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  1. Tartarus
  2. Ages of Man
  3. Uranos
  4. Ovid
  5. Myth
  1. a Golden Age-Perpetual Spring
    -Silver Age- Seasons, farming
    -Bronze Age- warfare, but not impious
    -Iron Age-Greed, Sailing, mining, war, violatiion of proper roles (guest-host)
  2. b A traditional, sacred narrative explaining how the world and man come to be in their present forms
  3. c "Heaven"
  4. d "The Underworld"
  5. e Roman Poet.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Foam-Born Goddess
  2. Kronos would eat children. Rhea gives Krono's a rock and spares Zues
  3. Zeus ate Metis ("wisdom") and began to have a very bad headache. Hephaestus (God of Forge) split Zeus's head and out comes Athena fully armored.
  4. is the discipline that deals with the nature of the Universe as a whole. Seek to understand the origin, evolution, structure, and ultimate fate of the Universe at large.
  5. Zeus & Siblings vs. Kronos and Titans
    Zeus' Side: Themis, Prometheus, Cyclopes, Hecatonchires.
    Kronos Side: All the other Titans (Atlas)

5 True/False questions

  1. Greek Creation Phases-Zeus summoned Prometheus and Epimetheus and instructed to go to Earth and create men and animals.


  2. Platowas a Classical Greek philosopher, mathematician, student of Socrates, writer of philosophical dialogues, and offers a Cosmogony and Cosmology of universe and mankind.


  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. Theogony"the birth of the gods") is a poem by Hesiod. Describing the origins and genealogies of Greek polytheism, composed circa 700 BC.


  5. Typhonthe last son of Gaia, fathered by Tartarus, and the most deadly monster of Greek mythology. He was known as the "Father of all monsters"


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