What is the Greek term for "The Rascal" and which kind of comedy is it found in?
Poneros and New Comedy.
Poneros and Old Comedy.
Maccus and New Comedy.
Pandehos and New Comedy.
The Straight Man is...
The Braggart is called...in Greek and is found in...Comedy.
Old Comedy uses...
Poneros, Spoudios, Bomohochos, Alazon.
Cantehos, Ferdinandos, Pietus, Belezon.
Maccus, Bucco, Pappus, Mandecus, Dossenus.
The Respectable Girl, The Married Woman, The Hetaera.
Before Plautus and Terence, there were these non-literary dramatic forms:
Fescenine, Saturae and Abellan Farces.
Fescenine, Saturae and Andellan Farces.
Fallacies, Saturday and Andy's Faces.
Fescenine, Saturae and Atellan Farces.
In Atellan Farces, The Clown Figure is...
In Atellan Farces, The Braggart is...
The Stupid Old Man is...
The Trickster is...
The Glutton is...
A Roman characteristic Terence displayed was...
Humanitas, i.e. Taking other people into account.
Humanitas, i.e. The study of a wide variety of human pursuits.
Inhumanitas, i.e. cruelty.
Insubordinatas, i.e. not bowing to anybody.
The Roman virtue of taking oneself seriously was called:
The Roman virtue of discipline and being hard on one's self is...
The Roman virtue of loyalty to one's parents and fatherland is...
A certain...je ne sais quoi.
Definitely not Bacchanalian.
Stock characters include:
Assorted family members, the occasional goat, gods, Ishtar and me.
Cooks, nurses, slaves and parasites.
Cooks, guards, children and drunkards.
Slaves, women, soldiers and children.
Drunkards, children, slaves and cooks.
Aristophanes had how many people in his chorus? And how many people were in tragic choruses at the time?
A buskin was known as a...
An Ekphasis is...
An internal monologue.
An expository prologue.
A long speech performed without taking a single breath.
The winter comedic festival was called the...
An Agon is...
A long speech delivered in a single breath.
A doomed character.
An external prologue.
A direct address to the audience with the main actor "playing" the playwright.
A competition or debate.
A Parabasis is...
A long speech performed in a single breath.
A contest or debate.
A direct address to the audience with the main actor "playing" the playwright and bringing up some past beef.
New Comedy has to have (three answers):
A noble character.
A Menaechmi or double.
A young character trying to escape some authority.
A clever slave.
A reference to Roman institutions or leaders.
A happy ending.
Who's work is closer to reality?
Greek play adaptations are...
Seneca lived between...
c.9-10 BCE - 50 CE.
c. 40 BCE -20 CE.
c. 4-5 BCE - 65 CE.
The beginning and time and forever. Since he changes with the times, he will live forever! (Much like our dear Dr. Beer and Ovid too).
The Golden Age of Roman Literature (Or the Augustan Age) began around...
The end of the last century BCE.
The second century CE.
The Lenia started around...
Aristophanes lived between...
450/455-385 BCE .
555 BCE-450 BCE.
The end of the Peloponnesian War was in...
There was a permanent Roman theater built in...
Middle comedy started when...
They got tired of old comedy.
There was major social reform in Greece.
Rome began to add to the works.
The Peloponnesian War ended.
Menander lived between...
Big Julie and Chickpea are...
Brutus and Julius Caesar.
Pompeii and Julius Caesar.
Tiberius and Ovid.
Julius Caesar and Cicero.