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Nature of the Stars

by: Megan Jenks

Nature of the Stars 160D2 FA14 001

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Megan Jenks
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Classical Mythology
Professor Schon

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These notes have the names of the art pieces seen during lecture and explanation of the hierarchies of the gods and goddess
Classical Mythology
Professor Schon
One Day of Notes
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Date Created: 01/04/15
91714 Nature of the Stars Anthropomorphism Human shaped The Flaying of Marsyas Titian 1575 The Affair of Ares amp Aphrodite 0 Another showing human trait 0 Ares is the brother of Hephaestus who is married to Aphrodite The Forge of Vulcan Diego Velazquez 1630 o Helios rats out about affair Symbol amp lcons 0 Animals Zeus eagle Hera peacock Poseidon Horse Athena Owl Aphrodite dove sparrow goose Ares the boar Hermes tortoise rooster 0 Objects Zeus lightning bolt scepter Hera scepter Poseidon trident Athena aegis amp helmet Ares weapons Artemis bow amp arrow Hermes caduceus winged sandals Apollo Lyre Divine Hierarchy Some are immortal but not as powerful GorgonsHarpies Medusa NymphFaeries long lived not immortal Demigods half bloods not immortal Heroes Zeus amp Monotheism 0 Zeus is clearly the dominant God 0 Protects the meek upholds oaths maintains justice 0 Origins Ba39a the slql god of the Near East and Levant Greek Humanism Protagoras man is measure of all things 0 Sophocles Antigone wonders are many but none is more wonderful than man 0 Achilles in Hades 3939I should prefer as a slave to serve another man even if he had no property amp little to live on then to rule all those dead who have done well in life


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