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30 Cards in this Set

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Primitive rituals grew out of a desire to
appease a deity.
A primitive form of logical non sequitur resulted in what critics call
contiguous association.
the designation of speciallists to perform the ritual resulted in
performers and audience.
What were the purposes of primitive ritual?
entertainment and pleasure, glorification of the deity of the tribal past, education, and influencing events.
The abydos passion play concerns the myth of
Greek drama grew out of rituals performed in honor of
The father of drama, the one woh added the first actor to the ritual song and dance, was
The playwright who added a second actor was
The playwright who added a third actor was
Sophocles reduced the chorus to
In a typical Greek theater, the audience sat in the
The dressing rooms were in the
After each episode came a
The first entrance of hte chorus occured in the
The principle that characerizes proper dramatic propriety is
Agamemnon takes place in the city of
Agamemnon has been away for
ten years.
When Agamemnon dies, he
cries out.
Cassandra's prophetic raving includes:
what has happened in the House of Atreus, what will happen to her, what Orestes will do.
Not appearing in the first place is
In the second play, recognition includes
a lock of hair and foodprints.
The chorus of the second play is
actively engaged, even to the point of advising Cilissa.
The second pay's title refers to the practice of pouring offerings of
The three parts of the Orestia are
the Agamemnon, The Liberation Bearers, The Eumenides
Symbolically, the poured offering of wine refers to:
the lookd shed in three generations
the concrete embodiment of the net-like trap is the bathrobe of
The third play's title is a complimentary name for
the Furies.
Apollo's first arguement claimes that his oracles delivered by Pythia have as their ultimate source
The topical theme of the trilogy addresses the conflict between all of the following:
sky gods and earth gods, old ways and new ways, Chthonian deities and Olympian deities.
The chthonian principle is all of the following:
feminine, vengefull, inconsistent, and insatisfactory.