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CLA204 Notes.docx

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22 Oct 2012
118
M thos (ancient greek) story , plot of a narrative. Myth a traditional story of collective (social) importance character, plot, temporal and special se
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CLA204H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8-11: Homeric Hymns, Psychopomp, Sacred Prostitution

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25 Feb 2013
43
Hermes plays a role as a psychopompos ( soul guide ) , he leads dead into the house of hades. Hermes often called argeiphontes slayer of argus , argu i
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CLA204H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5-7: Twelve Olympians, Cronus, Cup-Bearer

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11 Feb 2013
32
Creation of mortals is speculated but generally assumed that they were created by prometheus. Made human race by mixing primeval earth and water (earth
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CLA204H5 Chapter 11-12: Classical Mythology Reading Notes Chapter 11 & 12

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23 Apr 2016
14
Chapter 11- myths of fertility ii pages 262-290. Dionysus, god of wine, the life force and the instinctive side of personality. Dionysus was known as b
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CLA204H5 Chapter 17: Classical Myth Reading Notes chapter 17

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23 Apr 2016
4
Chapter 17- the myths of crete pages 429-453. Second millennium bc crete was a great sea power, bulls and goddesses, personifications of fertility play
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CLA204H5 Chapter 10: Classical Mythology Reading Notes Chapter 10

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23 Apr 2016
8
Gaea, mother earth came after sexless chaos and from gaea came the world: first sky, sea and mountains and the olympians and humans. Greeks associated
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CLA204H5 Chapter 6: Classical Mythology Reading Notes Chapter 6

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23 Apr 2016
20
Children of coronus and rhea: zeus, hera, poseidon, demeter, hestia and hades. They all lived on mount olympus; the tallest mountain in greece except f
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UTMCLA204H5Lisa TrentinFall

Olymipians chart

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19 Dec 2012
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CLA204H5 Chapter 19: Classical Myth Reading Notes chapter 19

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23 Apr 2016
13
Chapter 19- jason and the myths of iolcus and calydon pages 482-516. Thessaly- the widest plain in greece, best known as the birthplace of achilles. Ho
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CLA204H5 Chapter 16: Classical Mythology Reading Notes chapter 16

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23 Apr 2016
15
Chapter 16- theseus and the myths of athens pages 398-427. Athens greatest hero, theseus, legends were made in 6th and 5th century bc when. Athens rose
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