Classical Studies 2200 Lecture Notes - Lecture 22: Cyclops, Jasper, Turnus

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Piety (pietas: devotion and respect to one"s ancestors and family, their nation, when this virtue is broken, there is mass disorder. Personal sacri ce: constantly suppressing his own desires, feelings, and impulses because the gods have instructed him to do something other than what he really wants to do founding rome. Divine interest in the political world of humans. !1: marries a trojan woman named creusa, has a son named ascanius/iulus. Suppresses his personal desires, submits his will to divine fate: when he fails to do so, it leads to tragedy (dido) Tuesday, march 28, 2017: pietas, a sense of duty to others: First line of the aeneid: i sing of arms and of a man : famous rst words: iliad: arms | odyssey: man, an epic poem in 12 books: 1-6: voyage to italy (compare odyssey: persecution by juno, dido (tragic, underworld, 6-12: war in italy (compare iliad)

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