09-01_Alexander_Classics 121

09-01_Alexander_Classics 121 - o Julian the Apostate...

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Troy o Myth-history Achilles – Patroclus Troy (Ilium) Alexander the Great Ascended the throne when Phillip of Macedonia died Set off into the east and get to the NW of India Left settlements all over Asia Hephaestion Heracles and Achilles Alexander claimed both as ancestors Protestilaos o First person to land should be killed Zeus Herkeios Priam and his grandson was killed Troy is done (Priam is dead on the altar of Zeus) Alexander took down the shield of Achilles and replaced it with his Was given the chance to play the lyre the Paris but refused o Trojan War was a very real event in the mind of the Greeks
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Unformatted text preview: o Julian the Apostate Visited Troy and wrote a letter to one of his friends • Persia invaded Greece twice o Failed both times • Terracotta o Menelaion o Woman terracotta o Deduce the finds the presence of a shrine of some kin within the Mansion complex • Bronze votive offering • Found a statue base • People come to sanctuary to make sacrifices o Jars o Pendants o Mouse • Scepter o Kept in a special room o Made by Hephaestus, and handed from Father to son to finally Agamemnon • •...
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