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Prometheus: The Fire-Bringer. By:. Characters in the story. Prometheus Zeus Pandora Gods Mortal Humans. Facts about Zeus. Historians believe that Zeus was born in a cave on Mount Ida on the island of Crete.

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Prometheus the fire bringer

Prometheus: The Fire-Bringer

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Characters in the story

Characters in the story.

  • Prometheus

  • Zeus

  • Pandora

  • Gods

  • Mortal Humans


Facts about zeus

Facts about Zeus

  • Historians believe that Zeus was born in a cave on Mount Ida on the island of Crete.

  • Unlike mainland Greeks, The Cretans believed that Zeus died and was resurrected annually.

  • Zeus was the father of Hercules, Dionysos, Arthena and he had many more children. Those are just the top three known children that Zeus had.

  • Some ebperts believe that “Zeus” wasn’t his real name and that was his god name.


Facts about prometheus

Facts About Prometheus

  • In Greek mythology, Prometheus means a great benefactor of mankind.

  • He was son of the Titan Iapetus and of Clymene or Themis.

  • In a legend, Prometheus saved a human race from extinction by warning his son about a huge flood.

  • In myths, Prometheus was released my Hercules, Zeus’ father.


Facts about pandora

Facts about Pandora

  • Pandora was a Greek Goddess.

  • Pandora’s weaknesses are Deceitful, later her curiosity.

  • Her parents are Prometheus and Epimetheus.

  • She was named the “Mother of Troubles”

  • Pandora's name means the "one who gives all gifts" and has a positive connotation.


Motifs

Motifs

  • Violation-Zeus warns Prometheus not to trick him although he does

  • Trickery-tricks Zeus into getting the bad food

  • Absentation-Prometheus goes to see Zeus

  • Complicity-Zeus picks the bad sacrifice

  • Inetdiction-Zeus warns of consequences


Group questions

Group Questions

  • 1. What is the initial problem for the protagonist?

    • Saving the mortal men from Zeus

      2. What initial goal does the protagonist desire?

    • Keeping the men safe and well

      3. How does the protagonist set out to solve his or her problem and/or obtain his or her goal?

    • He goes to see Zeus and talk about why he should not harm his humans because they give him a worthy sacrifice

      4. What actions are rewarded or admired? What rewards are given? By Whom? How are the rewards appropriate for the actions

    • They are able to give Zeus an appropriate sacrifice and he steals then fire back from Zeus

    • And the humans still live at the end of the story


Group questions cont

Group Questions Cont.

5. What actions are punished or despised? What punishments are given? By whom? How are the punishments appropriate for the actions?

  • Prometheus tricks Zeus into picking the bad sacrifice of ox and he steals then fire back from Zeus.

  • Zeus forbids man to use fire after Prometheus tricks him and after Prometheus steals it back. Zeus creates Pandora and sends her out to cause havoc on man.

    6.What cultural traditions, customs, values, beliefs, or knowledge are presented in story?

  • That they believe in the Olympians, Titans and that Zeus created women and the Prometheus created men.

    7. What is the lesson of the story? Support this answer with quotes from the text that point to this lesson.

  • Don’t think thar you are greater then the highest power.

    • “and your punishment will teach the deathless ones and mortal ones that Zeus who reigns on High is, indeed, Greatest of the Immortals, and he is to be honored and feared above all others.”


Group questions cont1

Group Questions Cont.

  • 8. How could the story still speak to us today/ Hoe might it change in today’s society and in our culture?

    • It teaches that people should listen to those that are above you whether its in a law or in the family and that we should respect them.


Significance the story has on the culture

Significance the story has on the culture.

  • Beliefs

  • Psych

  • Political

  • Creators

  • History


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