Greek Mythology Flashcards

Terms Definitions
Gaea
Earth
zephyr
breeze
Earth
Gaia
Demeter
cornucopia
Hestias symbols
home
Cronos's wife
Rhea
Medusa
a jellyfish
Calypso
Queen of Ogygia
god of war
Ares
ares
god of war
Demeter/Ceres/Grain
Goddess of agriculture.
Eurynome
Penelope's house keeper
Uranus
god of heavens
Urania
muse of astronomy
Terpsichore
muse of dance
the sea
poseidon rules
Orpheus
husband of Eurydice
stepped on venomous snake
Eurydice
fennel
a licorish flavored herb
Arachnid
air-breathing arthropods characterized by simple eyes and four pairs of legs
Pasiphae
mother of the minotaur
arachnoid
resembling a spider web
Herculean
difficult, requiring greatest strength
Greek god of love
Eros
Night and Erebus had:
Love
Mortals
relating to human beings
Hubris
Over confidence, excessive pride
eminence
fame or recognized superiority
Grandchildren of Earth
Gods and goddesses
Athena
Gave Odysseus divine support throughout his career
The Trident
What is Poseidon's weapon?
Hera and Zeus' crippled son
Hephaestus
hephaestus' parents were
zeus and hera
valor
strength of mind or spirit
My symbol is a bull
Poseidon
Hestia
Goddess of home and hearth.
Aeson and who are borthers?
Pelias
Epimetheus
To whom Pandora was given
Whose symbol is an Anvil?
Hephaestus
atlas
a bound collection of maps.
River Styx
river between living and dead
balder's death was the first dissapointment to the norse gods; it was caused by
loki
Hades
Zeus's brother. Ruler of the underworld.married to Persephone. symbol: 3 headed dog Cerberus
Thisbe
Beautiful young girl of Babylon; returns Pyramus' love
Cybele
great mother godess of Phyrgia, followers castrated themselves
Zeus
God of the sky,King of Olympus
part of Prometheus' body that regenerated and was eaten by vultures repeatedly
liver
Cumean Sibyl
Author of the Sibylline books
ELECTRA (1)
daughter of AGAMEMNON and CLYTEMNESTRA, she and Orestes murdered Clytemnestra and Aegisthus
Attica
1,000 square mile promontory in southeast central Greece that formed the territory of the Athenian city-state; rugged terrain that yielded high-quality marble and potter's clay as well as silver and lead
eumenides
third part of Aeschylus' orestia, "Kindly Ones" (a euphemism for the Furies) Orestes pursued by the Furies seeks justice from Athena, who organzies a trial to determine his guilt, and casts the deciding vote in Orestes' favor
out of her crevices
narrow opening, crack
Hypnos
greek god of sleep, hypnosis, hypnotic
myths
tales of adventures of heroes-both real and imaginary-and of gods and goddesses of ancient Greek religion
Who is the god of war?
Ares
Fate who spins threads of youth
Clotho
Cimmerian
suggestive of a western people believed to dwell in perpetual darkness
Paris
Prince of Troy whose abducting of Helen eventually led to the Trojan War
Cerberus
The 3 headed, dragon-tailed dog who guards the Underworld
innovate
to be creative; to introduce something new. sentence: After reviewing the building, they decided that it was time to innovate some new ideas.
Graeae
gray women, one eye, one tooth, sisters to the Gorgons, Help Perseus
Momus
the god of satire, mockery, censure, writers, poets; a spirit of evil-spirited blame and unfair criticism.
Pan
satyr. playes panspipes. fell in love with echo. herdsmen loved and feared him. Lord of the wild
Nohbody
the name odysseus called himself to polyphemus.
Sisyphus
punishment: roll huge boulder to top of hill - boulder would fall
mortal weaver who challenged Athena to a weaving contest
Arachne
king who returned Silenus to Dionysus and was given ability to turn objects into gold
Midas
Centaurs
Savage creatures who were half man, half horse
Muse
somebody who is a source of inspiration to artists
Artemis
goddess of moon and hunting, symbol- crescent moon and arrow
Castor
Constillation named after him and his Twin Polyduces, Son of Leda and Tyndareüs; brother of Pollux; the other Dioscuri, on the Agro with Jason, in Euripides Electra
cyclops Polythemus
Odessyeus stabbed his eye out; Posiedon gotmad at Odessyeus; got his vision back
narcissus
any bulbous plant belonging to the genus Narcissus, of the amaryllis family, having showy yellow or white flowers with a cup-shaped corona.
