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UNIT 1 RE Exam Cs.

Unit 1 exam revision YR 11 Classical Studies

8 elements of myth based on tradition or legend, conveys a truth rather than fact, symbolic meaning, explain universal & local beginnings, involve supernatural beings, passing of morals & ethics
Difference between myth & legend a legend is a semi-true story passed on through time - a myth is based on tradition and myth with deep symbolic meaning
Difference between greek & roman myth origins of Greek myth are unknown - roman myth originates from evolving from greek mythology - roman gods more humane not so much raging monsters as the greek gods - roman 1000 years younger - greek gods psychically beautiful - roman not so focussed looks
Similarities between greek & roman myth similar gods - different names as roman myth adapted from Grecian - brave heroic gods
What makes a hero not perfect (weaknesses), strength, courage, selfless, admirable, greek; half man half god DEMI,
What makes a monster physically strong dominant, deformed in some way, aggressive, full of hate, frustrated, jealous, fierce, lonely, evolved from god - punishment,sadness - previously humans some cases
Who is Schliemann? Heinrich Schliemann was German businessman and a pioneer of field archaeology.
Who is Evans? Sir Arthur John Evans was an English archaeologist
What sites did Schliemann and Evans discover? & artifacts the palace of Knossos troy
What does Chance Discovery mean? It means discovering something with the help of luck or chance - unintentional - accidental - nature uncovering
What expert opinion is used on archeological digs? architects, botanist, climatologist, geochemist, paleontologist, zoologist - specialists of each field that may be required in a dig
Who is Homer? He is the author of the Iliad and the Odyssey, and is revered as the greatest of ancient Greek epic poets.
What is the Illiad about? It tells of the battles and events of how Achilles killed Hector at the climax of the Trojan War.
What are some artifacts that depict Greek myth? Hydria - a three-handled water jug with two handles on the sides Minoan pottery Mycenaean pottery
What are some artifacts that depict Roman myth? Ancile, shield of the Roman god Mars. bronze statue from Lucentum appolos bow
What is a fresco? a painting done rapidly in watercolor on wet plaster on a wall or ceiling, so that the colors penetrate the plaster and become fixed as it dries
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