Classical Mythology 107
Classical Mythology 107 Classic 170
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Classical Mythology Week One Notes Theogony Story about origins of gods Hesiod s Theogony 0 Universe cosmonogy 0 Application of human model to natural forces 0 Genealogy of the Greek Gods 0 Creation of the natural phenomena Hesiod 0 Late 8th Century BC 0 Worked in an oral tradition music poetry 0 Composed epic poetry 0 The Muses set him on the road to be a poet Generations lst Ruling Couple Gaia Earth and Ouranos Heaven Children Titanos Kronos Rhea etc 2nd Ruling Couple Kronos and Rhea Titans Children Olympians Zeus Hera etc 3rd Ruling Couple Zeus and Hera Olympians Children Younger Olympians ZeusHera ZeusMettis ZeusDemete ZeusLeto ZeusMaia ZeusSemel r e Ares Athena Persephone Artemis Hermes Dionysus Hephaestus Apollo Cultural ContextEnd of Early Iron Age in Ancient Greece 0 Late 8th century BC 0 Panhellenism Panhellenic sanctuaries all Greek 0 Originally oral tradition 0 Urbanizationcolonialism Men such as Hesiod would perform for aristocratic families to celebrate IndoEuropean Epic Poetry 0 Greek shared a common ancestral tongue With near Eastern languages 0 Possibility of ancient near Eastern Myth in uencing Greek Myth 0 Succession myths and generational con ictsnarrative patterns 0 Natural generation succession vs generational con ict Zeus Establishes His Rule Titanomancy Younger Olympians fought the Titans for the right to rule Mount Olympus Zeus was made deals with the hundred handers Styx and Hecate against the Titans Kronos Defeating his grandmother s monster Typhoeus How is the painting of Typhoeus different than description The description talks about the monster haVing dragon heads The painting shows the monster haVing a dragon body Prometheus Culture hero teaching of customs and establish human practices role model Settlement at Mekone is where Zeus s rule of sacrifice was developed white bone Prometheus always tricked and stole from Zeus Prometheus would then become chained to a rock The worst punishment of them all was Pandora Pandora was seen as the beginning of the female raceone last lashout at mankind
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