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Week 3 Notes

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Week 3 Notes History 1200

Alyson Hankins
Survey of American History Since 1865

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Date Created: 09/15/15
Poseidon Outline Poseidon Associations Representation Polyphemos and Galateia a love story Associations Mediterranean Sea Many sea and river gods Ponton Oceanus Nereus Triton son of Poseidon Phorcys Proteus Poseidon Son of Cronos and Rheia Brothers Zeus and Hades Drawing of lots Apollodorus for domains Hades underworld Zeus sky Poseidon water Homeric Hymn 22 Shaker of the land Savior of ships Friday September 11 2015 Friday September 11 2015 Tamer of horses Shaker of the land God of earthquakes Shatters land with his trident Connection to the earth Probably originally a god of the land Savior of ships God of the sea Power both to save and to destroy ships and sailors Associated with violent unpredictable energy as with earthquakes Sea storms tempests Temple of Poseidon at Sounion Tamer of horses Pausanias why horses Got the name as inventor of horsemanship ln myth father of the first horse Prayed to at horsechariot races Another association with powerful energy Representation Older bearded Trident Hippocamp seahorse Wife Amphitrite Polyphemos Son of Poseidon and Amphitrite A cyclops Friday September 11 2015 Not one of the 3 cyclopes that make Zeus lightning A shepherd and musician In love with the seagoddess Galateia But Galateia loves Acis a young mortal shepherd Galateia and Acis have a secret affair Polyphemos catches Acis and Galateia ln anger Polyphemos crushes Acis with a huge rock Wednesday September 9 2015 Hera Hephaistos and Ares Zeus and Hera 2791 years together Zeus Hera and their children frequently imagined as dwelling on Mt Olympus Thus called Olympian gods Wherever humans wouldn39t make their homes is normally where godsgoddesses live Hera Marriage Childbirth Fertility goddess Protects women Jealous of her cheating husband vengeful Zeus cheats on her A LOT Cast as the role of the jealous spouse Crown royal staff peacock Zeus and lo lo a mortal priestess of Hera Seduced by Zeus in the form of a cloud Caught by Hera but not before Zeus turns lo into a cow Hera demands the cow and sets allseeing Argos to guard her Argos has 100 eyes Hermes Argos and lo Zeus orders Hermes to help the cow cow lo Hermes kills Argos after uing all his eyes to sleep with music Hermes Argeiphontes The killer of Argos Wednesday September 9 2015 Hera sets Argos eyes into her favorite bird Etiological myth that explains why peacocks look like they have eyes all over their feathers Children of Zeus and Hera Eileithyia Hebe Hephaistos sort of Ares Eileithyia Goddess of childbirth like Hera Hebe Goddess of youth Hebe youthful vigor Cupbearer on Mt Olympus Hebe the cupbearer Nectar and ambrosia the drink and food of the gods Hephaistos Son of Zeus and Heraor Hera bore Hephaistos without sexual intercourse Hera as a fertile earth goddess Divine blacksmith creates works of great beauty and power God of fire creative and destructive Volcanoes Sometimes attended by the 3 cyclopes Not physically flawless Lame in oneboth of his legs Wednesday September 9 2015 Hephaistos thrown off Mt Olympus By Zeus for interfering in an argument between Zeus and Hera Hephaistos lands on the island of Lemnos where he is rescued by the sea goddess Thetis Reason for his damaged legs Lemnos was sacred to Hephaistos Hephaistos protective of Hera scorned by Athena In return for making Zeus thunderbolt Zeus promises Hephaistos whatever he wants He wants Athena Zeus urges Athena to defend her virginity Hephaistos and Athena struggle Athena comes to Hephaistos forge to get her weapons they fight over Hephaistos wanting to have sex with Athena Hephaistos ejaculates onto the ground Result Erichthonius Eris struggle Chthonos earth Erichthonius mythical ancestor of Athenians and married to Aphrodite Ares the god of warfare Ares and Aphrodite Aphrodite takes Ares as a lover Hephaistos secretly finds out Wednesday September 9 2015 Sets Chain trap around bed Chains as thin as spider webs practically invisible but weigh tons The trap springs Helios the sun god sees Aphrodite and Ares together and informs Hephaistos Hephaistos summons all the gods to see Embarrassing Ares and Aphrodite trapped and humiliated


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