.
· Question 23
The Romans took pride in their Imperialism.
· Question 24
Much of our knowledge of Roman painting comes from the buried city of Pompeii.
· Question 25
The Greeks had slaves but the Romans chose not to embrace slavery.
· Question 26
The Romans viewed the Greek culture as very distasteful and refused to use any of it with their own culture.
· Question 27
The Greeks were more interested in what works, while the Romans were more interested in what is right.
· Question 28
The chief arts of Rome were architecture and sculpture.
· Question 29
Duty, honor, and patriotism were Greek virtues as opposed to the Roman ideals of freedom, truth, and beauty.
· Question 30
The main point we were illustrating with the aqueduct was Roman imperialism.