Mythology
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  • Question 1
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    What is the difference between primitive and classical mythology?

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    primitive mythology was for greeks and classical mythology is for romans

    Classical mythology was more towards the musical era

    Classical mythology is from a more civilized time than primitive mythology.

    none of the above

  • Question 2
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    How are the Greek gods different from Egyptian or Mesopotamian gods?

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    The ancient greek had gods based more on culture being the ones who provided their surroundings, (love, lust, marriage, childbirth etc.).

    Egyptian gods and Greek gods were the same

    none of the above

    greek mythology is more inclined to deal with nymph-like creatures in forests, heroes, explanations of the world, and other more pleasant topics.

  • Question 3
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    What is “the miracle of Greek mythology”?

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    The greek economic miracle is the period of sustained economic growth in greece from 1950 to 1973. During this period, the greek economy grew by an average of 7.7%, second in the world only to Japan.

    none of the above

    greek national self-conscious, or modern greek nationalism, which paved the way to the greek Revolution of 1821.

    It was the beginning of the culture and greek artists made amazing advances in art, architecture, and music during the greek miracle period.

  • Question 4
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    What are the “dark spots” referred to by Edith Hamilton?

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    The evil qualities of all

    The evil qualities of gods and godesses

    The evil qualities of mortals

    The evil qualities of monsters

  • Question 5
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    how does edith hamilton define mythology?

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    Edith Hamilton thinks they are all evil and they are all incapable of doing any kind of good. That they are simply mans mind hoping for a well future of the world.

    The importance of the gods were displayed through the minds of each individual during this time because they expressed the gods with their own image in there head. Humans developed a concept to humanize there gods .

    When studying Greek mythology, it is crucial to understand the importance of the setting of the myths. The ancient Greeks populated the earth in a time when science was scarce and regular activities were phenomenons.

    Edith Hamilton defines Greek mythology as the Greek's way of explaining the unexplainable. He shows this by stating, "According to the most modern idea, a real myth has nothing to do with religion.

  • Question 6
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    What happened to the portrayal of Zeus over the years?

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    the portrayal of zeus changed over the years because the authors of the stories changed. became more conscious of the demands of life.

    Zeus was the most powerful of the Greek gods and had a number of powers. His most famous power is the ability to throw lightning bolts. His winged horse Pegasus carried his lightning bolts and he trained an eagle to retrieve them. He could also control the weather causing rain and huge storms.

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