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CLST 107, Week 4

by: Tristen Pennington

CLST 107, Week 4 CLST 107

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These notes cover Hermes, Dionysus, and Aphrodite.
Greek Mythology
Luke Gorton
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Greek, Greek Myth, Greek Mythology, myth, Hermes, dionysus, aphrodite




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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Tristen Pennington on Thursday September 29, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to CLST 107 at University of New Mexico taught by Luke Gorton in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 3 views. For similar materials see Greek Mythology in Classics at University of New Mexico.

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Date Created: 09/29/16
Week 4: Hermes, Dionysus, and Aphrodite  Hermes: the messenger god, trickster, god of travel, friendliest to humans. Communication between humans and gods. Apollo’s younger brother. Son of Zeus and Maia. Invents lyre, sandals, fire-sticks, and shepherds pipe. The psychopompos: guides dead souls to underworld, sometimes takes them back to the living world. Attributes: Caduceus, winged sandals and hat, petasos, ram, cattle. Joined with Aphrodite in rituals and cults.  Dionysus: god of wine and intoxication, twice-born-god, god of resurrection, god of drama, god of nature. Born from Zeus’ leg after Zeus incinerates Semele. Satyrs commonly associated with Dionysus. Attributes: wine, alcohol, drinking cups, grapes, grape vines, ivy, pine trees, pine cones, evergreens, thyrsos, leopard, panther, goat, fawn.  Aphrodite: pan-hellenic goddess of love and sexuality, goddess of beauty, Cypris, Cytheria, “the golden one”. Born from Ouranos’ genitals. Ares is her favorite lover. Attributes: dove, sparrow, pigeon, goose, duck, rose, poppy, lily, myrtle tree, apple, peach, pomegranate, mirror.


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