CSTU 101 Quiz 4

CSTU 101 Quiz 4 Liberty University

Set 1

  1. The central wedge-shaped stone in an arch; the last stone put in place, it makes the arch stable.
  2. The period from the rule of Caesar Augustus through Marcus Aurelius.
  3. Which of these seas did not touch the shores of Rome?
  4. Caesar Augustus, we know from the Bible gave himself this name. What was his name before he took this new name?
  5. Who wrote the poem the Aeneid?
  6. The Punic Wars involved which two countries?
  7. One of Rome’s most famous narrative art monuments is _____________.
  8. Who is credited with introducing the Neo-classical architecture to America’s buildings?
  9. Representing Roman engineering and power, ______________ were a highly visible portion of the network of waterways.
  10. Rome had two early philosophies that had been taught by the Greeks, one being Epicureanism. What was the other one?
  11. From the Christian’s perspective which of these is true?
  12. The greatest Roman poet of the Republic.
  13. Which document did Jefferson write?
  14. Which two structures illustrate Roman eclecticism?
  15. What were as common in Rome as billboards are to us today?
  16. Which Roman city was destroyed by a volcano, Mt. Vesuvius?
  17. These letters were the universal mark of Roman authority.
  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.
  19. What was Rome’s major and most enduring contribution to Western Culture.
  20. The writings of the ______________ “Golden Age” (70BC-14BC), not only gave aesthetic pleasure but also promoted civic virtues and pride in the fatherland. His intent was to restore the morale of educated Romans by means of poetry and history.
  21. Hannibal was a famous Roman general in the 5th
  22. The Greeks had slaves but the Romans chose not to embrace slavery.
  23. The Romans viewed the Greek culture as very distasteful and refused to use any of it with their own culture.
  24. Philosophy is the one area of Roman culture that is not indebted to the Greeks.
  25. The Greeks were more interested in what works, while the Romans were more interested in what is right.
  26. The Roman Coliseum was not as big as previously thought and probably only held a few thousand people.
  27. Duty, honor, and patriotism were Greek virtues as opposed to the Roman ideals of freedom, truth, and beauty.
  28. For the Romans, imperialism was a matter of living out their destiny.
  29. The main point we were illustrating with the aqueduct was Roman imperialism.
  30. The chief arts of Rome were architecture and sculpture.

Set 2

  1. 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.
  2. One of Rome’s most famous narrative art monuments is _____________.
  3. This is the best preserved of all Roman buildings because it became a Catholic church early in the history of the Church of Rome.
  4. According to the Roman timeline this Republic began around what date?
  5. The period from the rule of Caesar Augustus through Marcus Aurelius.
  6. Which of these seas did not touch the shores of Rome?
  7. 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.
  8. Who is credited with introducing the Neo-classical architecture to America’s buildings?
  9. Which document did Jefferson write?
  10. Who wrote the poem the Aeneid?
  11. These letters were the universal mark of Roman authority.
  12. The greatest Roman poet of the Republic.
  13. Rome had two early philosophies that had been taught by the Greeks, one being Epicureanism. What was the other one?
  14. According to your textbook who is the greatest Roman historian?
  15. Greeks characteristically created while the Romans were often content to copy art; Roman artists excelled in portraiture and ____________________ narrative precisely because they copied the work as they saw it.
  16. Which of American founding fathers designed their house with the Pantheon in mind?
  17. The writings of the ______________ “Golden Age” (70BC-14BC), not only gave aesthetic pleasure but also promoted civic virtues and pride in the fatherland. His intent was to restore the morale of educated Romans by means of poetry and history.
  18. What were as common in Rome as billboards are to us today?
  19. Caesar Augustus, we know from the Bible gave himself this name. What was his name before he took this new name?
  20. The Punic Wars involved which two countries?
  21. Rome could be described as being pragmatic in their worldview.
  22. Greece has very little influence on the Roman culture?
  23. Duty, honor, and patriotism were Greek virtues as opposed to the Roman ideals of freedom, truth, and beauty.
  24. The Romans viewed the Greek culture as very distasteful and refused to use any of it with their own culture.
  25. The chief arts of Rome were architecture and sculpture.
  26. A good word to describe the Roman mind in relations to art, would be idealistic.
  27. The main point we were illustrating with the aqueduct was Roman imperialism.
  28. Lex, Rex was written by the King of England in 1644.
  29. The Greeks were more interested in what works, while the Romans were more interested in what is right.
  30. The Roman Coliseum was not as big as previously thought and probably only held a few thousand people.

Set 3

  1. Rome had two early philosophies that had been taught by the Greeks, one being Epicureanism. What was the other one?
  2. Literally means “the public affair” or “the people’s affair”.
  3. Caesar Augustus, we know from the Bible gave himself this name. What was his name before he took this new name?
  4. The central wedge-shaped stone in an arch; the last stone put in place, it makes the arch stable.
  5. What was Rome’s major and most enduring contribution to Western Culture.
  6. One of Rome’s most famous narrative art monuments is
  7. Which two structures illustrate Roman eclecticism?
  8. The greatest Roman poet of the Republic.
  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.
  10. Representing Roman engineering and power, ______________ were a highly visible portion of the network of waterways.
  11. The Punic Wars involved which two countries?
  12. From the Christian’s perspective which of these is true?
  13. The writings of the ______________ “Golden Age” (70BC-14BC), not only gave aesthetic pleasure but also promoted civic virtues and pride in the fatherland. His intent was to restore the morale of educated Romans by means of poetry and history.
  14. These letters were the universal mark of Roman authority.
  15. The period from the rule of Caesar Augustus through Marcus Aurelius.
  16. Who proclaimed himself to be the first emperor of Rome?
  17. This is the oldest continuously used religious building in the West, having started as a pagan temple and then converted to a Catholic church.
  18. Which of American founding fathers designed their house with the Pantheon in mind?
  19. This is the best preserved of all Roman buildings because it became a Catholic church early in the history of the Church of Rome.
  20. According to the Roman timeline this Republic began around what date?
  21. For the Romans, imperialism was a matter of living out their destiny.
  22. Lex, Rex was written by the King of England in 1644.
  23. The Greeks were more interested in what works, while the Romans were more interested in what is right.
  24. Duty, honor, and patriotism were Greek virtues as opposed to the Roman ideals of freedom, truth, and beauty.
  25. Greece has very little influence on the Roman culture?
  26. Much of our knowledge of Roman painting comes from the buried city of Pompeii.
  27. The Romans viewed the Greek culture as very distasteful and refused to use any of it with their own culture.
  28. The Romans took pride in their Imperialism.
  29. The Roman Coliseum was not as big as previously thought and probably only held a few thousand people.
  30. The main point we were illustrating with the aqueduct was Roman imperialism.
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