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Which Mathematician was important to music because he discovered pitch.
a) Aristotle b) Pythagoras c) Plato d) Sophocles
Which instrument is a double flute?
a) Lyre b) Aulos c) Panpipes d) Hydraulis
Which instrument is a water organ?
a) lyre b) aulos c) panpipes d) hyraulis
Which instrument is a hand held harp?
a) lyre b) aulos c) panpipes d) hydraulis
Which Greek/Roman statue represented beauty and perfection?
a) The angry warrior b) The fragile dancer c) The discus thrower d) The aulos player
This s-curve used in art helped to imitate motion.
a) Contralto b) Thespian c) Ethos d) Contraposto
The rectangular temple dedicated to Athena is called...
a) The Colosseum b) The Theatre of Dionysis c) The Parthenon d) The Acropolis
This building was used for chariot races and gladiator fights.
a) The Colosseum b) The Theatre of Dioysis c) The Parthenon d) The Acropolis
Which of the following playwrights were Greek?
a) Aeschylus, Sophocles, Euripides b) Plautus, Terence, Seneca c) d)
Which of the following playwrights were Roman?
a) Aeschylus, Sophocles, Euripides b) Plautus, Terence, Seneca c) d)
Which column had a capital with a scroll design?
a) Doric b) Ionic c) Corinthian d)
Which Column had a capital with a basic bowl and squre shape
a) Doric b) Ionic c) Corinthian d)
Which Column had a capital with a leaf design?
a) Doric b) Ionic c) Corinthian d)
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