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Intro to Mythology Study Outline – Midterm II 1. Visions of Death – the underworld - M&L pp. 349-376 - descent into underworld of Odysseus (M&L pp. 349 – 355) - descent of Aeneas into underworld by Virgil (M&L pp. 361-371) - Plato’s myth of ER (M&L pp.355 – 361) Know the stories of the punishments of Tantalus, Sisyphus and Tityus. 2. Orpheus Myth of Orpheus and Eurydice (M&L pp. 377-381) Orpheus as poet and musician (M&L pp. 381-385) 3. The Trojan War Be familiar with the causes of the Trojan war and the account of the war in the Iliad in the books assigned. In particular you must know who the following characters are (see M&L 466-485): Helen Clytemnestra Menelaus Agamemnon Priam Hecuba Andromache Astyanax Paris Hector Achilles Epeus Diomedes Protesilaus Diomedes Nestor Ajax the Great Ajax the Less Odysseus Patroclus Cassandra Aeneas Glaucus
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Sarpedon Antenor Chryses Chryseis Briseis I also expect you to be particularly aware of the myth of the judgement of Paris, leading up to the Trojan war. Consider also the following questions in reviewing material
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