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Unformatted text preview: ice Created: Sep 29, 2013 12:37 PM Chaos in Hesiod's Theogony means: A. B. C. D. E. Void Swerve Disorder Collision Love Answer Key: A Multiple Choice Created: Sep 29, 2013 12:37 PM Who came out victorious in the Titanomachy? A. B. C. D. The Titans The Olympians The Cyclopes The Giants Answer Key: B Multiple Choice Created: Sep 29, 2013 12:37 PM Who f ound and gave the thunder and lightening-bolt to Zeus? A. B. C. D. The Hecatonchires Hephaestus The Cyclopes The Titans The Titans Answer Key: C Feedback Please be sure to review Hesiod's Theogony. In particular, you should be able to detect which creatures are important. The Cyclopes are very important because they are among the f orces of darkness that Zeus employs to def eat the Titans, Typhon, and the Giants. The lesson, in other words, is to see how Zeus, as one of the f orces of light, also deplys the f orces of darkness to overcome darkness itself and establish a just and right rule in the universe. The theme of a creator god who overcomes the f orces of darkness returns in the Bible, the Enuma Elish, Ovid, and other creation stories. Heracles, too, as the son of Zeus will f ight against the monsters and be an example to humankind in Multiple Choice Created: Sep 29, 2013 12:37 PM opposing monsters and darkness to f ight f or what is just. Heracles' compensation f or his labors will be eternal lif e at the side of his f ather, Zeus. This theme of eternal lif e as compensation f or labors on earth is Whichmge didoHesiod rlal eengions. f a a iliar f r m seve iv r ili ? A. B. C. D. E. Age of gold. Age of silver. Age of bronze. Age of heroes. A g e o f i ro n . Answer Key: E Return CTools Gateway Contact Us / Sugges tions M ichigan The Sakai Pr oject ITS Teaching & Lear ning Acknowled gments Univ er s ity of Cop y r ight © 2003 - 2013, the R egents of The Univ er s ity of M ichigan CTools - 2.9I_ 129458 - 35 - Sakai 2.9.2 (Ker nel ctools -1.3.2)- Ser v er tav er a N T i il Oonpe Mpmb er o juuge m zs f s e s p e ent gomgnsiueerusp res erntsp an:el Uoertent C tn s T iools S s es My Workspace M+Google ▾ LATIN 801 001 F13 CLCIV 385 001 F13 LATIN 506 001 W13 CLCIV 217 001 W13 L ogou t Facult y Business Classical St udies Facult y Allies More Sit es CLCIV 385 001 F13: T es t Center Test Center Gradebook Textbooks Assessments | Question Pools | Help Grading | Test Drive Preview Questions Return i>clicker Syllabus Multiple Choice Created: Sep 29, 2013 12:37 PM Assignments Hesiod ref ers to the f emale deity Strif e (Eris) as “not an only child” because: Email Archive A. Academic Integrity Resources B. Piazza Site Inf o C. Help D. E. Strif e can be positive and inspire love or negative and inspire anger. Strif e’s mother had many other children by Zeus. Strif e can be positive and inspire emulation, or negative and inspire envy. Strif e has a sister named Envy. Hesiod is envious that Strif e has many siblings. Answer Key: C Multiple Choice Created: Sep 29, 2013 12:37 PM Which of the f ollowing is not one of the “Five Monolithic Theories” of myth according...
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