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CLAS 401 Mythology Study Guide

by: Darian Tilton

CLAS 401 Mythology Study Guide CLASS 401

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Include information about Aphrodite, Artemis, Apollo, Orion, marsyas, Apollo's failed loves
Classical Mythology
Professor Trzaskoma
Study Guide
Greek Myth, Greek Mythology, classical greeks, Gods, aphrodite, Artemis, Apollo, Orion, Marsyas, Phaethon
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This 4 page Study Guide was uploaded by Darian Tilton on Sunday October 16, 2016. The Study Guide belongs to CLASS 401 at University of New Hampshire taught by Professor Trzaskoma in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 131 views. For similar materials see Classical Mythology in Mythology at University of New Hampshire.


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Date Created: 10/16/16
CLAS 401, Mythology  Study Guide #2 1. Artemis is the goddess of what?   2. Describe the story of Orion   3. What instrument is associated with Apollo, which was he usually playing?    4. Describe the events leading up to and immediately following Apollo being forced (by  Zeus) to be a mortal slave for 1 year   5. Why is Apollo’s love life considered a “tragedy”?   6. True or False, the first version of The Hippolytus was the most popular and successful  version T or F   7. Why are Artemis and Aphrodite considered opposites?   8. Who is Acteon? What happened to him?   9. Who were Aphrodite’s affairs with?   10. Why is Apollo never associated with having a beard?    11. What was the “Great Dionysia”?    12. True or false, ancient greek plays were paid for by whoever created the play in the first  place  T or F   13. True or false, both men and women were given parts in ancient greek plays T or F   14.What two gods are being talked about in the expression “love and war”?    15. Explain the story of Marsyas 16. Who was Bellerophontes? What happened when he went to Lycia, and what 3 tasks was he asked to complete? 17. When trying to recover “truth” from myth, the idea of Pegasus was adapted to be more realistic. What was Pegasus adapted into? 18. What happened to Meleagros? What lead to this? 19. According to the ACM reading, why was Aphrodite forced by Zeus to fall in love with a mortal? 20. In Ovid, Metamorphoses, how did Apollo kill the python?


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