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Greek and Roman Writers and their Works

Link the written work with their ancient writer. Bear with me! It's my first quiz. Use the author's English name in the simplest form (For instance, no "Publius Vergilius Maro", just "Virgil"
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Last updated: February 7, 2014
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The Elements
Euclid
Metamorphoses
Ovid
The Peloponnesian War
Thucydides
The Republic
Plato
________'s Lives
Plutarch
The War with Hannibal
Livy
Antigone
Sophocles
Eclogues and Georgics
Virgil
The Twelve Caesars
Seutonius
Gallic Wars
Julius Caesar
The Jewish War
Josephus
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Histories
Herodotus
Nicomachean Ethics
Aristotle
On the Nature of Things
Lucretius
The Bacchae
Euripides
Lysistrata
Aristophanes
The Oresteia
Aeschylus
On the Natural Faculties
Galen
___________ Corpus
Hippocrates
The Iliad
Homer
Philippics
Cicero
Annals of Imperial Rome
Tacitus
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level 20
Apr 23, 2014
No wonder nobody's getting Suetonius - it's not spelt correctly on the answers!
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level 35
Aug 28, 2014
Yes, Suetonius is spelled wrongly. Polybius also wrote on Hannibal (Book III). And the _Philippics_ per se were written by Demosthenes (so named because he attacked Philip of Macedon in them). Cicero's _Philippics_ were written against Mark Antony rather in imitation of Demosthenes's speeches.