It’s all Greek to me! Except for the parts that are Roman.
- What fluvial English idiom refers to the same event as, but is not a translation of, the Latin “Alea iacta est”?
- Name both of the prominent Greeks represented in the Rembrandt painting seen below.
- The name Lesbia is not, as you might expect, associated with the Greek Sappho but with what Roman poet of neoteric verse who used it as a pseudonym for his lover Clodia?
- Polynices, Amphiaraus, Parthenopeus, and four other captains are the leaders of the forces assailing what city in a play by Aeschylus?
- The geometric objects depicted below are named for what thinker who discussed them in his work Timaeus?
- crossing the Rubicon
- Aristotle, Homer
- (Gaius Valerius) Catullus