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Greek and Roman Myth Sept. 26, 2011 1
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Outline Gods and mortals Zeus Apollo Mortals and gods Aphrodite Eos/Selene Adonia 2
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Notes on Ovid Transitions via minor characters or details Stories overlap books Inset stories (told by characters not main narrator) References to Rome: [O Laurel] You will adorn great Roman generals When every voice cries out in joyful triumph Along the route up to the Capitol; You will protect the portals of Augustus, Guarding, on either side, his crown of oak. 3
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Gods and Mortals “Rejoice, woman, in this love; as the year comes round you will bear splendid children, since not in vain are the beds of the immortals.” Poseidon to Tyro, Odyssey 11.248-50 4 Danae and ‘Zeus’ 490-480 BCE
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Zeus in Love Partners of Zeus Europa Io Leda Danae Ganymede Alcmena Semele And many many more! 5
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Temple decoratio n from c. 560 BCE Seliunte (Greek colony on Sicily) 6
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1st century CE Roman wall painting from Temple of Isis in Pompeii 7
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from c. 370 BCE 8
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