Greek Myth pt.2

Greek Myth pt.2 - Punishments Myths 3/25/2008 12:58:00 PM...

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Punishments Myths 19:58 Hubris: Presumption, arrogance Mortals challenge Gods or attempt Super-human feats Ate: Blind cluelessness Madness sent own by the Gods Leads to acts of stupidity Nemesis: Punishment Inevitable outcome of hubris Goddess of retribution o The furies help Nemesis Chase down criminals esp. murderers of family Fear of Punishment Makes people avoid Hubris Salmoneus : Pretends to be Zeus. Claims divine honors Gets sent to Tartaros o Maximum security in Hades Daedalus : Master craftsman King Mius wife, Pasiphee goes to him and make a cow costume has sex with  a bull Offspring of Pasiphae and bull is the Minotaur o Terrorizes all of the Island of Crete King Minus asks Daedalus to create a maze o Makes the labyrinth
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Minotaur later killed by Theseus Makes wings or him and son Icarus
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