2-6-08 - 13:04:00 Structure of the Theogony(I Epiphany of...

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06/02/2008 13:04:00 Structure of the Theogony (I) • Epiphany of the Muses (1-115) Muses came to him at Mt Helicon and gave him a wand which makes him a poet.  • Origins; Earth and its offspring (116-210) • Night and its offspring (211-232) Night is a goddess  • Sea, Nereids; Phorcys and Ceto, monsters; Oceanus and Tethys, Oceanids (233-371) • Sun, Moon, Dawn, Winds, Stars (372-383) last natural forces • Styx and Hecate-integrated by Zeus (384-455) Swear oaths by this river of Styxs Hecate is associated with witch craft and the underworld. In Hesoid she is  not associated with any of that. 7. Rhea tricks Kronos (Cronus), birth of Zeus (456-508) 8. Prometheus (509-620) 9. Zeus vs. Kronos/ Titanomachy (621-725) 10.Underworld (Tartarus and Night) (726-825)
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11. Typhoios/Typhon (826-885) 12. Reign of Zeus, list of wives (886-934)
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