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    Term:

    Gaea

    Definition:

    Earth

    • Greek Mythology
    • 377 terms
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  • 175 terms

    Term:

    euripedies

    Definition:

    men

    • Greek Theatre
    • 175 terms
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  • 121 terms

    Term:

    Hera

    Definition:

    Juno

    • Greek Mythology Quiz
    • 121 terms
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  • 1150 terms

    Term:

    The World According to Garp

    Definition:

    John Irving

    • NAQT all authors
    • 1150 terms
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  • 169 terms

    Term:

    Basic action in libation bearers

    Definition:

    Orestes returns secretly and in disguise/ uses Electra's slaves to trick Aegisthus/ kills Aegisthus and is driven mad by furies

    • Classic mythology 3
    • 169 terms
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  • 100 terms

    Term:

    Who was the father of Pelops

    Definition:

    Tantalus

    • Morford Chapter 16
    • 100 terms
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  • 97 terms

    Term:

    What poem features the earliest surviving account of the Greek underworld

    Definition:

    Odyssey

    • Morford Chapter 13
    • 97 terms
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  • 72 terms

    Term:

    What year was the Oresteia written?

    Definition:

    458

    • Greek and Roman Poop
    • 72 terms
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  • 65 terms

    Term:

    lateral creativity

    Definition:

    intuitive thinking or imagination; breadth, innovation, uniqueness, analogies, out of the box

    • History of Creativity and Innovation
    • 65 terms
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  • 28 terms

    Term:

    THE FROGS

    Definition:

    Dionysus wants to bring playwright Euripides back from the dead. Enlists help of Xanthius (a slave) and Heracles. While on the River Styx w/ Charon, Dionysus hears the chorus of the titular creatures. Discovers ongoing conflict b/w Euripides and Aeschylus ("who's-the-best-playwright"). Aeacus tries to kill Dionysus. Contest arranged b/w playwrights to see who can write/speak the "weightier" line. Aeschylus wins b/c he gives practical answers. Aeschylus returns to Athens.

    • SB^2 Study - Ancient Greek Plays
    • 28 terms
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  • 68 terms

    Term:

    Dryads

    Definition:

    Wood nymphs.

    • Greek and Roman Characters 4
    • 68 terms
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  • 380 terms

    Term:

    Runs so fast across waves that his feet don’t get wet

    Definition:

    Euphemus

    • Myth List pages 1-15
    • 380 terms
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  • 39 terms

    Term:

    Marathon

    Definition:

    first greek victory between greeks and Persia (the first time) in 490 BCE

    • Ancient Greek Exam Review
    • 39 terms
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  • 27 terms

    Term:

    Aeschylus

    Definition:

    Eumenides

    • Vocabulary for plays
    • 27 terms
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  • 10 terms

    Term:

    Author

    Definition:

    Greek Tragedian Aeschlyus who drew upon a set of stories concerning an ancient familial curse - The Curse Upon the House of Atreus, to write the Orestia trilogy, in 5th century BCE 1. Agamemnon 2. Choephoroe (The Libation Bearers) 3. Eumenides

    • The Cursed House of Atreus
    • 10 terms
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