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Unformatted text preview: ii. Zeuss conflict with Kronos iii. Prometheus and Zeus iv. Hesiods views on WOMAN 1. women = suffering 2. A beautiful evil 3. He likens women to drone bees a. Sitting in hive plotting b. Large bellies eat everything others bring home v. Zeuss war with the Titans Part 2 of conflict with Kronos 1. Zeus uses diplomacy 2. Zeus as a warrior vi. Zeuss Battle with Typhoeus vii.Zeuss marriages, the consolidation of rule and the end of generational conflict 1. Marriages with goddesses a. Metis i. wisdom ii. Child Athene b. Themis i. natural law ii. Children 1. Eunomia Lawfulness 2. Dike Justice 3. Moirai Fates c. Demeter i. Child Persephone d. Mnemosyne i. Children Muses e. Leto i. Children 1. Apollo 2. Artemis f. Hera g. Maia i. Child Hermes 2. Marriages with mortals a. Semele i. Child Dionysus b. Alkmene i. Child Herakles...
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course MYTH 215 taught by Professor Larson during the Fall '08 term at Bucknell.
- Fall '08