Review Guide for Module 2 Exam
I. Terms include (but are not limited to):
Petraios the rock (an epithet of Poseidon)
Asphaleios averter of earthquakes (an epithet of Poseidon)
Taureos the bull of the
APHRODITE & EROS (ML 9) LECTURE OUTLINE
LECTURE OBJECTIVES:
Students should be able to:
Define terms: Profane, Cytherea, Urania, Pandemos.
Identify figures: Aphrodite, Eros, Charites, Horae, Priapus
POSEIDON (ML 7) LECTURE OUTLINE
LECTURE OBJECTIVES:
Students should be able to:
Define terms: Nereid, shapeshifter, apple of discord, cyclops, merman, oceanid, thalassocracy
Identify figures: Poseid
ATHENA (ML 8) LECTURE OUTLINE
LECTURE OBJECTIVES:
Students should be able to:
Define terms: tritogenia, pallas, parthenos, polias, palladium, hubris, Arte, Ergane, glaukopis, aegis,
areopagus
Identi
APOLLO (ML 11) LECTURE OUTLINE
LECTURE OBJECTIVES:
Students should be able to:
Define terms: omphalos, Apollo Delphinus, Pythia, Delphi, adyton, Sibyl, incubation, miasmos
Identify figures: Leto, Ar
ARTEMIS (ML 10) LECTURE OUTLINE
LECTURE OBJECTIVES:
Students should be able to:
Define terms: Brauronia, Misandry, Deliades, hagne, potnia theron, thiasos, hubris
Identify figures: Cynthia, Leto, Ar
OLYMPIANS (ML 5) LECTURE OUTLINE
LECTURE OBJECTIVES:
Students should be able to:
Define terms: hearth, pantheon, anthropomorphism, iconography, attribute, epithet, domain,
token, aegis, tyche, ananke
OVERVIEW AND SOURCES (ML 1&2) LECTURE OUTLINE
LECTURE OBJECTIVES:
Students should be able to:
Define terms: mythology, etiological, iconography, legend, epithet, chthonic, comparative
mythology, stru
MEN AND GODS (ML 4) LECTURE OUTLINE
LECTURE OBJECTIVES:
Students should be able to:
0 Define terms: The 5 ages of man, golden age ideology, fall of man, Isles of the Blessed, Mecone,
pithos, elpis, er
Review Guide for Module 1 Exam
WARNING! Not all material from the first set of lectures is covered by this
review: this is a representative sample of the material, and only some of the
lecture materia
NATURE OF THE GODS (ML 6) LECTURE OUTLINE
LECTURE OBJECTIVES:
Students should be able to:
Students should be able to:
Define terms: ambrosia, nectar, ichor, monotheism, polytheism, humanism
Identif
August 28 &
September 3, 2014
CREATION MYTHS (ML 3) LECTURE OUTLINE
LECTURE OBJECTIVES:
Students should be able to:
Define terms: Theogony, didactic, Tartarus, hieros gamos, titan, reduplication, usu
August 25, 2014
Classical Mythology Notes 1
LECTURE OBJECTIVES:
Students should be able to:
Define terms: mythology, etiological, iconography, legend, epithet, chthonic, comparative mythology,
structu