Mythology Study Guide for Test 1 (weeks 1-4)
Mythology Study Guide for Test 1 (weeks 1-4) CLASS 401
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Mythology Study Guide Test 1 1. What did the Ancient Greeks call themselves? 2. Which country made up the West Mediterranean Basin and which country made up the East Mediterranean Basin? 3. Name the two groups that the ancient Greeks used to describe people. 4. Name and describe the 4 “Ages of Man” 5. Describe the pattern of “girls tragedies” 6. True or false, Persephone, also known as Kore, is the daughter of Demeter? T or F 7. Describe the story of Europa 8. Describe the story of Io 9. What did Hera turn Io into? 10. How many “mating’s” does Zeus have and who are they with? 11. Which god was king during the Golden Ages, which god was king during the Silver Ages? 12. Which goddess was considered “a curse for mortal men? 13. What is the Hieros Gamos and who was involved in it? 14. Describe Demeter’s Wanderings 15. What caused Demeter to become distressed? 16. What were the 4 main types of stories of early humans? 17. Demeter was the goddess of what? 18. How did Zeus become “king” of the gods? Who is considered as his “queen”? 19. Describe the Flood myth, “Epic of Gilgamesh”
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