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apollo

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Department
Classics
Course Code
CLA204H1
Professor
Claesson Welsh

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Apollo and Daphne
Transformed into plant by Apollo
Daphne: etiology: plant came into existence
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Ero shoots:
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Apollo with love arrow
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Begs father to remain unmarried
Bay laurel leaves never decay
Becomes one with the ground and transforms into a Bay laurel tree
Daphne with arrow that incites hatred
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Hyacintus
Discuss throwing contest and hit him in the face and kills him
Man lover of Apollo
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Alternate version:Zephyr the wind God caused the discus to hit Hyacintus
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Apollo refused to allow lover go to the underworld and turned him into a flower with his spilled blood
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Apollo and Music
Homeric Hymn 25: To the Muses and Apollo
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Inspiration of music and song
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Marsyas has contest with Apollo
Skins him
Apollo wins and can do anything he wants with Marsyas
Contest with Apollo
Tomlus decides Apollo won
Pan -woodland god of Goat and Human
Turned into dog ears
Midas -Likes Pans music
Apollo the God of Music
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Apollo and Anius
Anius is the son of Apollo
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Daughters had power to produce oil, grain and wine
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Resisted to go supply army during Trojan war
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Apollo and Cyrene
Northern Africa (Nymph: minor nature goddess)
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Wrestles lion barehanded
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Has Apollo's son : Aristaeus
Take Nymph back to Cyrene and makes her a queen
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Summary: Delos and Dephi
Will of Zeus
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Music art medicine
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Attempts and fails at love
Apollo similar to Artemis
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Gentile, compassionate, guilty, guiltless
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Apollo cont'd
Thursday, October 07, 2010
8:31 PM
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Apollo contd Thursday, October 07, 2010 8:31 PM Apollo and Daphne Daphne: etiology: plant came into existence Transformed into plant by Apollo Ero shoots: Apollo with love arrow Daphne with arrow that incites hatred Begs father to remain unmarried Becomes one with the ground and transforms into a Bay laurel tree Apollo uses powers of forever youth on tree Bay laurel leaves never decay Hyacintus - Man lover of Apollo Discuss throwing contest and hit him in the face and kills him - Alternate version: Zephyr the wind God caused the discus to hit Hyacintus - Apollo refused to allow lover go to the underworld and turned him into a flower with his spilled blood Apollo and Music - Homeric Hymn 25: To the Muses and Apollo - Inspiration of music and song - Apollo the God of Music
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