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CLASSIC 45B Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Natural Disaster, Collective Unconscious, Helladic Period

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Involves a story that is told and heard by people,product of storyteller by tradition from person to person. Myth cognates with the word mythos in anci
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CLASSIC 45B Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Proserpina, Misenus, Aeneid

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The aeneid in the dawn of the roman empire. Roman poet, second half of first century bc. Begun at the time of octavian augustus"s triumphant return fro
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CLASSIC 45B Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Ismene, Haemon, Delian League

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Some historical background for second half of classical 5th c. bc. Sophocles, born around 495, died in 405. During which greeks repelled persian attack
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CLASSIC 45B Lecture 11: Introduction to Homer and the Odyssey

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Name given to the author of the iliad and odyssey. According to tradition, a blind bard (from the island) of chios, or the city of smyrna in asia minor
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CLASSIC 45B Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Aegisthus, Clytemnestra, Trojan War

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Who do you see when you go to hades? (or else the underworld) Trip to the underworld is a mytheme of comparative mythology found in a diverse number of
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CLASSIC 45B Lecture 3: Theseus

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Athenians considered him to be a reformer who unified politically the greater region around athens, attica. Son of aegeus, king of athens and aethra. A
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CLASSIC 45B Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Bridle, Euripides, Iobates

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CLASSIC 45B Lecture 7: Medea

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Euripides (born in 480s-died in 406) wrote about 90 plays. More plays survive from euripides than any of the others. Competed 22 times, won first prize
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CLASSIC 45B Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Ancestral Sin, Oedipus The King, Laius

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Received hospitality of pelops in elis, northwest peloponnese. Sacred ties of guest and host violated by laius who fell in love with. Oracle at delphi
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CLASSIC 45B Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Edmund Keeley, Blasket Islands, Aran Islands

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Our thesis is that shifts in the academic study of homeric epic were part of a much broader re-positioning of homer in the cultural landscape of the tw
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CLASSIC 45B Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Clytemnestra, Aeschylus, Therapnes

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A heroine was a woman who had died-mortality. Heroines perform extraordinary deeds that may or may not be moral- complexity. Obtain some form of immort
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CLASSIC 45B Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Augeas, Deianira, Oeneus

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Two strands involved in study of ancient heroes. Stories told in literary or visual forms. Heroes play role in traditional oral tales. Linear-horizonta
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