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Question 1: This article incorporates text from the Encyclopædia Britannica, Eleventh Edition, a publication now in the ________.
CopyrightPublic domainCopyright infringementIntellectual property

Question 2: 531 sqq., in which occurs an illustration drawn from the man-and-beast fights of the amphitheatre, which were suppressed by ________.
Valentinian IIConstantine IDiocletianTheodosius I

Question 3: Some scholars suggest an earlier date in the 3rd or even the 2nd century, arguing that his Posthomerica shows an influence from the "________", the school of Greek orators who flourished in the first and second centuries.
Second SophisticAelius AristidesMarcus AureliusEphesus

Question 4: Quintus Smyrnaeus The Fall of Troy translated by Arthur Sanders Way (________) 1913).
PlatoAlcibiadesLoeb Classical LibraryDemosthenes

Question 5: Works by Quintus Smyrnaeus at ________
Project GutenbergGoogle BooksAmazon KindleProject Gutenberg Australia

Question 6: Its primary importance is as the earliest surviving work to cover this period, the archaic works in the ________, which he knew and drew upon, having been lost.
Trojan WarIliadCypriaEpic Cycle

Question 7: Quintus Smyrnaeus (also known as Kointos Smyrnaios) (Greek: Κόιντος Σμυρναίος) was a Greek epic poet whose Posthomerica, following "after Homer" continues the narration of the ________.
OdysseusTrojan WarReturns from TroyGreek mythology

Question 8: [4] His epic in fourteen books, known as the Posthomerica, covers the period between the end of ________'s Iliad and the end of the Trojan War.
Ancient GreeceHomerTroyClassical antiquity







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