Final Review CL 40 W10-1

Final Review CL 40 W10-1 - Hesiod: Aphrodite (Theogony)...

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Hesiod: Aphrodite – (Theogony) foam-born goddess from sea w/ Ouranos’ genitals; grew out of aphros, foam Apollon – (Theogony) nurture men throughout the earth; child of Zeus and Leto (Theogony) arrow-shooting; child comelier than all the other sky-dwellers Ares – ( Theogony) sacker of cities, force men to flee in disorder from the thick array of battle Artemis – child of Zeus and Leto (Theogony) arrow-shooting; child comelier than all the other sky-dwellers Athena – (Theogony) leader of the war host; born from Zeus’ head; weariless leader of armies, greaded and mighty goddess, who stires men to battle and is thrilled by the clas of arms Atlas – (Theogony) son of invincible spirit, child of Iapetos and Klymene; supports the broad sky on his head and unwearying arms, at the earth’s lmits Chaos –(Theogony ) first born Chimaira – (Theogony); might, dreadful, huge, fleet-footed, who breathed forth a ceaseless stream of fire; had three heads, one of a glowering lion, another of a goat, and yet another of a savage dragon; her front was a lion, her back a dragon and her middle a goat, she breathed for an awesome stream of gleaming fire; killed by Pegasos and Bellerophon Crete – (Theogony) rich land where Rheia gave birth to Zeus Cyprus – (Theogony) sea- girt Demeter – ( Theogony) Pheia and Kronos’ offspring Dike (Justice) – (Works and Days) maiden and daughter of Zeus; gods respect her noble title; whenever men mistreat her through false charges she rushes to sit at the feet of Zeus and denounces the designs of men who are not just so that people pay for their wrongs Eleusis – (Theogony) demi-goddess, heroine or nymph of the town of Eleusis. She was one of the attendants of the goddess Demeter in the Eleusinian Mysteries. Eos–( Theogony) child of Theia and Hyperion; brings light to all the mortals of this earth and to the immortal gods who rule the wide sky w/ Helios and Selene; brought forth the dawn star; aka Dawn Erebos – (Theogony) given birth to by Chaos Eris (Strife) Eros – 4 th born; fairest of the deathless gods (Theogony); unstrings the limbs and subdues both mind and sensible thought in the breasts of all gods and all men Fates – (Theogony) bore to Zeus and Themis; Zeus allotted high honors to Furies – (Theogony) child of Gaia; w/ immense armor and holding long spears Gaia – Earth broad- breasted, firm seat of all immortals2nd to be born (Theogony) Graces – (Theogony) children of Eurynome and Zeus; all fair-cheeked: Aglaia, Euphrosyne, and Thalia; gave Pandora golden necklaces to wear Hades – (Theogony) child of Pehia and Kronos; whose heart knows no mercy in his subterranean dwelling Hekate – ( Theogony) Zeus honored above all; gave her gifts and a share of the earth and barren sea; she can greatly aid a man if she wants Helikon – the great god haunted mountain (Theogony) Helios –(Theogony) child of Theia and Hyperion; brings light to all the mortals of this earth and
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This note was uploaded on 11/15/2010 for the course CLASSICS 40 taught by Professor Erickson during the Winter '07 term at UCSB.

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Final Review CL 40 W10-1 - Hesiod: Aphrodite (Theogony)...

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