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CLAS-C 205 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Synoecism, Eleusinian Mysteries, Aphrodite Pandemos

2518 Aphrodite Monday, February 5, 2018 2:31 PM Aphrodite: Monday: Aphrodite in Myth Birth Trojan War Love Triangle Today: Aphrodite in Myth continued: Homeric Hymn Worship of Aphrodite Opening: Artemis, Athena, and Hes...

Classical Studies
CLAS-C 205
Artemis Brod
CLAS-C 205 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Homeric Hymns, Thesmophoria, Aeschylus

2218 Aphrodite Friday, February 2, 2018 2:32 PM Aphrodite: Foleys Interpretation of the Homeric Hymn Trying to show the way this hymn servesjustifiesexplains patriarchal power Zeus attempt to give his daughter in marriage...

Classical Studies
CLAS-C 205
Artemis Brod
CLAS-C 205 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Only Hope, Beautiful Creature, Boeotia

January 18, 2018 Lecture 4 Hesiods Works and Days - Hesiod wrote around 700 BC - Autobiographical details from his writings: - His father was previously a sea-trader who live in Aeolian Cyme,...

Classical Studies
CLAS-C 205
Artemis Brod
CLAS-C 205 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Preface, Erebus, Theogony

January 16, 2018 Lecture 3 Hesiod - Lived in ascra near mt helicon - Wrote during the latter part of the 8th century BC - Known for the Theogony and w orks and days - Demonstrates familiari...

Classical Studies
CLAS-C 205
Artemis Brod
CLAS-C 205 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Xenophanes, Abrahamic Religions, Anthropomorphism

January 11, 2018 Lecture 2 Characteristics of the Greek Gods - Monotheism- (mono-one) of the abrahamic religions( judaism ,islam) - Polytheism- (Poly- many, The- god) - Associated with elemen...

Classical Studies
CLAS-C 205
Artemis Brod
CLAS-C 205 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Cyrus Longworth Lundell, Anthropomorphism

Classical Mythology Michael W. Lundell January 9, 2018 Lecture 1 What is Myth? - Something that is actually untrue, but widely believed to be true - Have to do wit...

Classical Studies
CLAS-C 205
Artemis Brod
CLAS-C 209 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Edema
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Chapter 5  ● ox(y)  ○ Comes from the Greek adj. Meaning “sharp, keen, shrill, or quick”   ○ In English often meant “acute” or “sensitive”   ○ Oxygen became a commonly used word throug...

Classical Studies
CLAS-C 209
Ronald Orr
CLAS-C 209 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Myc, Jaundice, Meningitis
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Coffee Hour: Wednesday, Ballantine 565  4:00­5:00  Chapter 3  Body Part Combining Forms  ● Chondr ­ cartilage  ● Dactyl ­ finger, to...

Classical Studies
CLAS-C 209
Ronald Orr
CLAS-C 209 Lecture 1: 8/25/16

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