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hades

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Department
Classics
Course Code
CLA204H1
Professor
Claesson Welsh

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Power and prosperity instead of salivary
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In origin, an Olympian god, but not one of the canonical twelve.
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Hestia excluded because not too much about her
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Hades is excluded because it seemed like he lived apart from the rest of the Gods
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Excluded 2 to make it a canonized twelve
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Isolated from the Canonized twelve
Physical distance
Isolation:
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Gods cannot interact with easily
Gods avoid Hades
Death:
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Few myths about Hades, why?
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Allowed by Zeus
Abduction of Persephone
Homeric Hymn to Demeter
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Plays more minor role in Myths
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Gods tend to stay away from the realm of the Dead
Reason why he is not apart of the Canonized Twelve
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Importance:
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Human cannot see ghosts -afraid
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Name: "The Unseen One"
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Where Hades reside
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Realm of dead is the unseen aspect
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King of the Underworld
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Human in form but still stand out as something God-like
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Anthropomorphic, but still Godlike (powerful, awe-inspiring)
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Zeus Katachthonius: The underground Zeus
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Hades and Persephone and their counterparts: "Zeus Katachthonius"
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He receives the souls of all mortals
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Fearsome
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Awe-inspiring
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Not Evil
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Realm of the Dead (Homeric Underground) :
Landscape
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Meadows of asphodel
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Heroes and the Underworld
Not with regular mortals
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Separate area of stay in the underworld
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Mortals do not suffer on their own after
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It is mandatory to go there
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Underworld has no judgment
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Special Hell for sinners
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Hades
Wednesday, October 20, 2010
10:12 AM
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Hades Wednesday, October 20, 2010 10:12 AM - Power and prosperity instead of salivary - In origin, an Olympian god, but not one of the canonical twelve. - Excluded 2 to make it a canonized twelve Hestia excluded because not too much about her Hades is excluded because it seemed like he lived apart from the rest of the Gods - Few myths about Hades, why? Isolation: Isolated from the Canonized twelve Physical distance Death: Gods cannot interact with easily Gods avoid Hades - Importance: Homeric Hymn to Demeter Abduction of Persephone Allowed by Zeus Plays more minor role in Myths Reason why he is not apart of the Canonized Twelve Gods tend to stay away from the realm of the Dead - Name: The Unseen One
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