Psyche
a personification of the soul, which in the form of a beautiful girl was loved by Eros
chthonian
of or pertaining to the deities, spirits, and other beings dwelling under the earth
chiron
a wise and beneficent centaur, teacher of Achilles, Asclepius, and others.
Hydra
Monster that grew more heads when one was cut off
Cronus
Titan who ate his children in fear they would overthrow him as he did to his father
Hecate
Name is now associated with voodoo and witchcraft
offspring of uranus and gaea who were enormous beings, ruled before the gods
Titans
Enlil
chief deity of the Sumerian myths, god of wind
The Furies
Hades servants who helped get pearls, winged-creatures.
Homer
-One of the four earliest writers of mythology.
-From Greece.
-Wrote the Iliad and the Odyssey.
Cella
the chief room of a Greek temple, where the statue of the god was located and, frequently, the temple's treasure was kept.
Countenance - n.
The expression of the face; APPEARANCE
Greek poet other than Homer-- he wrote about the origins of gods
Hesiod
Malinowski
British- try to relieve tnsion on not knowing
Apollo
Truth & Light; he ruled the sun, bringing summer and spring. he represented the ideal of good-hearted, handsome youth. He couldnt tell a lie. He fought the evil forces of the world, he adopted Delphi.
Who takes in laius when he leaves Thebes/
Pelops
Prometheus vs. Zeus
Explains the reason behind the portions of sacrifice in Greek ritual
Who saved the 5 brothers and sisters killed by Cronos?
Rhea
Pelops
Son of Tantulus, father of Atreus and Thyestes, his father chopped him up and tried to serve him to the gods, saved by the gods, became a kign
hera
the ancient Greek queen of heaven, a daughter of Cronus and Rhea and the wife and sister of Zeus.
Antigone
a daughter of Oedipus who defied her uncle, King Creon, by performing funeral rites over her brother and condemned to be immured alive in a cave
cornucopia
a horn containing food or drink in endless supply, said to have been a horn of the goat Amalthaea
oracle
person or thing serving as an agency of divine communication
Linus
a musician and poet, the inventor of melody and rhythm often identified with the harvesting or withering of crops and vegetation
Poseidon
God of the sea who waged war against the Titans with his brothers
Who is Sinon?
the greek who convinced the Trojans that the greeks have left Troy and surrender
The odyssey
An ancient Greek epic by Homer that recounts the adventures of Odysseus during his return from the war in Troy to his home in the Greek island of Ithaca.
Adroitly - adv.
Done in a SKILLFUL, resourceful, or ingenious way
Pain, Panic, Famine, and Oblivion
life threatening shortage of food
Who sings argus to sleep so the cow can get away?
hermes
goat men; homes in wild places of earth
The Satyrs
Odysseus
king of Ithaca, one of the heroes of the Iliad and protagonist of the Odyssey, also shrewdest of the Greek leaders in the Trojan War
Eros (Cupid)
[G] The god of erotic love and child of Aphrodite
Pandora (and her box)
opened the box because of her curiosity
What did Prometheus do to anger Zeus?
gave fire to men
The king of the gods, and the god of the sky and thunder.
Zeus
Minotaur
a monster that had the head of a bull on the body of a man housed in the Cretan Labyrinth, it was fed on human flesh until Theseus killed it
Athena vs. Poseidon
Cecrops had to pick which of these two gods were better; one gave water; and the other gave olive branch; he chose the one that gave the olive branch
Daedaus & Icarus
use wings to get out of jail;son flies too close to the sun and dies even after dad says not to; LISTEN TO YOUR PARENTS!!!
drops of milk hera shead while thrusting heracles off her breast is...
the origin of the milky way
What did curetes do when Zeus cried?
They would clash their two spears together so that Cornus wouldn't hear
How was the fourth race of monsters created?
giants sprang up from Titan Cronus' blood
For lying and trying to kill Theseus
Why were the ship captain and his crew hanged, in the mythological story of Theseus?
Mnemnosyne
memory
air
Aether
day
radient
Founded Rome
Aeneas
fairytales
illiad resembles...
Chaos had:
Night
Erebus
Perseus
kills meduca
Dionysus
Known as Liber
loathsome
Garbage is disgusting!
Caerus
God of luck
Clytie
Becomes a sunflower
Hera Juno
Marriage protector
Martial
related to war
Calliope
muse of poetry
Who torments phineus?
