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MCMASTERCLASSICS 2D03Graeme WardFall

[CLASSICS 2D03] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (193 pages long)

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Most important aspect of a myth: fantastic or supernatural nature of characters, places, or events. Its age, or length of time that the myth is removed
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MCMASTERCLASSICS 2D03stephen russellFall

CLASSICS 2D03- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 84 pages long!)

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This is an unanswerable question: gods favour humans they liked, prometheus associated with creation of mankind. I(cid:374) greek so(cid:272)iet(cid:45
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MCMASTERCLASSICS 2D03Stephen RussellFall

[CLASSICS 2D03] - Midterm Exam Guide - Ultimate 17 pages long Study Guide!

Mythology is the study of story-telling, of narrative. Nowadays, the word mythology does have some connotations of lying. Eg: step on a crack and break
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MCMASTERCLASSICS 2D03Stephen RussellFall

CLASSICS 2D03- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 19 pages long!)

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MCMASTERCLASSICS 2D03Stephen RussellFall

CLASSICS 2D03 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Deianira, Trachis, Lichas

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MCMASTERCLASSICS 2D03Stephen RussellFall

CLASSICS 2D03 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Hoopoe, Ninus

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Juno and jupiter were playfully arguing about whether love was better for men or women. Jupiter believed that it had to be better for women, and juno d
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MCMASTERCLASSICS 2D03Stephen RussellFall

CLASSICS 2D03 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Iliad, Odysseus, Institute For Operations Research And The Management Sciences

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MCMASTERCLASSICS 2D03Graeme WardFall

CLASSICS 2D03 Study Guide - Final Guide: Pentheus, Actaeon, Hubris

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Ouranos hated the hekatonchires and hid them away in the middle of the earth, which was very physically painful for gaia. This pain fueled her anger, a
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MCMASTERCLASSICS 2D03Graeme WardFall

CLASSICS 2D03 Final: Classics 2D03 Full Notes

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Lecture #03: friday, september 11, 2015 creation: gods and their nature: cosmogony: the origin of the world, kosmos = world", genesis, hebrew birth or
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MCMASTERCLASSICS 2D03Graeme WardFall

CLASSICS 2D03 Midterm: CLASSICS-2D03-Test-1-Review

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Myth: myth = oral stories (stories, lore, ideology, fantasy, often difficult to define and interpret, myths help describe names (ex. Oedipus), the natu
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MCMASTERCOLLAB 2F03AliSpring

COLLAB 2F03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Telemedicine, Telepathology, Military Medicine

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COLLAB 2F03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Web Browser, Web Server, International Association Of Hydrological Sciences

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COLLAB 2F03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Unique Key, Microsoft Powerpoint

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COLLAB 2F03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Electronic Health Record, Duke University Hospital, Telemedicine

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COLLAB 2F03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Antivirus Software, Https

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COLLAB 2F03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Darpa, Adobe Dreamweaver, Microsoft Visual Studio

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MCMASTERSOCIOL 3GG3ShawWinter

SOCIOL 3GG3 Lecture 8: SOCI 3GG3 Tutorial Worksheet Zoophilia March 2019

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MCMASTERECON 3HH3Svetlana DemidovaWinter

ECON 3HH3 Quiz: HW5 Answer

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Show all your calculations and explain all your answers. 1. (10 points) gryffindor produces 2 goods, magic potions (denoted by mp) and magic wands (den
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MCMASTERCLASSICS 2D03Stephen RussellFall

CLASSICS 2D03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: W. M. Keck Observatory, Castration, Headache

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MCMASTERCLASSICS 2D03Stephen RussellFall

CLASSICS 2D03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Calchas, Clytemnestra, Odysseus

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MCMASTERCLASSICS 2D03Stephen RussellFall

CLASSICS 2D03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Pentheus, Cithara, Sparagmos

Born in thebes, son of semele & zeus founder of thebes = cadmus; his daughter = semele => dionysus belongs to the royal house of. Birth story: hera dis
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MCMASTERCLASSICS 2D03Graeme WardFall

CLASSICS 2D03 Lecture 3: Children of Hera and Zeus - 3

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Classics 2d03 the children of zeus & hera. Quarrelling life figure always watching zeus. Queen of the immortals, surpassing all in beauty sister and wi
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MCMASTERCLASSICS 2D03Stephen RussellFall

CLASSICS 2D03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 23: Golden Fleece, Thyestes, Atreus

Uncertainty about his origin [potentially zeus] & of his actions of determining whether the gods are truly divine decides to feed his son pelops to the
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MCMASTERCLASSICS 2D03Graeme WardFall

Odyssey.docx

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Nostoi the returns stories of how each great hero came home. Driven to egypt for several years with helen and spartans. Has to capture proteus to learn
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MCMASTERCLASSICS 2D03Stephen RussellFall

CLASSICS 2D03 Lecture 17: The Iliad Part 1

Most likely date of the trojan war: 1184bc. Heinrich schliemann: found a civilization & deemed it was troy then argued that the trojan war did occur si
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MCMASTERCLASSICS 2D03Graeme WardFall

CLASSICS 2D03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Catacombs, Spurn, Katabasis

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One of the most shocking and violent plays. Dionysos returns to thebes: there is slander against his mother, semele. Madness of the women of thebes str
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MCMASTERCLASSICS 2D03Graeme WardFall

CLASSICS 2D03 Lecture 3: 3- Creation - The Gods and their Nature

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3 - creation: the gods and their nature. Where does the world come from? cosmogony: kosmos = world , world can refer to earth or can refer to the exist
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MCMASTERCLASSICS 2D03Stephen RussellFall

CLASSICS 2D03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Actaeon, Cyclops, Xuthus

Many euripidian plays do not involve character death(s). A greek tragedy is considered a tragedy when it is performed at a tragic festival. > character
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MCMASTERCLASSICS 2D03Stephen RusselFall

CLASSICS 2D03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5-10: Hubris, Trojan War, Dactylic Hexameter

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Theoretically written by the same guy (homer) Same time period as the iliad, just a little bit later. Possibly a series of poems but together. Achilles
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MCMASTERCLASSICS 2D03Stephen RusselFall

CLASSICS 2D03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-2: Terpsichore, Inachus, Theogony

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CLASSICS 2D03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Dactylic Hexameter, Trojan War, Homeric Hymns

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In 1184 bc, likely, if it even happened at all. Archeologist heinrich schliemann (late 1800s) tries to discover remnants of troy. Discovered a civiliza
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MCMASTERCLASSICS 2D03Stephen RusselFall

CLASSICS 2D03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Euripides, Odysseus, Clytemnestra

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Very rarely were greek plays talking about current events. But in this play euripides is commenting on the current war between. The event involving the
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MCMASTERCLASSICS 2D03Stephen RusselFall

CLASSICS 2D03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: The Phoenician Women, Seven Against Thebes, Polynices

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Split the power between the two of them: alternating who rules each year. Polyneices is overthrown by eteocles, exiled to argos. Raises an army to take
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MCMASTERCLASSICS 2D03Stephen RusselFall

CLASSICS 2D03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Euripides, Sophrosyne

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A story about lust, lies and moderation. Aphrodite makes claim of her prowess and power, says anyone who dishonours her will be punished. Hippolytus wi
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MCMASTERCLASSICS 2D03Stephen RusselFall

CLASSICS 2D03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Deianira, Trachis, Barbarian Queen

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Heracles is never around for his (new) children. Deianira says you shouldn"t judge a person"s life until it is over -> lines are similar to hyroitus"s
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CLASSICS 2D03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Clytemnestra, Euripides, Odysseus

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