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Greek and Roman Myth Sept. 21, 2011 1
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Outline Review Female Olympians Homeric Hymn to Demeter Mysteries of Eleusis Ritual approach to Myth I 2
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Ingres, 1811 3
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Walter Crane, 1892 4
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Apollo Theater in New York 5
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Classics Crocodile 6
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Paint commercial 7
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Doritos 8
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Female Olympians 9
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Of Hera I sing, the golden-throned, … The sister and the bride of loud- thundering Zeus, the lady renowned…HH 12 10 Plaque from temple decoration in Selinus (Sicily) c. 460 BCE
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Of Pallas Athena, the goddess savior of cities, I begin to sing, dread, who with Ares takes care of the works of war… HH 11 11 Panathenaic prize vase for chariot racing c. 490 BCE
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Of Pallas Athena, renowned goddess, I begin to sing, of the gray-eyed, the wise, her of the relentless heart, the maiden revered… HH 28 12 c. 450-400; Athena with Jason wearing her aegis with
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I shall sing of Aphrodite, the golden-crowned, the beautiful, who has for her portion the mountain crests of sea-girt Cyprus. HH6 c. 400 BCE 13
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Roman copies of Greek originals: Aphrodite bathing and drying her hair 14
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Venus by Bananarama 15
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Sing, Muse of Artemis, the sister of the Far-darter, the archer maiden, fellow nursling with 16 c. 480 BCE Athens
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Artemis of Ephesus and Artemis Potnia theron (Mistress of wild animals) 17 Then tremble the crests of the lofty mountains, and terribly the dark
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