CLCS_335_Test_2_Review_10_15_08

CLCS_335_Test_2_Review_10_15_08 - CLCS 335 Test 2 Review...

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CLCS 335 Test 2 Review 10/15/08 CLCS 335 Classical Mythology Test 2 Review Guide Updates: 1.10 kouros Test 2 (Thursday, 16 October 8-9pm) will be a combination of multiple choice and T/F questions based on both assigned readings and class lectures. You should be familiar with the meaning and also the significance of the following names, terms, and issues. (Note that asterisks mark divine epithets.) NOTE: This list may be further edited up to one week prior to Test 2. I might delete (or even add) terms, depending on issues raised in class. Please be sure to check this page a few times before the test. All updates will be marked in red. Actaeon Artemis story male hunter voyeur is turned into a stag and killed by own dogs because he saw Artemis naked aegis (breastplate) Amphidromia anangkê (necessity) Poseidon raw, brutal, natural forces horses fear of experience opposite to Athena Poseidon puts you in the choke-hold, Athena gives you the tools to get out of it sea vs ship anthropomorphism Aphrodite Apollo apotropaic turning away
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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 University-West Lafayette.

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