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 Roman comedies and tragedies were performed at:     Festivals known as Ludi Temple dedications Triumphal parades Funerals of Roman aristocrats.  Roman theaters were temporary wooden structures taken down after the performance.  The first stone stage was seen after 55 B. C.  Roman nobility funded Roman dramas, the actors themselves were noble.  With the fall of the Roman empire, Roman drama comes to its own end.  Roman drama and Roman comedy in particular have enduring effect on the Western dramatic tradition.  From the fall of Rome in the late fifth century until the tenth century, the drama was essentially dead.  This was due in part to the Romans’ lack of interest in drama and the Christians of late antiquity.  Acting was considered unchristian in the early Medieval period as Roman Catholic Church banned theatrical performances.  Drama remained dead for several years.  Drama was reintroduced into western Europe in the tenth century.  Just as drama was born among Greek as a part of religious observances, among Christians it too was reborn as a part of religion.  Drama was reborn during The Middle Ages (Medieval Period).  The Christian festival celebration had always included elements that were potentially dramatic.  In the 10th century bits of chanted dialogue, called tropes, were added to the Easter celebration.  This was the beginning of drama in post-classical western Europe.  These little plays (troops) grew more elaborate.  Some of the later Latin plays were elaborate and, taking well over an hour to perform.  The purpose of these plays was to teach religion.  A great deal of dramatic material is found in the late 12th and early 13th centuries and the 14th century The making of men read The making of men. He was an Emperor and King who brought most of Western and Central Europe under his reign by a variety of means including military conquest. He was also a main force in something called the Carolingian Renaissance which changed much of Europe by bringing about a new monetary system, educational reform and a renaissance of the arts including military arts and the art of siege Homer download online Homer pdf.

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