- Oct 15, 2008
- Wagga Wagga
Please tell me I'd get a mark for "Corinthian column" for the first question?!! I also knew what the fullery was thank goodness!
Exactly my thoughts in reading time.where is my fucking free 3 marks?! comprehension or what?
I'm pretty sure they were Corinthian columns. Could of been Doric though....In question one, What type of columns were they? O_O
Definately Corinthian.I'm pretty sure they were Corinthian columns. Could of been Doric though....
I hope not. I sincerely hope not.so will the core removing comprehension be a precedent for the modern history exam also? lol
hahahahaha. hahahahacouldn't remember wat a fing fullery was. so i decided that was a bread maker owell
qu 1 i wrote columns and open doors is that right? And wth is a fullery i just said it was a storage place
lol yeh in my mini intro i wrote prostitution but then i crossed it out once i got up to it incase i gave some extreme conservative marker a heart attack.Easy section - Lolling at people putting bakeries, they were washerwomen lol. I mentioned the sex industry as well haha. Amongst like 6 other ones.
Why the source incorporated Mauiri was due to the impact that Mussolini brought to Pompeii and Herculaneum.
Mauiri thought that tourism in the area was a way for him to convert Marxism.
Likewise, Mussolini provided large amounts of funds to make the area all pretty and presentable... rather than having piles of bones etc.
Due to increased tourism, they had displaced items from initial positions (e,g, Villa of Papyri, statues)... link that to management somehow...
Ohh... and you have to start from 1800's when Prince Delbouf, instructed robbers to raid the sites for antiques for his home... no forms of management
And how management has progressed...
When I first saw the fullery I first guessed that it was where they baked the bread lol! But then I changed it, because I figured they would bake the bread in bakeries. I wrote that the fullery was where they made clothes- which was a lot closer to the real answer than where they made bread XPI thought this was ok. Except for the fullery. I called it a bakery. Good times.