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Unformatted text preview: a.ii.1. Pelias and Neleus – children of Tyro and Poseidon b. Pelias b.i. Exile of Neleus b.ii. Aeson, half brother of Pelias c. Jason, son of Aeson c.i. Hidden at birth c.ii. Chiron the centaur d. Return of Jason d.i. Helped Hera d.ii. Oracle d.ii.1. One sandal – oracle said that Pelias would be dethroned from him. d.ii.2. Pelias’ response e. Argus e.i. The Argo e.i.1. Magical prow IV. The Voyage of the Argo a. The Argonauts a.i. Heracles; Orpheus; Castor and Pollux; The Boreads, sons of Boreas (the North wind); Telamon, the father of Ajax; Peleus, the father of Achilles V. The Early Adventures a. Lemnos a.i. Lemenian Women a.i.1. Neglect of Aphrodite a.i.2. Massacre b. Jason and Hipsipyle (Queen of Lemnian women) b.i. Male population b.ii. Broken promise c. The Doliones c.i. Warm welcome d. Heracles and Hylas...
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- Spring '12
- Greek Mythology, Argonauts, a.ii. Horse country, book epic poem, a.i. Lemenian Women