CL 222 EXAM 3 REVIEW

CL 222 EXAM 3 REVIEW - EXAM 3 REVIEW 1 Hellish Punishments...

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EXAM 3 REVIEW 1. Hellish Punishments a. Tantalus i. Turns his son into stew and he serves him to the gods. He is now stuck in a pot of boiling hot water and when he tries to drink the water, it recedes and he is dying of thirst. b. Sisyphus i. Never received a proper burial from his wife, so he never entered hell. As a result, when he died again, he must push a boulder up a hill but the boulder always rolls back down. c. Danaid Sisters i. Killed their husbands. Must fill a bathtub with water using traditional marriage vases, however, the bathtub will never be full. 2. More Hell a. Cerberus i. Three headed guard dog of the underworld. Keeps souls in by barking at them. b. What caused Vergil's vision of the underworld to be more optimistic than that of Homer? a) mystery religions c. Charon i. Gate keeper of the underworld; ferries new souls to hell ii. He makes people wait 100 years to enter the underworld if they do not receive a proper burial. d. What did Deiphobus look like when Aeneas saw him? He bore the marks of mutilation at the hands of Helen. Cuts on face, nose cut off. e. River Lethe i. After you drink from the river souls forget their former lives f.
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