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Western Culture Exam 2
Terms in this set (12)
merit/ striving for excellence/never off your game
noble-so good at killing that your well known
honor-people saying good things about you
pride (ate nemisis) reason for gods to destroy you
shame-used to fight against Hubris
brotherly love/brother hood- acknowledging that other people help you fight (but arent as good as you)- used to fight Hubris
"The glory is ours"
Achilles to comrades (can be used for Philos and Kleos)
"win me my honor and my glory"
Achilles to Patrocolus- (can be used for Aidos and Kleos)
"nothing is worth my life"
Achilles to Odysseus (demonstrates how he is unhero in beginning) (maybe Hubris)
"Don't try to sell me on death, Odysseus. I'd rather be a hired hand back on earth, Slaving away for some poor dirt farmer"
Achilles to Odysseus in the Underworld in the Odyssey.
"Once they flinch, the spirit of the whole army falls apart."
"For once a man reverses and runs in the terror of battle, he offers his back, a tempting mark to spear from behind...it is a shameful sight."
"Let him take a wide stance and stand up strong against them, digging both heels in the ground, biting his lip with his teeth"
Tyrteus of Sparta "To the Soldiers; after a defeat"
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