Harpies
Artimis
Goddess of Hunt
Muse of history
Clio
Hermes (symbol)
caduceus, winged hat
drink of the gods
nectar
Hermes
Winged cap, winged sandals
myrmidon
obedient and unquestioning follower
Posiedon
God of the Sea.
Animosity - n.
Active HATRED
Plume
Hair on helmet; feathers.
God of the Underworld
Hades
Centaur
Half horse half man
Persephone
Queen of Underworld-daughter of Zeus
Who was Cronus's wife?
Rhea-his sister/queen
The Graces
Aglaia, Euphrosyne, and Thalia
Circe
The beautiful witch-goddess who transforms Odysseus's crew into swine when he lands on her island. With Hermes' help, Odysseus resists Circe's powers and then becomes her lover, living in luxury at her side for a year.
what is hestia's roman name
vesta
another name for Gaea
Mother Earth
Janus
Roman god of good beginnings
The sky
What did Zeus rule?
who suggests a wooden horse?
odysseus
Who is Aphrodite jealous of?
Psyche
Hercules
a celebrated hero possessing exceptional strength: among his many adventures were the twelve labors performed in order to gain immortality
Hephaestus
God of the forge
Roman Name: Vulcan
symbols: metal, and fire
something intresting: he was VERY UGLY!!!! but he was married to the most beutiful (she cheated on him for ares)
odin mysteriously gains knowledge of the
runes
Heracles
great hero who accomplished 12 impossible tasks; son of Zeus; also called Hercules
Orestes
Clytemnestra's son who kills his mother to revenge his father's death.
god of fire, forge, metal working
Hephaestus
what animal did poseidon create?
horse (stallion)
hippodamia
wife of Pelops, mother of Thyestes/Atreus. Centaurmachy occured at her wedding and they tried to rape her at the altar.
Erebus
place in hades, personification of dark and shadows
w n e
Zephyrus Boreay notus winds
who are atreus' sons?
Agamemnon and Menelaus
Helle
Daughter of Athamas, twins with Phrixus nearly sacrificed by his father, taken to Colchis by a golden ram (golden fleece) that appeared at the last moment
Vladimir Propp
Wrote The Morphology of the Folktale
Charon
ferryman who carries the dead across the river Styx to Hades
Trod
V.- to have walked or trampled on
choral song
sang/narrated and danced during Greek plays
Museum
a place where objects are exhibited, muse, inspire
Telemachus
Son of Odysseus, heir to Odysseus; helps kill the suitors.
Echo
nyph spurned by Narcissus and pined away only till voice remained
Acquiese - v.
To GIVE IN without protest
daughter locked in tower by King Acrisius out of fear a child of hers would kill him
Danae
Aulis
port city near Athens where Greek fleet gathers before leaving for Troy
Penelope
cousin of Helen, married to Odysseus, faithful one
deft
adj , quick and skillful in movement
Who brings Hephasteus back after he gives hera the silver chair?
Dionysus
Minos
King of Crete. Every year sacrifices the best bull to Poseidon but one year the bull is so perfect he hides it from Poseidon and Minos's daughter loves it and becomes pregnant with its baby and as a result has the Minotaur.
Procne
Sister of Philomela, wife of Tereus and mother of Itys, cooks her child Itys to get back at her husband Tereus for rapping her sister
Etiology
aspect of myth that explains the origin of a fact or custom. origin myths, why sky is blue, etc.
Helen
the beautiful daughter of Zeus and Leda and wife of Menelaus whose abduction by Paris was the cause of the Trojan War
Aphrodite
Was born from the severed genitals of Uranus
Son of Zeus and Maia who stole Apollo's cows
Hermes
autochthony
mortals who have sprung up from the earth-Amphictyon in Attica
cupid
has arrows that can make people love and hate
The Fates
the 3 godesses that controlled the life span, or the fate of every person
Eurcleia
the old nurse and servant of odysseus that first recognized him. Odysseus confindes in her
Cicones
people who lived on the coast of Thrace and were attacked by Odysseus' men on their way home from Troy
Irresolute - adj.
Unsure of how to act; INDECISIVE
Argos
Hera's 100 eyed thing that guards Io when she was turned into a heifer by Hera
Roles of Chorus
1) Actor who represents opinions, gives advice, threatens to interfere in the play's action.
2)May express author's views and set up a standard against which actions of characters can be judged.
