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U OF ACLASS102Craig TaylorWinter

CLASS102 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Homeric Hymns, Panathenaic Games, Erechtheion

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U OF ACLASS102Craig TaylorWinter

CLASS102 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Mircea Eliade, Carl Jung, Oedipus Complex

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U OF ACLASS102John HarrisWinter

CLASS102 Chapter Notes - Chapter 17-21: Greco-Persian Wars, Metope, Tiryns

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The hero and heroine in saga and folktale. (1) hero usually has elements of extraordinary linked to his birth and childhood. (2) he inevitably faces op
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U OF ACLASS102Craig TaylorWinter

CLASS102 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Oceanid, Cyclops, Wiht

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Poseidon - best known as great god of waters in general, the sea in particular. Was not the first or only such divinity. Pontus (the sea) had been prod
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U OF ACLASS102John HarrisWinter

CLASS102 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Oceanid, Pelias, Cyclops

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U OF ACLASS102John HarrisWinter

CLASS102 Chapter 8: Athena

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U OF ACLASS102John HarrisWinter

CLASS102 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Cronus, Typhon, Mount Othrys

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U OF ACLASS102John HarrisWinter

CLASS102 Chapter 3: Creation Myths

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Chapter 3: myths of creation: opens by describing the muses, zeus"s daughters very beautiful and powerful dancing and singing for the gods on. Ovid: ch
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U OF ACLASS102John HarrisWinter

CLASS102 Chapter 1: What is Classical Mythology?

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True myth/myth proper: stories mostly involving the gods and their relations with humans; mostly about the gods, religion, and the supernatural. Saga/l
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U OF ACLASS102John HarrisWinter

CLASS102 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Lapiths, Cronus, Clotho

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U OF ACLASS102Craig TaylorWinter

CLASS102 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Cup-Bearer, Vestal Virgin, Hestia

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Brothers and sisters, children of cronus + rhea. Hades presides over underworld they cast lots for their realms. Zeus takes sister hera as his queen &
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U OF ACLASS102Craig TaylorWinter

CLASS102 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Personal Unconscious, Sigmund Freud, Electra Complex

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