10-1 HERMES

10-1 HERMES - HERMES Lecture Outline Classics 170 Professor...

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Unformatted text preview: HERMES Lecture Outline Classics 170 Professor Gregory A. Staley KEY CHARACTERS, CONCEPTS HermesConceived inside a dark cave. Wants to get him and Maia up to Mt. Olympus. Hermes’ mother A rod intertwined by two snakes (caduceus) was a medicinal symbol to indicate healing Zeus sees a younger version of himself. "Not guilty, by the gods!" Then he winked, and clutched his blanket. To see the kid just stand there and lie like that, denying everything so beautifully, made Zeus just roar with laughter. Apollo would be his biggest enemy. Apollo wants everything in place. Plays to sooth Apollo. Distinguished by his skill at deceit and by his exaggerated instinctual and bodily urges angelos herm Apollo Prometheus Zeus psychopompos Hestia MaiaConceived inside a dark cave. Wants to get him and Maia up to Mt. Olympus. Hermes’ mother A rod intertwined by two snakes (caduceus) was a medicinal symbol to indicate healing Zeus sees a younger version of himself. "Not guilty, by the gods!" Then he winked, and clutched his blanket. To see the kid just stand there and lie like that, denying everything so beautifully, made Zeus just roar with laughter. Apollo would be his biggest enemy. Apollo wants everything in place. Plays to sooth Apollo. Distinguished by his skill at deceit and by his exaggerated instinctual and bodily urges Hermes and dynamism trickster figure caduceusConceived inside a dark cave. Wants to get him and Maia up to Mt. Olympus. Hermes’ mother A rod intertwined by two snakes (caduceus) was a medicinal symbol to indicate healing Zeus sees a younger version of himself. "Not guilty, by the gods!" Then he winked, and clutched his blanket. To see the kid just stand there and lie like that, denying everything so beautifully, made Zeus just roar with laughter....
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