11-26 Aeneas

11-26 Aeneas - Aeneas, the Roman Hero II Lecture Outline...

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Aeneas, the Roman Hero II Lecture Outline Classics 170 Professor Gregory A. Staley
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KEY CHARACTERS, CONCEPTS Golden Bough Latinus Juno Iulus/Ascanius Anchises Lavinia Aeneas“Aeneas is us” “It takes more courage to take an unmapped journey”
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Cacus Sibyl of Cumae Turnus Evander Hercules Pallas Venus Jupiter ASSIGNMENT: Vergil, Aeneid , the excerpts found in CM on pp. 931-952; reread in CM chapter 19 ("Virgil's Roman Epic") pp. 886 ("The Underworld") through p. 890; Ovid, Metamorphoses , book 14, "The Apotheosis of Aeneas", pp. 577-579. I. AENEAS' UNDERWORLD JOURNEY“Aeneas is us” “It takes more courage to take an unmapped journey” Aeneas and the Sibyl of Cumae , who leads Aeneas throug h Hades A. The Golden Bough
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A Map of Hades, showin g the Y- shaped road of life and death B. Anchises and the future of Rome: "But you, Roman, must remember that you have to guide the nations by your authority, for this is to be your skill, to graft tradition onto peace, to show mercy to the conquered, and to wage war until the haughty are brought
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