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SFUHUM 102WDavid MirhadyWinter

Unit 1.docx

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Scepter a shoot of sturdy laurel : a symbol for the right of speech, poets and kings carry it. Creation y story of the birth or generation (the gon ) o
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SFUHUM 102WDavid MirhadyWinter

Unit 2.doc

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The usual 12 olympian gods are the most powerful: zeus, poseidon, hades, hera, demeter, athena, apollo, artemis, hermes. Take note of their epithets, t
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SFUHUM 102WDavid MirhadySpring

HUM 102W Chapter 4-6: Unit 4-6

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SFUHUM 102WDavid MirhadyFall

Preface.doc

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Divine myths stories focusing primarily on the (often conflicting) gods, who are beings superior to humans. Provides an etiology or explanation of some
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SFUHUM 130Michael NewtonWinter

HUM 130 Chapter Notes -Impermanence

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Please read the text thoughtfully: read the forward, page one and two. What is your impression of the heart of. Why might it be hard to understand: rea
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SFUHUM 130Sheri FabianSpring

HUM 130 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-7: Yajurveda, Atharvaveda, Samaveda

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Impossible to understand community without understanding religion. Ignorance of religion can cause nasty consequences. Substantive definition: having a
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SFUHUM 102WSvitlanaSpring

HUM 102W Chapter Notes - Chapter 18-24: Chryses, Ekphrasis, Iliad

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The iliad // summaries: book 18, 19, 21-24. Whe(cid:374) a(cid:272) hears of pat"s death, he loses (cid:272)o(cid:374)trol a(cid:374)d (cid:272)ries. H
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SFUHUM 102WSvitlanaSpring

HUM 102W Chapter Notes - Chapter 13-24: Eumaeus, Odysseus, Grotto

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The ki(cid:374)g is (cid:373)o(cid:448)ed (cid:271)y odysseus" tale a(cid:374)d pro(cid:373)ises that ea(cid:272)h (cid:373)a(cid:374) (cid:449)ill gi(
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SFUHUM 102WSvitlanaSpring

HUM 102W Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Pylades, Aegisthus, Oresteia

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Many years after clytamnestra kills king agamemnon, his son orestes returns home with pylades to mourn. Ore has been living in exile, until apollo sent
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SFUHUM 102WSvitlanaSpring

HUM 102W Chapter Notes - Chapter 6-12: Aegeus, Pelias, Iolcos

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6: minerva decides to take vengeance on arachne, as she heard rumours that arachne is better than her at weaving, and that she brags that should could
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SFUHUM 102WSvitlanaSpring

HUM 102W Chapter Notes - Chapter 6, 9, 14-17: Sarpedon, Iliad, Odysseus

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Book 6, 9, 14-17 summaries the illiad. The gods are absent, and achaen forces begin to overwhelm the trojans. Menelaus considers accepting ransom for t
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SFUHUM 102WSvitlanaSpring

HUM 102W Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Clytemnestra, Trojan War, Aeschylus

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Agamemnon begins with a watchman on the roof of the palace at argos. He sees a bacon flashing, announcing the fall of troy to the greek armies. The cho
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