Greek and Roman true and false questions

Apr 30th, 2015
FratBro23
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Along with Daoism, Hinduism uses the way of nature to explain the divine spirit in pantheistic writings.

True or False

 Polytheism was characteristic in Akhenaton’s belief system, which worshipped many gods and was framed by the Book of the Dead.

True or False

 In the Roman drama, Oresteia, Aeschylus writes of the tragic murder of Agamemnon by the hands of his wife and subsequent revenge in the hands of his son, Orestes.

True or False

 Zoser is notable for ordering the construction of the Step Pyramid in Saggara, Egypt to which Imhotep was the architect.

True or False

 Along with Schliemann, the archeologist, Howard Carter unearthed ancient artifacts from the city of Troy and Giza respectfully.

True or False

 A typical pylon temple was characteristic in the Temple of Karnak including a hypostyle hall in Thebes, Egypt.

True or False

 In Historia Animalium, Socrates writes of the origin of animal species he experienced through his campaign across the Peloponnesian Peninsula.

True or False

 Pliny the Elder is notable for writing a thirty seven volume encyclopedia and Natural History touching on subjects such as astronomy, geography and zoology.

True or False

 Along with Judaism, in Christianity monotheism governs the worship of the followers wherein one God presides over the people.

True or False

 Monotheism is characteristic of the religions of the Egyptians and Mesopotamians in which gods are equal to humans.

True or False

 In the Republic, Plato writes of the “Allegory of the Cave” explaining in an analogy the true form of reality rather than shadows seen by prisoners.

True or False

 Aristotle’s Poetics is notable for its critique on tragedy in Greek drama.

True or False

 Along with Seneca, the Greek writer Virgil wrote on the tranquility of the mind in his essay, Aeneid.

True or False

 The battle for power between Marc Anthony and Octavian was characteristic of the plight of Rome after the death of Julius Caesar.

True or False

 In Antigone, Greek society is played out in this tragic drama about the death of the King of Thebes and the resulting struggle with the usurper King Creon and the honorable Antigone placing her brother, Polynices, on the funeral pyre.

True or False


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