RoAG-9-14 - , Works and Days Gods in Homer and Hesiod o...

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New Beginnings Time Period o (1190-1020) LHIIC – Submycenaean o (1020-900) Dark Ages o (900-700) Geometric o (700-600) Orientalizing o Urbanization o Foreign Contacts o Representational Art o Alphabetic Writing o Literature o Formalized Sacred Space Sanctuaries, Votives, and Hero Cults Homer o Fl. 750-720 B.C. o Oral poetic composition o Written down by at least mid-6 th century o Iliad, Odyssey Hesiod o End of 8 th century B.C. o Written Composition o Theogony (a poem about the birth of the gods)
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Unformatted text preview: , Works and Days Gods in Homer and Hesiod o First Generation Chaos/Chasm, Earth/Gaea, Tartarus, Love/Eros Uranus + Gaea (They gave birth to the Titans) o Second Generation Titans (Kronos), Cyclopes, Hundred-Handers/Hecatonchires Kronos + Rhea (They gave birth to the Olympian gods) o Third Generation (Gods) Hestia, Hera, Demeter, Hades, Poseidon, Zeus Alternate Traditions o Panhellenism...
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This note was uploaded on 09/29/2011 for the course CLST 241 taught by Professor Gawlinski during the Spring '10 term at Loyola Chicago.

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