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OpenStudy (anonymous):

PLEASE PLEASE HELP ME NOT A LOT OF QUESTIONS PLEASE AT LEAST SEE DO YOU KNOW IT

OpenStudy (anonymous):

Which major theme did Aeschylus explore in many of his plays? (Points : 2) values of Athenians hubris, or excessive pride competition and achievement qualities of leadership

OpenStudy (anonymous):

What is Herodotus best known for? (Points : 2) He was the first great love poet of the Western world, and he wrote about love's ability to cause both joy and pain. He wrote epic poetry that told the story of the Trojan War and its aftermath. He is called the father of history because he was the first writer who did research to determine the facts about historical events. He invented the clay mask that Greek actors wore, and his designs set standards for future theater costumes.

OpenStudy (anonymous):

Which is an accurate statement about Greek art and architecture? (Points : 2) Greek architecture is characterized by arches and domes. Greek art and architecture are characterized by order, symmetry, and balance. Greek art and architecture are characterized by asymmetrical, informal designs. Greek art is known for the use of a special purple paint made only in Greece.

OpenStudy (anonymous):

heres the first one Aeschylus explored the theme of hubris in many of his plays. Hubris means excessive pride. Many of his main characters were very proud of themselves, and held themselves in high esteem

OpenStudy (anonymous):

thanks

OpenStudy (anonymous):

values of Athenians

OpenStudy (anonymous):

He was the first great love poet of the Western world, and he wrote about love's ability to cause both joy and pain.

OpenStudy (anonymous):

Greek art is known for the use of a special purple paint made only in Greece.

OpenStudy (anonymous):

Thank you so much everyone who helped me and those who even came to i really am happy you guys did :)

OpenStudy (anonymous):

yw

OpenStudy (anonymous):

2 were wrong :( @thecoolguy1002

OpenStudy (anonymous):

I wanted you to die

OpenStudy (anonymous):

why dont you die

OpenStudy (anonymous):

okay

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