3) Ideal spectator, reacting to events and characters as the writer wants the audience to respond.
4)Helps set the mood and heighten dramatic effects
5)Add color, movement and spectacle.
6) A living curtain
Which demigod was the real son of Poseidon, but his mother believed Aegeus to be his father?
Theseus
Odysseus pretends to what so he doesn't have to go and follow the oath of tyndareus?
go mad
Icarus
the son of Daedalus who flies too close to the sun with his wings his father made for hin, wings melt and he drowns
aegis
back or support of a particular person or organization
labors of Hercules
the 12 extraordinary feats performed by Hercules for Eurystheus in order to gain immortality
Midas
a Phrygian king who was given by Dionysus the power of turning whatever he touched into gold
faun
one of a class of rural deities represented as men with the ears, horns, tail, and later also the hind legs of a goat
alcmene
the mother of Hercules by Zeus, who had assumed the form of Amphitryon, her husband.
Charybdis
a daughter of Gaea and Poseidon, a monster mentioned in Homer and later identified with the whirlpool Charybdis
Rhea
[T] the wife of Cronus. She hid her son Zeus from Cronus and gave him a stone to swallow instead.
Adamantine - adj.
Having the hardness of a diamond; INFLEXIBLE
What was the name of the last epic poem from the Trojans?
Telegonia
greek god
a person who controls a part of life
Tragic Flaw
A bad trait that leads to their demise
Who is the Greek goddess of grain and fertility?
Demeter
Character vs Nature
This is a problem between a character and an element of nature.
what location in athens still uses the name that stems from this court case?
hill of mars
who is killed by medea via poisoned robe?
glauce and creon
Titan
any of the sons of Uranus and Gaea or any of their sisters of these, all with enormous strength and power
did hephaestus like punishing pro.?
no no no...pro. was good and kind!
How does Achilles vs Scamander clash?
Scamander tells Achilles to stop killing but Achilles says he wont stop untill he trojans flee back into the city
golden age
the first and best of the four ages of humankind; an era of peace and innocence that finally yielded to the silver age
When Pendarus shoots Menalus with the arrow what does this foreshadow?
Killing someone from a distance foreshadows Achilles death by Paris
What's ironic that Agemnon survived the Trojan war?
He was killed by his wife, after surviving
Rhea's method of preventing Cronus from swallowing the youngest offspring(Zeus)
disguised a rock by wrapping it in a blanket
What happens when you die without coins?
stay on the Banks of Coctys for 100 years
steeds
horses
force
Bia
Irreverent
Adj.- disrepectful
water
hydra means...
4 judges
Minos
Rhadamanthus
Aeacus
Themis
multitudinous
very numerous
Priam
King of Troy
Hemera
Goddess of daylight
worked with fire
hephaestus
sphinx
a mysterious person
Thetis
mother of Achilles
Who receives helen
Menelaus
animal created by Poseidon
horse
Adonis
very handsome young man
Most precocious
What describes Hermes?
Forge
Fire for a blacksmith
Patron Goddess of Athens
Athene
Who is Agememnon?
commander in chief
Dethroned
V.- remove from throne; depose
Hesperethusa
Goddess of the sunset glow
Main faults of Odysseus
Liar, Arrogant
what city did hera love?
argos
mountain home of gods
Mt. Olympus
Frazer
Scottish- nature: birth, growth, decay, rebirth
There are ____________ flood stories
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Theory
an idea of or belief
consent
to agree or give approval
Cronus was known as....
the youngest/strongest
ambrosia
the food of the gods
Myth
A traditional story, especially one conceming the early history of a person or explaining some natural or social Phenomenon.
Cyclops
Early created monsters, huge and strong, with one big eye in the middle of their foreheads.
Ambrosia/nectar
food and drink of the gods
2 Greek gods of fire--one friendly(hearth) and one unfriendly
Hestia/Hephaestus
titanic
of enormous size, strength, or power
to think, ponder; creative thinking; relates to the nine daughters of Zeus who fostered creativity
muse
Amazonomachy
In Greek mythology, the legendary battle between the Greeks and Amazons (female warriors)
50 daughters of the sea
neriads -
Who does Pelops want to marry?
hippodamia
Euryclea
Odysseus's former nursemaid on Ithaca; she recognizes Odysseus by his scar, first one to recognize him
Half man, half horse; beasts
The Centaurs
C.G. Jung
Stressed the importance of archetypes in the working of the "collective unconscious"
Iris
goddess of the rainbow and Hera's messenger
Exalted
Adj.- elevated in rank, character, or position
hero
demigod, often had cults, subject of legends
Laconic
using little words, seeming rude or mysterious. Spartan reputation
prometheus
creator of man;punished by zeus for stealing fire and teaching mortals how to cheat
Tantalus
punishment: stand in water and fruit that receeded when tried to eat
Apprise - v.
