NLE - INT RED - Ad Astra....Per Fābulās! (L1)
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Who invented the lyre? (lines 1-2)29
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Who invented the lyre? (lines 1-2)
What Latin phrase (lines 1-2) tells us from what the lyre was made?
eius rī maximē studiōsus
In line 3, why did the wild beasts approach Orpheus?
They wanted to accept him into their herd.
They had already attacked his mother.
They were charmed by his beautiful song.
They wanted to tear him limb from limb.30s
Where does Orpheus praise the offspring of the gods? (lines 4-5)
in the Underworld
among the stars
on Mt. Olympus
in the forest30s
By his use of the phrase "ut bene scīs" on line 6, Hyginus indicates that he
is criticizing the reader for their ignorance
is deviating from the usual story
believes the reader already knows the story
wants the reader to pay close attention30s
Based on the tenses of the Latin verbs in line 6, what happened first?
The animals fled.
Eurydice was forced to return to the Underworld.
Orpheus became sad.
Orpheus looked back.30s
The subject of coācta est (line 6) is
What causes the narrator to exclaim "miserābile dictū!" on line 6?
the length of the song
the unfortunate death of wild animals
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