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Greek and Roman Myth Sept. 19, 2011 1
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Outline Reading Greek vase paintings Male Olympians and attributes Zeus Poseidon Ares Hephaestus Homeric Hymn to Apollo Homeric Hymn to Hermes 2
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Red vs. black figure: bilingual vase, c. 530 BCE 3
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White background Lekythos c. 440 BCE 4
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5 Epimetheus and Pandora, 5th Century BCE Athenian vase
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6 Typical storage vessels Amphoras Neck amphoras Hydria Lekythoi
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7 Vessels for pouring and mixing wine Oinochoai Kraters
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8 Cups
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10 Zeus and his eagle c. 570 BCE “Of Zeus will I sing, the best and the greatest of the gods, the far- beholding lord who brings all to an end” HH23
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11 Zeus on throne with thunderbolt, c. 520 BCE
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12 Poseidon (with Nike) c. 480 BCE “Concerning Poseidon, a great god, I begin to sing, the shaker of the land and of the unharvested sea, god of the deep…the gods have given you a double portion of honor, O shaker of the earth, to be tamer of horses and savior of ships.” HH22
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Poseidon closeup 13
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14 Ares with Aphrodite c. 540 BCE: “Ares, you who excel in might, you lord of the chariot of war, god of the golden helm, you mighty of heart, you shield bearer, you safety of cities, you who strikes in armor, strong of hand and a valiant spearman unwearied…” HH8
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15 Hephaestus and Thetis, c. 490 BCE “Sing, clear- voiced Muses, of Hephaistos renowned in craft, who with grey-eyed Ahena taught fine works to men on earth” HH20
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16 Dionysus and Hephaestus Archaic Italian
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Apollo's various provinces Music Prophecy Archery
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