Final ID Terms

Final ID Terms - Key Terms Knemon 9/4/2007 12:37:00 PM is a...

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Key Terms 04/09/2007 14:37:00 Knemon is a Peasant in the play Old Cantankerous . He is a hard working man that thinks aristocrats are lazy and no good. He works on his farm like a hermit. And doesn’t care about anyone but him self. Peasants are agricultural workers. People that produce the agricultural products that are consume by themselves and the Polis. Took about 90 people to feed 100. Every 100 people 90 of them were peasants. Chora the productive land that surrounded the polis. 10 miles or more that surrounded the polis. Old Cantankerous takes place in the Chora. Kyrios Is the lead male in a family, wither the husband or father or master in a house hold Examples: knemon is the kyrios in this house hold Parasite An aristocrat but has fallen on hard times. Could of lost all his money by his fathers shipping disaster. Some one who is Out of funds Example: Aristocrats who didn’t have money became parasites to other aristocrats Sikon Is a slave but a particular kind of slave with special abilities. Example is a mageiros:
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o trained slave that will do three things sacrifice the animal cuts the animal up so he is a butcher and is also a cook the owner who owned sikon didn’t need him every day since they don’t eat meat everyday so they hired him out to others. he is used as the sacaficer cook for the pan shrinel Exposure leaving unwanted children either in the wilderness or at the city dump in hopes that possibaly some one else might want the child. If not they they would die. Lamon Goat Herder in Daphnis and Chloe. Goat trots off and is nursing a little infant boy that is dressed nicely. First instinct was to take the valuable belongings but decides to take up the boy and raise him and put him off as his own child by giving him a name, Daphnis Syntrophos trophos- “nourishmant”, a slave who is nourished with some one else. Typically with one of the aristocratic children. When an aristocratic child was born the midwife would tell the father what sex it was and the father would buy an infant the same sex (maybe with its mother) to raise it with the ariostrocratic child. Aristocratic Household In the polis, has an urban rual component, ( the mansion in the city and the lands in the chora) contains the immediate family (wfe and children), could also have random relatives, friends, friends of friends, parasites, the urban slaves who do random tasks, the male slaves.
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Eros the “winged boy” a human representation of love. Also portrayed as young an beautiful. Enjoys youth, beauty. Lampriskos THE TEACHER IN MIME 3: THE ELEMENTRY TEACHER Primary Curriculum. From 7 to 11, children learned to read, write, and arithmetic.
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This note was uploaded on 05/27/2008 for the course REL 121g taught by Professor Hock during the Spring '07 term at USC.

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