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Where is are Greece and Rome located?
a) Western Asia b) Northeastern Africa c) Eastern Europe d) South Amercia
Where can we find evidence of Greek/Roman Dance?
a) in paintings b) in drawings c) nowhere d) on vases
Who was the Goddess of Dance?
a) Athena b) Trepsicore c) Aphrodite d) Hera
What part of the amphitheatre was used for seating
a) orchestra b) skene c) parados d) auditorium
Which part of the amphitheatre was used for dancing/acting.
a) orchestra b) skene c) parados d) auditorium
What part of the amphitheatre was a large wall used as the background.
a) orchestra b) skene c) parados d) auditorium
Which part of the amphitheatre were the pathways.
a) orchestra b) skene c) parados d) auditorium
True or False - Women were allowed to act in Greek/Roman plays
a) True b) False c) d)
Which civilization prefered tragedies (sad) plays?
a) Greeks b) Romans c) d)
Which civilization showed violence on stage
a) Greeks b) Romans c) d)
Who wrote Oedipus Rex?
a) Sophocles b) Plato c) Zeus d) Aristotle
Which character killed themself in Oedipus Rex
a) Oedipus b) Theirasias c) Creon d) Jocosta
Which character was a prophet in Oecipus Rex?
a) Oedipus Rex b) Theirasias c) Creon d) Jocosta
Who was the Greek/Roman God of Music?
a) Posiedon b) Zues c) Apollo d) Dionysis
Who was the Greek/Roman God of Drama?
a) Dionysis b) Apollo c) Zues d) Posiedon
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