Greek Mythology 14 Dionysus and Pan

Greek Mythology 14 Dionysus and Pan - Dionysus and...

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Dionysus and Pan Divinity and Transformation
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Dionysus Son of Zeus and Semele Primary attribute is the Kantharos
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God of Wine Companions are satyrs and maenads
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Maenads Ecstatic women Often carry the thyrsus
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Psykers
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Psykters
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Dionysus ‘The God who Comes’ Semele appears to be a character of eastern origin Names appears to be Phrygian
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Making Wine
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Dionysus and Theater
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Theatrical Masks
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Eye Cups
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Other attributes Grape vines Leopard skin Exekias kylix Dionysus and the Etruscan Pirates
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Dionysus and Midas Silenus
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Story of Pentheus King of Thebes, grandson of Cadmus Son of Agave Nephew of Ino and Autonoë
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sparagmos Dionysian ritual wherein a living animal is torn apart by drunken, ecstatic worshippers Omophagia Eating raw flesh Dionysus Omophagios
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Unformatted text preview: Dionysus and Transformation Shamanism • Member of the Nightshade family – Closely related to tobacco Pan • God of natural spaces, shepherds, flocks and rustic music • Pan Aegocerus – Pan of the Goat Horns – Paein • To pasture Pan and Echo – Nymph • Great singer and dancer, but rejected men • Pan orders his followers to tear her apart – Gaia receives her and allows her voice to remain within the world • Pan – Closely associated with Dionysus and clearly closely linked with the idea of satyrs • Possibly grows out of the cult of Dionysus, but remains deeply interconnected to rural spaces in a way that Dionysus does not • Pan and Panic • Similar relationship to transformative states...
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This note was uploaded on 03/27/2012 for the course CLASSICS 122 taught by Professor Smith during the Spring '12 term at UMass (Amherst).

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Greek Mythology 14 Dionysus and Pan - Dionysus and...

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