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  • Gladiatorial Games Of Ancient Rome
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    One of Ancient Romes most important forms of public entertainment took place in amphitheaters. These were the gladiatorial games. Although there were more renown and primordial forms of entertainment, such as the chariot races, gladiatorial activities became a widely popular and powerful form of leisure for Romes powerful and common citizens. Roland Auguet writes: It only remained for the emperors to learn the lessons of experience. They hastened to appropriate, to their own advantage, as far as...
  • Gladiatorial Games In Ancient Rome
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    Gladiatorial Contest in Rome Rome was a warrior state. Since the state was a great fighting state in their time, the wars sort of formed the gladiatorial contest in ancient Rome. The Romans were fascinated and pleasured by violence, bloodshed, and human suffering the gladiatorial games. The gladiatorial contests began at the reign of their first emperor Augustus to pay tribute to their warrior traditions. The Romans built artificial battlefields within amphitheaters in cities and towns for publi...
  • Mike Brady
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    THE BRADY BUNCH The word sitcom is short for Situation Comedy. A good sitcom story idea places the star (or supporting character) into a situation in need of a resolution, which will cause the character to respond in unexpected, exaggerated, and hugely sidesplitting ways (Ran now, pg. 13). A comedy now days are different from how they were in the 1960's and 1970's though. Today directors use sexual content and foul language to make people laugh and do not usually have a purpose or point to get a...
  • Addicted To A Television Show
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    ... t, spelling new words with Big Bird, and singing the alphabet song with Ernie and Bert. Not only did Sesame Street help prepare me for school; it also encouraged me to participate while learning. My brother and I would take turns solving math problems or spelling new words. On the other hand, with new programs being created more often now than ever before, it is easier for children to become very attached to a certain show. Even though the program is aiding the child, it is also causing an a...
  • Glorification Of Violence In Roman Society
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    The numerous conquest of the Roman army lead to the glorification of violence in Rome. Violence became a socially acceptable among the Roman people and was considered a form of entertainment. Rome was a state filled with warriors that would resort to killing each other for their own gain. The Roman's would even go so far as to set up artificial battlefields in memory of its warrior traditions. This lead to a more lethal barbaric form of entertainment in Rome where the bloodshed of convicted crim...
  • Longest Running Game Show In Television History
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    Ladies and Gentlemen, welcome to Merv Griffin's Beverly Hills Hilton for the 10th Annual Game Show Conference. I am and today I have the luxury of introducing a legend in this field to discuss the future of the game show industry. Bob grew up on the Rosebud Indian Reservation in South Dakota and lived there for most of his young adult life. When World War II intervened, he became a Navy fighter pilot, but luckily the war ended before he was assigned to a seagoing squadron. Following his discharg...
  • Gladiatorial Games
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    "The Romans are often characterized as loving violent and cruel entertainment in the amphitheatres. It has been suggested that the games served the dual purpose of providing entertainment for the people and maintaining the political status quo". In today's society, the killing of humans and animals usually means a jail term, and seeing someone die is not something people go and see for fun. Violence was glorified in Rome hundreds of years ago. All the crimes they committed were condoned, accepte...
  • Development Of The Color Game
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    Summary The book deals with the Japanese girl Amy, whose boyfriend Adam is an affluent white boy. The story shows the conflict between different classes and races. At school Amy and Adam have to stay faithful to each other while their class play the color game. Everybody gets a different color that symbolizes a special rank in society. Some pupils have the jobs of the police, who takes care that everybody observe the rules and have to punish them for disobedience. It is hard for many because the...

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