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Textbook Notes for Classical Studies 2200 at Western University (UWO)

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Classical Studies 2200 Chapter 1-5: Textbook notes term 1

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Classical Studies 2200 Chapter Notes -Urshanabi, Humbaba, Enkidu

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Myth is incorporated in our culture today (indiana jones, lost etc. ) What do they mean: what do they convey about the society that tells them. Popular
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Classical Studies 2200 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Wield, Thersites, Avail

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Classical Studies 2200 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Cult Of Artemis At Brauron, Pentheus, Clytemnestra

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The heroine: women"s mysteries in a man"s world. Don"t have the same strength or courage as heroes. Don"t often go on quests or engage in combat with m
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Classical Studies 2200 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Mycenaean Greece, Euripides, Greco-Persian Wars

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The people of athens built a new marble temple to honour athene: she was the goddess of wisdom in which the city was named after. In addition, they ded
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Classical Studies 2200 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Cult Of Artemis At Brauron, Fetus, Minos

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Chapter 11 heroines of myth: women in many roles. The heroine: women"s mysteries in a man"s world. Never engage in quests or engage with combat with mo
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Classical Studies 2200 Chapter 10: Heroes of Myth

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Chapter 10 heroes of myth: man divided against himself. The hero is often born in an unusual (or unnatural) fashion and as an infant faces terrible dan
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Classical Studies 2200 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Swineherd, Laestrygonians, Thrinacia

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Classical Studies 2200 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Sea Monster, Cretan Bull, Acrisius

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Chapter 10: heroes of myth: man divided against himself. Two fathers; divine(real) and mortal(figure: "good divine father, bad biological father extrao
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WESTERNCS 2200Kendall SharpFall

Classical Studies 2200 Chapter Notes -Satyr Play, Dionysia, Hesperides

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WESTERNCS 2200Aara SuksiFall

Classical Studies 2200 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Minos, New Taiwan Dollar, Tums

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Heroes: a divine parent or ancestor, physical strength, courage and skill, performance of impossible feats, an encounter with chtonic powers and a ques
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Classical Studies 2200 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Clytemnestra, Wild Beasts, Odysseus

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The heroine: women"s mysteries in a man"s world. Heroines(female) are not the same as heroes(male) in their qualities, goals, quests, and rewards: usua
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