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  1. Pontos
  2. Greece Creation- Part 1
  3. Tartarus
  4. Myth
  5. Typhon
  1. a "The Underworld"
  2. b A traditional, sacred narrative explaining how the world and man come to be in their present forms
  3. c the last son of Gaia, fathered by Tartarus, and the most deadly monster of Greek mythology. He was known as the "Father of all monsters"
  4. d "Salt Sea"
  5. e -Uranus and Gaia had children, had grand kids
    -Krono's swallowed his children to protect himself.
    -Rhea hid child and gave him a rock
    -Zeus grew up and tricked Krono's into giving up other children.
    -After war, Zeus as their leader, they began to furnish Gaia with life and Uranus with stars.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. a Latin narrative poem in fifteen books by the Roman poet Ovid, describing the history of the world from its creation. Chaos- different from Hesiod's. Unknown God or Kindly Nature ended the strife.
  2. "the birth of the gods") is a poem by Hesiod. Describing the origins and genealogies of Greek polytheism, composed circa 700 BC.
  3. Roman Poet.
  4. Zeus & Siblings vs. Kronos and Titans
    Zeus' Side: Themis, Prometheus, Cyclopes, Hecatonchires.
    Kronos Side: All the other Titans (Atlas)
  5. Son of Cronos and Rhea, Husband of Hera. Supreme God. Ultimate Progenitor. Lighting, thunder, justice.

5 True/False questions

  1. Ages of Man8th Century BC. Historical Figure, Farmer, Boeotia.
    2 main works: Theogony, Works and Days

          

  2. GaiaRoman Poet.

          

  3. Greece Creation Part 2-Uranus and Gaia had children, had grand kids
    -Krono's swallowed his children to protect himself.
    -Rhea hid child and gave him a rock
    -Zeus grew up and tricked Krono's into giving up other children.
    -After war, Zeus as their leader, they began to furnish Gaia with life and Uranus with stars.

          

  4. Uranos"Love"

          

  5. Etiological Mythsthe study of causation, or origination