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U OF ACLASS102Craig TaylorWinter

[CLASS102] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (103 pages long)

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Greeks were the first to interpret myths and record these interpretations. Homer and hesiod - myths are not a falsehood, they are history/fact. Pindar
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U OF ACLASS102Kelsey KoonFall

CLASS102- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 36 pages long!)

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Miscellaneous category of myth: doesn"t fit many definitions. Ordinary protagonist: deities in a supporting role. Examples: aesop"s fables, fairytales,
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U OF ACLASS102Katherine Mac KayFall

[CLASS102] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 31 pages long Study Guide!

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Pervasive: 1/4 of the work force in greece, considered normal, manual labor, personal service, art, literature. Lauren silver mines: where most money c
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U OF ACLASS102Adam KemezisFall

CLASS102 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Ave Class 102, Actaeon, Coeus

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U OF ACLASS102Katherine Mac KayFall

CLASS102 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Iasion, Hekatonkheires, Peitho

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Gaea mother of all things, earth earth, frog. Moerae, nemesis of opening or nothingness, yawn or gap asexually: uranus, mountains, pontus. Eros/cupid g
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U OF ACLASS102Katherine Mac KayFall

CLASS102 Midterm: All the notes

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Myth: traditional tales, handed over orally and transmit a culture"s sense of itself. Has a collective importance cuz of its past wisdom, memories, and
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U OF ACLASS102Craig TaylorWinter

CLASS102 Final: Classics Final Review

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U OF ACLASS102Adam KemezisFall

CLASS102 Study Guide - Final Guide: Aeschylus, Pirithous, Thyestes

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U OF ACLASS102Adam KemezisFall

CLASS 102 Quiz: Heroes

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U OF ACLASS102Kelsey KoonFall

CLASS102 Final: Review of Septermber Lecture and Textbook notes

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There is no single unified definition of myth. Primarily concerning the gods and their relationships with mortals. Saga/legend; kernel of historical fa
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U OF ACLASS102Tanya HendersonWinter

CLASS102 Lecture 1: Introduction

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U OF ACLASS102Adam KemezisFall

CLASS102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Odysseus, Subsistence Agriculture, Main Plot

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U OF ACLASS102Adam KemezisFall

CLASS102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Ave Class 102, Origin Myth, Aeschylus

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U OF ACLASS102John HarrisWinter

CLASS102 Lecture 3: Classics 102 Lecture January 15th.docx

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Cronus castrates uranus: from the blood that falls upon the earth, the furies are produced. Mighty aphrodite: birth of aphrodite (venus, from genitals
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U OF ACLASS102Adam KemezisFall

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CLASS102 Lecture 3: Cultural Context of Myth

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CLASS102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Sanctuary Of Artemis Orthia, Homeric Hymns, Heroides

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Homeric hymns are from later in the archaic period, maybe 6c; credited in antiquity to the same person that made the iliad and the odyssey, but that"s
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U OF ACLASS102John HarrisWinter

CLASS102 Chapter Notes - Chapter 17-21: Greco-Persian Wars, Metope, Tiryns

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The hero and heroine in saga and folktale. (1) hero usually has elements of extraordinary linked to his birth and childhood. (2) he inevitably faces op
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U OF ACLASS102Craig TaylorWinter

CLASS102 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Homeric Hymns, Panathenaic Games, Erechtheion

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CLASS102 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Mircea Eliade, Carl Jung, Oedipus Complex

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CLASS102 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Aphrodite Pandemos, Aphrodite Urania, Cinyras

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Aphrodite roman name: venus place: cythera, cyprus crucial distinction: Aphrodite urania - the aphrodite born from the foam after uranus is castrated a
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CLASS102 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Oceanid, Cyclops, Wiht

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Poseidon - best known as great god of waters in general, the sea in particular. Was not the first or only such divinity. Pontus (the sea) had been prod
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U OF ACLASS102Craig TaylorWinter

CLASS102 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Cup-Bearer, Vestal Virgin, Hestia

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Brothers and sisters, children of cronus + rhea. Hades presides over underworld they cast lots for their realms. Zeus takes sister hera as his queen &
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CLASS102 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Personal Unconscious, Sigmund Freud, Electra Complex

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CLASS102 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Agathon, Omnipotence, Oceanid

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This only is denied to god: the power to undo the past. Although the gods look and act like humans, very often their appearance and actions are to some
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CLASS102 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Arthur Evans, Minoan Civilization, Helladic Period

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