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The Roman pantomime differed from its equally popular sister form, mime, in two ways: its themes were usually loftier, avoiding the farce and coarse humour that were common in mime; and, unlike the mime actor, the pantomimus wore various masks, which identified the characters but precluded the actor’s use of facial expressions. Thus the art of the pantomimus was primarily one of posture and gesture, in which hand movements were particularly expressive and important. (For a more detailed treatment of these two forms, see mime and pantomime.)The pantomimus, dressed like a tragic actor in a cloak and long tunic, usually performed solo, accompanied by an orchestra consisting of various wind and percussion instruments. Meanwhile, a chorus sang or recited a narrative piece, the libretto of which was usually adapted from a well-known tragedy, although historical or mythological stories also were common. Both the music and the librettos of the pantomimes were generally considered to be of little artistic value. The talent and skill of the pantomimus were of supreme importance, and the greatest performers enjoyed the favour of wealthy patricians and even emperors, such as Nero and Domitian in the 1st century CE. The early Christians decried the sensual, sometimes lascivious gestures of the dancers, and St.

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Clown You Can’t Put A Crown On A Clown And Expect A King Shirt

Augustine himself denounced the pantomime as being more morally dangerous than the Roman circus. Despite such opposition, the pantomimi enjoyed enormous popularity and success throughout the Roman Empire, and many were able to amass considerable fortunes.Juggler, (from Latin joculare, “to jest”), entertainer who specializes in balancing and in feats of dexterity in tossing and catching items such as balls, plates, and knives. Its French linguistic equivalent, jongleur, signifies much more than just juggling, though some of the jongleurs may have turned to juggling when their original role fell out of fashion.Juggling was a highly developed art long before the medieval period, according to evidence found in ancient Egyptian, Greek, and Roman sculpture, coins, and manuscripts. Comparison with these ancient records reveals that, although juggling has advanced in technical perfection, the underlying principles are still the same. In an early manuscript, for example, a bear is shown standing on its hind legs and juggling with three knives. (A similar feat is performed in the modern Russian circus with the bear lying in a small cradle and juggling a flaming torch with its hind legs).

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