To give notice to; INFORM
shrine to Athena on Acropolis in Athens
Parthenon
hippolytus
son of Theseus and antiope. stepfather of phaedra who loves him. becomes cult follower of Artemis and hates women.
Promethean
daring, creative, or heroic on behalf of humanity
Pallas
Roman goddess of warfare and wisdom (Athena), palladium-tradition of object that guards a way of life
Rationalism
The conviction that human reason is the way to important, fundamental truths; led some Greeks to apply reason to their traditional myths
Achilles
the greatest Greek warrior in the Trojan War, hero of Homer's Iliad, who was killed when Paris wounded him in the heel, his one vulnerable spot
fate
the three goddesses of destiny, known to the Greeks as the Moerae and to the Romans as the Parcae
demigod
a mythological being who is partly divine and partly human; an inferior deity.
June
Sixth month of the year (Juno- goddess of marriage, this is the most popular month for weddings.)
goddess "wisdom" and wife of Zeus whom he swallowed
Metis
Pygmalion
sculptor who falls in love his it, Aphrodite brings it to life, Galatea
Epic
a long narrative poem telling of a hero's deeds
Hector
was a Trojan and was killed by Achilles and was dragged around for 3 days
Whom did Perseus save from a sea monster using Medusa's head, then marry?
Andromeda
Where does aeneas go after he leave dido?
italy
Giants
3 huge monsters that sprang up from the blood of Heaven when it dripped on the earth
winnowing
reduce the number of people or things gradually until only the best is left
geology
the science of the physical history of the earth, the rocks of which it is composed, and the physical, chemical, and biological changes of the earth
satyr
one of a class of woodland deities, attendant on Bacchus, represented as part human, part horse, and sometimes part goat and noted for lasciviousness
Ariadne
a daughter of Minos and Pasipha? who gave Theseus the thread by which he escaped from the labyrinth, she became the bride of Dionysus
siren
one of several sea nymphs, part woman and part bird, who lure mariners to destruction by their seductive singing
Icarian
young man who flew too close to the sun, Rash, taking risk: adjective: mythological
What was a negative example of Theme of Compensation?
Chryses/ Agamemnon
Camp Half-Blood
the only place where demigods are safe during the year
reveler
a celebrant that who shares in a noisy party
Trojan War
a ten-year war waged by the Greeks under Agamemnon against the Trojans to avenge the abduction of Helen and ending in the burning of Troy
Hera/Juno (Who is the God?)
Queen of gods and Zeus' wife
what form did zeus use to trick hera into loving him?
cuckoo bird
Jason carries who across the river?
Hera as an old woman
Golden Fleece
a fleece of pure gold, kept at Colchis by King Ae?tes from whom it was stolen by Jason and the Argonauts with the help of Ae?tes's daughter, Medea
gods could not interfere with whattttt
the wrk. of these 3 sistas
In book 8 what is the pattern?
Defeat - Counterattack - Defeat
Who is husband and wife when Hector is in troy?
Andromache is Hectors wife
method used by Theseus to kill Sinis
body pulled in half by pine trees
Paris and "the apple of discord"
the golden apple of discord was to be given to the "fairest one" at the wedding of paris and helen.
One eyed cyclopes and the 100 hand monsters
Whom did Zeus use to destroy the Titans?
Eos
Gentle dawn
Eros Cupid
Love
Poseiden's Roman Name
Neptune
Eros
God of love
achillies killed who?
hector
sappho
wrote lyric poetry
Nike
Goddess of victory
Symbol of Artemis
Stag
Killed the Minotaur
Theseus
The first goddess
Eurynome
Isis
the rainbow god
Métis
Who was Athene's mother?
Morphine
morphious, god of dreams
River of Unbreakable Oaths
Styx
Boreaus
north wind (terrible distraction)
erotic
pertaining to passionate love
ciris
what Scylla turns into
The husband of Aphrodite
Hephaestus
Muse of tragic drama
Melpomene
Chronology
Arrangements of dates and events
Poseidon (Neptune)
god of the sea
Slight - n.
