Don’t forget that you have the Creative Impulse book, which shows almost all the Greek art and architecture you need to know as well as maps and timelines. The PowerPoint of Greek art and architecture that you are required to view is posted on ePark2. There is no other test review PowerPoint for this unit. See the website for directions for how to access ePark2.
There will be a map, and you should be able to locate all of these places on it.
Riace Bronzes (in How Art Made the World Film and Ms. Bates’ PowerPoint)
VERY IMPORTANT: Read the introductions to The Iliad and Oedipus Rex in the Norton Anthology. Read the summary of Oedipus Rex on the play instructions handout on the website. Know plot, characters, themes, key scenes. Review with Cliff Notes, Spark Notes, or Shmoop. Prepare for quotation identification. See the handout with some practice questions for quotation identification (under Unit Two Handouts on the website).
Socrates Plato Aristotle Alexander the Great
What is Protagoras’ most famous quotation?
chorus tragedy reversal of fortune
fatal flaw hubris democracy
epic hero epic/epic form
Know each character, his or her role in the plot, and his or her motivations. Some of the spellings of these characters’ names are different depending on your version of the Norton Anthology. If there are two spellings, both will be shown on the exam. Athena Jocaste (Iocaste) Paris