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Classical Studies 2200- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 55 pages long!)

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Athene/athena: patron goddess of athens, goddess of wisdom, strategy and victory in war. Phidias: sculpture who designed the elgin martles. Zeus: king
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Classical Studies 2200- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 36 pages long!)

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Myth is a traditional tale: the word myth comes from the greek word mythos meaning word/speech/story, does that also (cid:373)ea(cid:374) (cid:858)fals
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The hero in classical myth: a brief overview. Hero is the main person in the story. Hercules wrestling the lion nemean lion- that was invincible to any
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[Classical Studies 2200] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes fot the exam (297 pages long!)

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Hero who is a king in mesopotamia. Tamer of culture/wild things stands on two lions holding two lion type creatures /w wings. Heracles can be recognize
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[Classical Studies 2200] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 64 pages long Study Guide!

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Hero: heroic figures are people portrayed as larger than life itself, and thing or people you want to become, sometimes they do good things and other t
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[Classical Studies 2200] - Midterm Exam Guide - Ultimate 18 pages long Study Guide!

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Classical Studies 2200- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 20 pages long!)

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Classical Studies 2200 Midterm: midterm 1

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The possibility of extraterrestrial life was first considered: after the invention of the telescope, only during the past few decades, at the turn of t
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Review questions i for mbp3505f (sept 21, 2017: consider an nmr signal obtained with 2 tesla magnetic field from a phantom containing inorganic. S(t) =
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Classical Studies 2200 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Clytemnestra, Iphigenia, Odysseus

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Greeks are gathered at aulis under agamemnon"s command. Artemis is angry at agamemnon: she is demanding that he sacrifice his daughter. He refers to hi
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Classical Studies 2200 Lecture 9: classics midterm #2 notes

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Classical Studies 2200 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Homicide, Matricide, Theogony

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Plays written by athenians for mostly athenian audience. Birth of tragedy is simultaneous with establishment of democracy, in the late 6th century. Tra
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Classical Studies 2200 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Hector, Aristeia, Sarpedon

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Relays agamemnon"s message with the offer of many gifts and honours. Phoinix: longest single speech by any character in the poem, appeals to him as an
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Classical Studies 2200 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Seven Against Thebes, Eteocles, Polynices

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An obliteration of one"s origin: incest with mother. Philosophy is, in a sense, the most human activity. There is a tragic dimension to this drive towa
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Classical Studies 2200 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Pythia, Tragic Hero, Laius

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Two fundamental and universal taboos: patricide, an obliteration of one"s origin, incest with mother, a crime against time, a confusion of cause and ef
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WESTERNCS 2200Christopher BrownFall

Classical Studies 2200 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Ascended Master, Gray Iron, Theogony

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Basic points: the kosmos is in some sense alive, and all of its features are cosmic (cid:858)(cid:271)ei(cid:374)gs(cid:859) (cid:894)e(cid:454). earth
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Classical Studies 2200 Lecture Notes - Lecture 27: Bsc Young Boys, Maenad, Apotheosis

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Ovid"s metamorphoses: a roman poet 43 bce 17 ce, educated, well-read, sophisticated, and witty, often alludes to both greek and latin poets, in a displ
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Classical Studies 2200 Lecture Notes - Homicide, Tiryns, Mania

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Classics 2200: myth, story or story elements, traditional no text, author, only variants. Myths don"t have authors but sources have authors: subject to
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Classical Studies 2200 Lecture Notes - Lecture 26: Hector, Turnus, Latinus

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Classical Studies 2200 Chapter 10: Heroes of Myth

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Chapter 10 heroes of myth: man divided against himself. The hero is often born in an unusual (or unnatural) fashion and as an infant faces terrible dan
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Classical Studies 2200 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Wield, Thersites, Avail

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Apollodorus ACM, pp 33-45.docx

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K1 heracles (2. 4. 8-2. 7. 7: zeus made himself look like amphitryon, he slept with alcmene, almene bore to sons, heracles, the older by a day, to zeus
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Classical Studies 2200 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Cult Of Artemis At Brauron, Fetus, Minos

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Chapter 11 heroines of myth: women in many roles. The heroine: women"s mysteries in a man"s world. Never engage in quests or engage with combat with mo
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Classical Studies 2200 Chapter Notes -Satyr Play, Dionysia, Hesperides

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Classical Studies 2200 Chapter 1-5: Textbook notes term 1

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Classical Studies 2200 Chapter Notes -Liminality, Sakoku, Gennep

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Exegetic the way an insider explains the ritual to someone outside the society. Operational the way an anthropologist, who is outside the society, reco
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Classical Studies 2200 Chapter Notes -Urshanabi, Humbaba, Enkidu

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Myth is incorporated in our culture today (indiana jones, lost etc. ) What do they mean: what do they convey about the society that tells them. Popular
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Classical Studies 2200 Chapter Notes -Sacred Mysteries, Edmund Leach

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Theory: the structural study of myth clade levi-strauss. It provides a way of grappling with a problem basic to the beliefs of the people who told it.
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Classical Studies 2200 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Sea Monster, Cretan Bull, Acrisius

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Classical Studies 2200 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Sparagmos, Archaic Greece, Ancient Mesopotamian Religion

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To be a story, minimally that something happened and someone did something. It doesn"t need to be a specific narrative. Traditional no text, author, on
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Classical Studies 2200 Final: Classics 2200 entire year exam summary

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[Classical Studies 2200] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 153 pages long Study Guide!

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Classical Studies 2200- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 36 pages long!)

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The hero in classical myth: a brief overview. Hero is the main person in the story. Hercules wrestling the lion nemean lion- that was invincible to any
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Classical Studies 2200 Midterm: Classics Midterm 1

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Could wrestle elemental forces of nature ex. Heracles killed invincible lion no weapon was able to kill it. Cylinder stamp from 4th century bce sumeria
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Classical Studies 2200 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Sparagmos, Erinyes, Trojan War

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Multiple choice: in the oresteia, which is the place where the con icts of the trilogy are. Nally resolved: thebes, argos story begins in argos, delphi
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Classical Studies 2200 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Homeric Hymns, Numen, Ancient Greek Temple

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Classical Studies 2200 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Pylades, Aegisthus, Clytemnestra

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The title libation bearers comes from the chorus of trojan slave women, who carried libations to the tomb of agamemnon. In the libation bearers, oreste
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Classical Studies 2200 Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: Epic Poetry, Graeae, Pentheus

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Ovid was a latin poet who was well educated, sophisticated, and witty. Ovid wrote about many allusions to both greek and latin poets. Often wrote about
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Classical Studies 2200 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Sigmund Freud, Incest, Psychoanalysis

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The myth of oedipus engages with 2 fundamental and universal taboos: parricide: killing your father an obliteration of one"s origin, incest with one"s
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Classical Studies 2200 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Oenomaus, Hellenic Navy, Aegisthus

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Classical Studies 2200 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Paris Kills, Delphi, Omphale

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