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UTSCCLAA06H3Alexandra PohlodWinter

CLAA06 Ch. 16-18 Notes (Theseus, Oedipus, Myths of Athens, Thebes & Crete)

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21 Mar 2014
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Theseus-king of athens famous for various exploits, will be explained later. Cercops-mortal half man & half snake, born from the earth/soil; he"s legen
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UTSCCLAA06H3Alexandra PohlodWinter

CLAA06 Ch. 22-24 Notes (Return of Odysseus, Legends of Aeneas & Early Rome)

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3 Apr 2014
75
*nts: very important chapter, lots of folktale motifs, study this extensively for exam. Homer highlights odysseus" journey to get back home (to ithaca)
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UTSCCLAA06H3Alexandra PohlodSummer

CLAA06H3: Ch1-5 Review

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21 Jan 2014
152
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UTSCCLAA06H3Alexandra PohlodWinter

CLAA06 Ch. 19-21 Notes (Jason, Myths of Iolcus & Calydon, Trojan War & Aftermath)

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27 Mar 2014
72
19 jason and the myths of iolcus and calydon. Thessaly-widest plain in greece, located on nw mainland. >in homer"s tale of trojan war->birthplace of ac
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UTSCCLAA06H3Alexandra PohlodSummer

CLAA06H3: Chapter 13-15 Review

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22 Feb 2014
30
Claa06h3: humans are the protagonists, not gods, narrative about events in the human, not divine, past. Homer: noble- born male who"s alive. Later: nob
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UTSCCLAA06H3Alexandra PohlodSummer

CLAA06H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6-8: Sarpedon, Pan Flute, Clotho

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22 Feb 2014
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UTSCCLAA06H3Alexandra PohlodWinter

CLAA06H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14-15: Trachis, Castanets, Alcmene

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6 Aug 2014
22
C h a p t e r 1 4 : p e r s e u s a n d m y t h s o f t h e. A r g i v e p l a i n: argive plain: the richest territory of physical remains from the gr
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UTSCCLAA06H3Alexandra PohlodSummer

CLAA06H3: Chapter 16 (Theseus, Myths of Athens)

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7 Mar 2014
25
Theseus, myths of athens: latecomer, myths are confused and pale, theseus becomes their hero almost artificially. Cerops, erichthonius and the daughter
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UTSCCLAA06H3Alexandra PohlodWinter

Chapters 10-13

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6 Aug 2014
30
Persephone stays a 3rd of the year with hades and the rest in the world above: eleusinian mysteries: the most famous religious cults of the ancient wor
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UTSCCLAA06H3Alexandra PohlodWinter

CLAA06H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 16-17: Cephalus, Aegeus, Peisistratos

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6 Aug 2014
20
C h a p t e r 1 6 : t h e s e u s a n d t h e m y t h s o f. At h e n s: theseus: athens" greatest hero, the athenians made 3 claims about their origin
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UTSCCLAA06H3Alexandra PohlodWinter

Chapter 18-20

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6 Aug 2014
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