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Classical Mythology Lecture 26
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Euripides, Medea Jason and Medea in exile in Corinth Jason to marry d. of king Creon Creon banishes Medea for threats (287- 9) Aegeus offers refuge in Athens
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Euripides, Medea Children sent with robe and crown for Creon’s d. – This will persuade her to ask Creon to let them stay Gifts poisoned – They eat her flesh and Creon’s when he embraces
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Unformatted text preview: her Euripides, Medea • Now children must die: M. will kill them • Jason arrives • M. appears from above in chariot of grandfather Sun • Children to be buried in sanctuary of Hera – Annual festival • Jason will die hit by beam of Argo (1386f.) First century CE, from Pompeii c. 400...
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