Question 26 1 1 pts jungian myth theory asserts that

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Question 26 1 / 1 pts Jungian myth theory asserts that myths are not universal because they are a manifestation of local cultural and psychological matrices. True False Jung believed that myths were universal because they are a representation of mankind's shared psychological makeup, regardless of local custom.
Question 27 1 / 1 pts In Ovid, Apollo is the moon god.
Question 28 1 / 1 pts This is a female figure in the woods. She has just shot a deer with her bow and arrow. Who is depicted in this painting?
Question 29 1 / 1 pts Literally, "mythology" is:
UnansweredQuestion 30 0 / 1 pts Based on our lectures, who lived on the Russian steppe ? Indo-Europeans Scythians Celts Etruscans Aryans The Indo-Europeans were the horseman warriors who spread all over Europe and parts of Asia and through whom most European and other non-European languages (e.g., Sanskrit, Persian, Hittite) came about.
Question 31 1 / 1 pts A bearded figure stands, wearing a petasos, holding a caduceus; in his right hand is a tall staff belonging to the other (seated) figure in the image, and represents the seated figure’s domain. The standing male watches the seated figure pull a baby from his thigh. Study the image. Who is the figure standing on the right?
IncorrectQuestion 32 0 / 1 pts
A woman is being courted by a beautiful bull. Who is the woman in this vase painting?
Question 33 1 / 1 pts What is a kerukeion?
Question 34 1 / 1 pts Zeus gave birth to two children. Who are they? Demeter Dionysus Atlas Epimetheus
Artemis Apollo Athena Eros Aprhodite Metis Dionysus out of his thigh; Athena out of his skull. IncorrectQuestion 35 0 / 1 pts According to Freud, the Superego is best understood as:

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