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Lecture 8

CLST 203 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Hamaxitus, Lyceus, Pythian Games


Department
Classical Studies
Course Code
CLST 203
Professor
Graeme Ward
Lecture
8

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CLST 203 Week 4 Lecture 2
Apollo & Artemis
Apollos Aspects
Law
Oracles and Prophesy
Plague and Medicine
Music and the Arts
God of the Sun
Archer god
(Some) Epithets of Apollo
Phoebus Apollo (Radiant)
Apollo Letoides
Apollo Epikourios The (elper i.e., (ealer
Apollo Loxias Oblique i.e., gives confusing oracles
Apollo (ekatebolos Who strikes from afar
Apollo Hekatos (who kills a hundred)
Delian Apollo (born on the island of Delos)
Delphian Apollo (Protector of the shrine at Delphi)
Apollo Pythios (Slayer of the Python)
Apollo Lykeios (either wolf god or Lycian)
Apollo Mousagetes leader of the Nine Muses
Apollo Smintheus the rat
Apollo Daphnephorios bearer of laurels
Apollos Origins: Delos?
Son of Zeus and Leto (Latona)
Daughter of Coeus and Phoebe
Delian Apollo
Delian (145-7)
Hera angry at Zeus
refuses Leto help
Rhea, Themis, Amphitrite
Eileithyia
Blocks her own child from helping
Leto gives birth at Delos
Artemis?
Apollo and artemis and meant to be twins, yet there is no mention of
Artemis
Pythian Apollo (147-8)
Delphi
Apollo searches for sacred site
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Mt. Parnassus
) rot where the word Python comes from
Typhon (Hera)
Apollo strike serpent down with arrows
Pytho (πύθω)
Prior Oracle to Gaia or Themis?
Apollo Delphinius
Cretan Sailors
Apollo requires servants
dolphins
Delphi
Delphi
Mt. Parnassus
Omphalos navel
Sanctuary and Treasuries
Pythian Games
Oracle of Delphi
Pythia (prophetess)
Accompanying priests
shamanism
Oracular Sayings:
Know thyself; Nothing in excess; Curb thy spirit; Observe the limit;
Hate hubris
King Croesus of Lydia
Apollo and Daphne
Ovid
Apollo had taunted Eros about his bow-skills
Although your arrows pierce every target, Apollo, mine will pierce
youEros
Laurels
Apollo and Hyacinthus
Spartan youth
Purple flower arises
Hyacinthia Festival
Phoebus Apollo (Helios)
Phaeton
Ovid
Apollo and Marsyas (111-112)
Pretty much a copy of Arachne and Athena
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