CLCS_335_Lecture_10_29_08

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CLCS 335 Lecture 10/29/08 Blackboard is down: web.ics.purdue.edu/~kdickson/335f2k8sched.html Herakles cosmogonic battle  Typhoeus offspring  death  Geryon  Alcestis  Cerberus  split nature  xenia  protects  violates  Perseus  Bronze Age Greece  twins: Acrisius and Proetus  have fist fights in mother's womb  Acrisius has a daughter, Danae  hears that she will have a son that will destroy him  locks Danae up in a chamber  Zeus impregnates her  keeps secret from Acrisius  gives birth to Perseus  exiles both Danae and Perseus out of the kingdom  both put in a box and are thrown into the ocean  Polydectes and Dictys  polydectes: receiver of many  epithet of Hades dictys: net man  Polydectes wants to marry Danae  Perseus objects  so he sends him on an impossible mission 
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This note was uploaded on 04/11/2011 for the course CLCS 335 taught by Professor Keithdickson during the Fall '08 term at Purdue.

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