A deliberate DISCOURTESY
euphoria
a feeling of happiness, confidence
chaos
the most ancient of gods
the others went to
the elysian fields
Dismal
Adj.- causing gloom or depression; dreary
What are Oreads?
Nymphs of the mountains.
Eurylochus
a member of Odysseus's loyal crew
Cull - v.
To SELECT from others
god of fertility, wine, revelry, theater
Dionysus
What is Thetis beauty/ugliness?
B- mortality
U- immortality
Titans
In Greek/Roman Mythology, these were the brothers of Cronus, and were locked away because Uranus didn't want them. When Cronus was defeated by his sons and daughters, Zeus defeated the Titans with his thunderbolts and his brothers and sisters.(JD)
king midas
Donkey ears
everything touche turned to gold
Euhemerism
Approaches to myth associated with Euhemerus, a third century B.C Greek who claimed that Greek myth sprang from actual historical events and personages
Goddess of fertility, grain and harvest.
Demeter
first women; opened the jar releasing a multitude of plaques
Pandora
Maia and Zeus' son: shortly after birth created lyre
Hermes
Alcestis
wife of Admetus, sacrificed herself to save husband, brought back by Heracles
Mortal killed by Zeus for bringing dead back to life
Asclepius
Arcas and Callisto
Ursa Major and Ursa Minor
Polyphemus
blinded by the wise Odysseus, curses his journey
Who were Hectors friends in Troy?
Trojan women
cereal
type of grass plant that produces edible fruits called grains and is grown as food for humans and livestock
Women
only people that can have relationship with Gods
One of the survivors of the flood
Deucalion
Neoptolemus
Achilles son, takes Andromache as a sex slave
Water Nymphs; dwelt in brooks and springs and fountains
Naiads
daedaluses
an Athenian architect who built the labyrinth for Minos and made wings for himself and his son Icarus to escape from Crete.
this person was not invited to a wedding and reception therefore he or she took vengeance and caused the judgement of paris to occur
eris
Cronus/Saturn
ruled over the Titans until his son, Zeus, dethroned him and seized his powers
Apsyrtus
King AEetes' son; sent in persuit of Argonauts
Sibyl at Cumae
prophetess, asked to live forever, live for as many years as the grains of sand, slowly shrivels up
What was Jason known for attaining?
the Golden Fleece
Chimera
an imaginary monster made up of mixed parts; an illusion of the mind
name the goat skin shield that zeus gave to his favorite daughter
aegis
euphemism
the substitution of a mild or indirect a expression for one thought to be offensive or harsh
But Rhea mourned [mourn]
to express sorrow or grief
hephestus
god of blacksmith uglyest god his wife apherdite cheated on him
Tydeus
Exile from Calydon and one of the seven leaders against Thebes; was nearly made immortal by Athena, but Amphiaraüs thwarted it
Thalia
the Muse of comedy and idyllic poetry; one of the Graces
who does poseidon look like
tritan!!!!! from the little mermaid!!!!!!!!!!
Character vs Fate
This is a problem beyond the characters control.
Hades/Pluto/Helmet of Invisibility
God of underworld (didn't live on Mount Olympus).
Apollo and Artemis
these were twins who represented the sun and then the other twin represented the moon and hunt; Born by Zeus and Leto; Leto: hated by Hera (who prevented the goddess of childbirth Eileithya from helping Leto in labor); Delos island
Goddess of discord
What was Zeus's daughter Eres Goddess of?
Who is the son of Thyestes + his daughter
aegistus
what happens during the age of silver?
inattentive to Gods
Helios drives his chariot across teh sky which causes what?
the sun to rise
Swallowed his children
What Cronos did when he believed he'd be overthrown
Hestia/Vestal (Who is the God?)
Goddess of hearth and home, Zeus' sister
She hurled toward the ocean
How did Hera get rid of Hephaestus?
Islands of the Blessed
islands in the ocean at the remotest western end of the world, to which the souls of heroes and worthy persons were transported after death
Who doesnt have channels of communication and why?
Agamemnon doesnt have that because the gods hate him. Zeus decieves him and tells him to attack the trojans.
How does Athena help Achilles?
She appears as one of his brothers and says stop running and they will kill him together
How does someone encounter the disruption of kosmos?
To change the course of nature is a hubris (Pride) act
ares, the god of war, chose what three animal symbols to represent him?
wild boar and/or vulture or a mean dog
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