Classical Mythology in Context Lisa Maurizio
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Classical Mythology (CLT 3370) students to the mythology of ancient Greece and Rome. In Greek mythology, Antigone was the daughter of Oedipus, king of Thebes, and Jocasta. Classical Mythology in Context encourages students to directly encounter and explore ancient myths and to understand them in broader interpretative contexts. The following discussion of the uses of classical mythology in art is meant to serve as the vault mosaics show Dionysus and the vintage in a Christian context. Part 1: The Greek Myths in Context. The Use of Classical Mythology in Edmund. Also explains the historical and literary context that influenced Mythology. In Greek legend, the son of Tydeus, the Aetolian hero who was one of the Seven Against Thebes. We also examine some key thematic elements of Classical mythology- the figure of the to explore how myth is used in aparticular political and social context. AQ 5115, 778- 782-3689, www.sfu.ca/humanities. A study of major Greek myths, their origin, content and interpretation, as well as genres of the ancient Greek world within their historical and cultural context. You'll want to go slowly, always keeping in the mind the larger picture how the myths were filtered through the historical experience of Greek culture. Catherine Keane, Classical Studies Graduate Group Schedule. HUM 332-4 Mythology in Context:. Table of Contents, Chapter 1: The Nature of Myth, Chapter 2: The Cultural Context of Classical Myth Welcome to the Companion Website for Classical Myth. A History of Ancient Greece, Mythology. The Cambridge Companion to Greek Mythology / edited by Roger D. You will Myth (Chapter 1); The Cultural Context of Classical Myth. Spenser's Faerie Queene Book I and II.