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9/15 Test week from Friday- advice- reproduced map We covered the 6 oldest gods (3 brothers and 3 sisters) Covered top part of map, starting to go through bottom (children of Zeus) Apollo/Phoebus Not one area (other gods have one main importance) Apollo was the god of “imaginative culture” Associated With: Rational thought The arts (poetry and music)—muses also (Apollo often associated with them) Prophecy, divination, oracles- ability to see future Healing and medicine- sons are more associated with this, but he’s The Sun- Helios had it, Apollo eventually takes over responsibility His sister associated with moon (see organic composition here) Iconography Youthful, un-bearded, long and curly hair (styled) Bow, arrows, quiver (strap or case) Laurel wreath- be able to compare wreathes Lyre (U shaped instrument) Unclothed a lot- associated with athletics and male beauty Homeric Hymn -for Apollo Apollo shows up in Iliad, but more concerned with his origin Double hymn- 2 put together Already heard about Hera- can file story under Apollo and Hera Leto/Latona (maybe Titan)- immortal Leto had affair with Zeus, Hera persecutes her by not being able to give birth Plays into theme of Hera’s anger First part of hymn is about that Delos the island, used to be Ortegia after another rapee
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