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Unit Week 2 Greek CIv notes

by: Jordan Anderson

Unit Week 2 Greek CIv notes CLST 204

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Lightly touch on the bronze age, and more on Mortal vs God relations
Greek Civilization
Lorenzo Garcia
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Greek, Civ, Gods, Bronze Age, notes
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Jordan Anderson on Friday January 29, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to CLST 204 at University of New Mexico taught by Lorenzo Garcia in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 62 views. For similar materials see Greek Civilization in Classical Studies at University of New Mexico.


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Date Created: 01/29/16
Bronze age intro. 3000 BCE, smelting intro. 2800 BCE, by 2500 workers using bronze, lead, silver, and gold Bronze age Greece- 'Helladic" after Hellas, Greek name for Greece Xenia= 'reciprocal relations of hospitality' Friendship through gift exchange and feasting between xenoi 'guest friends' Xenia= principle of foreign policy: xenos 'stranger' treated like philos "member of the family" Violation of xenia= violation of world order Tisis= 'vengeance' restoring violated economic relations Theft of Helen; theft of Briseis Achilles as "best of Achaeans" (Aristos Achaion) Light+sound= hero visually conspicuous Special relationship with gods Hero excels for period of time Single handedly put enemy to flight Not number of wounds "from behind" suffered by the Trojans Diomedes sees and wounds gods Drinking nectar and eating ambrosia makes Gods not mortal Mortals vs Immortals-Diomedes vs. Apollo: "Gods are to humans what humans are to crawling bugs" Mortal life=vegetal life Dead remembered as beautiful Without burial, body rots and is eaten, so burial is cremation, saving bones, burying jar of ashes, and put up tombstone Achilles chooses life over death, refuses to be Greek hero


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