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1 Jeopardy $100 PaintingSculpture Architecture (Elements) Architecture (Buildings) Miscellaneous $200 $300 $400 $500 $400 $300 $200 $100 $500 $400 $300 $200 $100 $500 $400 $300 $200 $100 $500 $400 $300 $200 $100 Final Jeopardy Final Jeopardy

2 1 - $100 This is a mummy portrait from Faiyum, part of Roman Egypt. c AD This is a mummy portrait from Faiyum, part of Roman Egypt. c AD Portrait of a Boy

3 1 - $200 This type of painting shares the same characteristics as oil paint but is actually pigment mixed with beeswax. This type of painting shares the same characteristics as oil paint but is actually pigment mixed with beeswax. Encaustic

4 1 - $300 The Villa of Mysteries in Pompeii depicts scenes of a ritual rite to the cult of this god. The Villa of Mysteries in Pompeii depicts scenes of a ritual rite to the cult of this god. Dionysus

5 1 - $400 The paintings in the Catacomb of St. Pietro e Marcellino depict Christ as this god. The paintings in the Catacomb of St. Pietro e Marcellino depict Christ as this god. Orpheus

6 1 - $500 The paintings in the Catacomb of St. Pietro e Marcellino depict this famous bible story. The only difference is a sea dragon is painted instead of a whale. Jonah and the Whale

7 2 - $100 This bronze sculpture is a symbol of Rome. The subject is part of the legend of Rome's founders, Romulus and Remus. This bronze sculpture is a symbol of Rome. The subject is part of the legend of Rome's founders, Romulus and Remus. She Wolf

8 2 - $200 Made in 176 AD, this equestrian statue was saved from being melted into cannon balls due to the fact that the Romans thought it was the emperor Constantine. Made in 176 AD, this equestrian statue was saved from being melted into cannon balls due to the fact that the Romans thought it was the emperor Constantine. Equestrian Statue of Marcus Aurelius

9 2 - $300 This giant sculpture of the last pagan emperor of Rome was made of marble and at least 40 feet tall when pieced together as a whole body. This giant sculpture of the last pagan emperor of Rome was made of marble and at least 40 feet tall when pieced together as a whole body. Colossus of Constantine

10 2 - $400 Sculptures of just a head and torso. The ancient Romans were known for making these sculptures very realistic. Sculptures of just a head and torso. The ancient Romans were known for making these sculptures very realistic. Portrait bust

11 2 - $500 The relief sculptures in the Arch of Constantine show that sculpture is becoming less realistic and more ____________and ____________. Stylized and symbolic

12 3 - $100 These recesses in Roman temple walls often held the statues of gods and goddesses. These recesses in Roman temple walls often held the statues of gods and goddesses. Niches

13 3 - $200 The Romans not only had sewer systems but used a series of arches to build this water pipeline. The Romans not only had sewer systems but used a series of arches to build this water pipeline. Aqueducts

14 3 - $300 A flattened column attached to a façade just for decoration. A flattened column attached to a façade just for decoration. Pilaster

15 3 - $400 This architectural detail of the Pantheon is 30 feet in diameter and designed to let light in as the Pantheon had no windows. This architectural detail of the Pantheon is 30 feet in diameter and designed to let light in as the Pantheon had no windows. Oculus

16 3 - $500 These decorative sunken panels in the ceiling of the Pantheon create an effective geometric design of squares within a vast circle and also reduces the weight of the dome without weakening the strength. These decorative sunken panels in the ceiling of the Pantheon create an effective geometric design of squares within a vast circle and also reduces the weight of the dome without weakening the strength. Coffers (the ceiling is coffered)

17 4 - $100 This structure was built to celebrate the Emperor Constantine. A celebratory parade would have passed through structure. It contains relief sculptures showing the glory of the emperor. This structure was built to celebrate the Emperor Constantine. A celebratory parade would have passed through structure. It contains relief sculptures showing the glory of the emperor. The Arch of Constantine

18 4 - $200 This was a Roman Temple dedicated to all of the gods and goddesses. This was a Roman Temple dedicated to all of the gods and goddesses. The Pantheon

19 4 - $300 This tower-like structure would have been colorfully painted and made with colored marble. It has 22 different layers, each layer featuring a relief sculpture that tells the story of a military hero. This tower-like structure would have been colorfully painted and made with colored marble. It has 22 different layers, each layer featuring a relief sculpture that tells the story of a military hero. The Column of Trajan

20 4 - $400 This structure was designed for the staging of lavish events such as battle between animals and gladiators. It features a row of colonnades on each level. This structure was designed for the staging of lavish events such as battle between animals and gladiators. It features a row of colonnades on each level. The Colosseum

21 4 - $500 This Aqueduct was built around 20 BC. It featured 3 tiers of arches and is the tallest ever aqueduct ever built by the Romans. This Aqueduct was built around 20 BC. It featured 3 tiers of arches and is the tallest ever aqueduct ever built by the Romans. Pont du Gard, Nimes, France

22 5 - $100 A row of columns. A row of columns. Colonnade

23 5 - $200 Besides decorating with frescoes, the Romans favored this art form to beautify the cement they used so extensively in their buildings. These were pictures or designs created by cementing bits of colored stone, glass, or shells to floors and ceilings. Besides decorating with frescoes, the Romans favored this art form to beautify the cement they used so extensively in their buildings. These were pictures or designs created by cementing bits of colored stone, glass, or shells to floors and ceilings. Mosaics

24 5 - $300 This painting method was done on wet plaster. This painting method was done on wet plaster. Fresco

25 5 - $400 To accommodate the large groups of people that would fill their law courts and meeting halls, the Romans designed this structure. It would later become a model for Christian Churches. To accommodate the large groups of people that would fill their law courts and meeting halls, the Romans designed this structure. It would later become a model for Christian Churches. A Basilica

26 5 - $500 This is the long central hall inside the Basilica. This is the long central hall inside the Basilica. NAVE

27 Final Jeopardy What is going on in this mural and where is it located? What is going on in this mural and where is it located? Label the paper you were given. Label the paper you were given.


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