Midterm Review - Greek Tragedy

Midterm Review - Greek Tragedy - TERMS and NAMES to review...

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TERMS and NAMES to review – GREEK TRAGEDY History : Bronze Age 300-1150 BCE Minoans, King Minos, Knossos, Minotaur, Pasiphae, Daidalos Myceneans, Mycenae Dark Age 1150-800 Athens, democracy, Solon, Peisistratos, Cleisthenes, Areopagus, Persian Wars, Delian League, Peloponnesian War, Pericles Gods : Gaia Ouranos Titans, Kronos, Rhea, Erinyes, Aphrodite Demeter Poseidon Hades/Pluto Hera Zeus Metis, Athena Demeter, Persephone Leto, Apollo, Artemis Hermes Ares Hephaistos Semele, Dionysus Dionysus and the Theater : Sparagmos Omophagia Maenads, ekstasis, satyrs City Dionysia
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Dithyramb Tragedy (goat song), satyr play Thespis (first actor, first mask) Hypokrites (actor) Meter: iambic trimeter, lyric meters Kommos Theatron Orchestra Skene, skenographia (scene painting) Stage equipment: mechane, ekkyklema Chorus Audience (who attended the plays?) Components of a tragedy: prologos (opening), parodos/eisodos (entry song of chorus), epeisodion (act/scene), stasimon (choral ode), exodus (end) Aeschylus
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