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The Trick at Mecone (Sicyon) o Sacrificial custom- Prometheus hides the good meet in the stomach and the bad stuff in the good cuts o Reaction of Zeus- Zeus finds out but he doesn’t act out in rage, he punished Prometheus by taking away fire from man o Prometheus’ Theft- he steals fire back, and hides it inside a fennel stock. Punishment of Prometheus o He is chained up on top of a mountain and one of the sacred animals of Zeus (an Eagle) is sent to rest of Prometheus and eat his Liver every day, o Gift of Prometheus Aeschylus – Prometheus Bound Taught man to be civilized, basically everything that seperates us from animals. Punishment of Humans o Pandora Prometheus’ warning to Epimetheus- tells him don’t except
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Unformatted text preview: anything that Zeus or any Olympians gives you. Hephaestus, Athena, Aphrodite, Hermes. Hermes comes and gives Epimetheus Pandora to give to man. Pandoras jar (Box) Aetiology of the myth Hesiods view of women Prometheus in the Romantic period o He experienced a revival in his myth during this time. o Frankenstein is a good example of this theology during this time. o Gerta described the god of unrelenting in the face of tyranny, as did Byran Five Races (Ages) of Man o Golden Race- first race of man, lived during Cronus Blessed and happy until death They have no ills Guardian spirits upon death- dimonts...
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This note was uploaded on 01/15/2012 for the course CLT 4451 taught by Professor Andrewnichols during the Fall '11 term at University of Florida.

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