6-1-11 - The Second Cataract of the Nile A Death in Memphis...

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The Second Cataract of the Nile
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A Death in Memphis The history of Thyamis and Arsake (160) - Parallel with Cnemon's story Arsake falls in love with Theagenes and Thyamis (162) The reunion of Thyamis, Petosiris, and Calasiris (164) The reunion of Charikleia and Theagenes Arsake's misinterpretation of Charikleia (170) Calasiris dies. ...of old age? Of exertion? Of happiness? (170) - Loss of their last protector
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Not Having Sex The double danger of Cybele's origin (173) - From Sestos, a colony of Lesbos Theagenes' deceitful autobiography (174) - The necessity of his various lies Cybele's son, Achaimenes, and his own plots (176) Theagenes' meeting with Arsake: not according to plan (179) Theagenes' willful misinterpretation of Cybele's innuendoes (181)
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Plots within Plots within. .. Arsake finally gets furious with Cybele, and Achaimenes reveals his secret info (184) - Theagenes and Charikleia are now slaves Charikleia suggests that Theagenes has sex with
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This note was uploaded on 12/26/2011 for the course CLASSICS 101 taught by Professor Benjaminmcclosky during the Spring '11 term at Ohio State.

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6-1-11 - The Second Cataract of the Nile A Death in Memphis...

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