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UTSGCLA204H1Claesson WelshFall

chapter 11

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Apollo"s sanctuaries: delos: three female divinities of the commerce of delos: olive girl, sea girl, wine girl. Delphi: had amphalos; rock of the centr
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chapter 10

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Artemis with a stag roman copy (1/2nd c ad) of greek original (4th c bc); perhaps found at lake. Nemi, italy: wearing loose garments, which is suitable
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UTSGCLA204H1Claesson WelshFall

chapter 9

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UTSGCLA204H1Claesson WelshFall

chapter 8

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Owl her symbol; in athens coins have her profile on one side and the owl on the other. Metis = wisdom, council, advise, cunning, craft : athena"s wisdo
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UTSGCLA204H1Claesson WelshFall

chapter 7

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Genealogy: gaia = uranus, mountains, pontus; gaia + uranus = titans, cylcopes, hundred. Handers: oceanus the titan + tethys = oceanids (incl doris) Gai
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chapter 6

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UTSGCLA204H1Claesson WelshFall

chapt 4/5

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Zeus" travels convinced him that he must destroy mankind; one house had fallen but not one house only deserved to perish metamorphoses1. 240. New race
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UTSGCLA204H1Claesson WelshFall

chapter 4

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The titans: hesiod names twelve titans; some more important than others, oceanus and tethys > oceanids (spirits of waters, hyperion and theia. Castrati
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UTSGCLA204H1Claesson WelshFall

chapter 3

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Hesiod on origins of the kosmos (universe, world order: theogony116-125, first chaos, then gaia, then tartarus, then eros; from chaos > erebus and nigh
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UTSGCLA204H1Claesson WelshFall

Chapter 2

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UTSGCLA204H1Claesson WelshFall

CLA204H1 Lecture Notes - Mother Goddess, Trobriand Islands, Protoscience

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Surrealist sculpture: retrospective bust of a woman absolutely useless and created wholly for the purpose of materializing in a fetishistic way, with m
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UTSGCLA204H1Claesson WelshFall

First Class

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Classical world = history, culture of ancient greeks and romans: entire mediterranean region: historical stories. Myth: deals w/ things fantastical; ie
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