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As you have read, the Romans viewed art as "propaganda." For the first half of your paper, convey your understanding of this theme by discussing one major Roman work and its practical purpose for the Empire. In the second half of your paper, explain at least two works of art in our own time that serve as "propaganda."
Which works of art should I use??
Does it have to be like 21rst century propaganda or could it be before that? IF 21rst, then the ones against Barack Obama could be examples
The ones about Uncle Sam saying "I want you" would be non 21rst century of course
Are you talking about this part "In the second half of your paper, explain at least two works of art in our own time that serve as "propaganda."? Its talking about now
Any other ones? And I need resources.
I was actually wanting more help on the Roman part.
I'm just going to list a bunch of websites. I'll try to summarize the info, but I want to give all the websites to you first
http://www.bbc.co.uk/history/ancient/romans/romanpropaganda_article_01.shtml http://www.enotes.com/homework-help/how-did-roman-rulers-use-art-propaganda-do-we-319955 http://www.moyak.com/papers/roman-art-historical-relief.html http://www.tcnjsignal.net/2012/12/06/ancient-roman-propaganda-professor-speaks-at-politics-forum/
the second one will require you to answer a few quiz questioons
last one gives examples of Roman propaganda, focusing primarily on the "really" offensive ones.
maybe propaganda against Cleopatra would be a good one to focus on
Which Roman work answers the first part?
What grade are you in?
the ones about Cleopatra answer the first part, trying to find examples of them, but i can't find them on the web.
http://www.jstor.org/stable/3296915?seq=1#page_scan_tab_contents this might help
Sorry but no.