Exemplify the differences between the Greek and Roman worldviews

Please answer ONE OF the following questions:

(For this first forum I have underlined the concepts that are essential to a complete answer.  Along with the Discussion Forum Checklist, you can use this as a model for future forums to ensure your responses contain all the necessary parts.)

100 points; 20% of your Discussion Forum grade

1.  Both Thucydides (in his retelling of Pericles’ Funeral Oration) and Seneca (in On Tranquility of Mind) address the concept of virtue (Thucydides of civic virtue and Seneca of individual virtue), and thus provide the modern reader with insight into how their respective civilizations understood the concept.  Pointing to and analyzing specific concepts that each discusses in the primary source documents from the Learning Activities, explain how these two authors convey the differences between their two civilizations’ worldviews.


2.  Explain how the images below (you should identify each  {providing a name if one is available}, place it in the proper civilization, discuss specific characteristics, and explain how those characteristics convey ideas) exemplify the differences between the Greek and Roman worldviews:

Here’s the question without the explanatory clutter:

~~Explain how the images below exemplify the differences between the Greek and Roman worldviews: