IDs and Themes study guide, Midterm II

IDs and Themes study guide, Midterm II - CC 303: Study...

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CC 303: Study Guide for Midterm II (Lectures 10-17) I. ID’s and Concepts from Lectures Pan-Hellenic vs. local myths Theseus Plutarch Aethra athloi Periphetes Sinis The Crommyan Sow Scyron Cercyon Procrustes The Bull of Marathon Aegeus Minotaur Ariadne Antiope Amazonomachy Areopagus Pirithous Centauromachy Calydonian Boar hunt The Ship of Theseus The Bones of Theseus Oedipus Laius Jocasta The curses on the Theban royal house Chrysippus Sophocles Tiresias The Oath of Plataea The meanings of Oedipus’ name oikos vs. polis hoplite warfare vs. Homeric warfare Eteocles Polynices Adrastus Tydeus Aeschylus Alternate ending of Seven against Thebes Shield devices Melanippus Phoenician Women
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Oligarchic Revolution at Athens Kreon/Creon Antigone Ismene Haemon Niobe Menoeceus hybris rules of war in Ancient Greece Suppliant Women Ode to Man Athenian Ephebic Oath Battle of Delion Aeschylus’ Eleusinians Epigonoi kleos Gorgon Scylla Charybdis Chthonic Apotropaeic Gorgoneion Semonides’ 10 types of wives
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