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1. DO NOW: Homework on desk, share LP’s Attendance & HW Preview Notes Performances. 6.6 Agenda: Literarature & Theatre. 6.6 COOLEST Authors. Book of the Year Award ’ 14 (314 BCE, that is). OBJECTIVE: WWBAT describe cultural advancements in literature and theatre.

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6 6 agenda literarature theatre

  • 1. DO NOW: Homework on desk, share LP’s

  • Attendance & HW Preview

  • Notes

  • Performances

6.6 Agenda: Literarature & Theatre


6 6 coolest authors

6.6 COOLEST Authors

Book of the Year Award’14

(314 BCE, that is)


6 6 literature threatre

  • OBJECTIVE:

  • WWBAT describe cultural advancements in literature and theatre.

  • WWBAT identify the roles and contributions of Pericles, Homer, and Euripides.

6.6 Literature & Threatre


Pericles orator also military general and statesman i e politician 495 429 b c e athens

Pericles, Orator(also military general and statesman (i.e. politician))495-429 B.C.E.Athens


Euripidies writer tragedies 480 406 bce aegean islands macedonia

Euripidies, Writer (Tragedies)480 – 406 BCEAegean Islands/Macedonia


Euripides publications

  • Alcestis, 438 BC

  • Medea, 431 BC

  • Heracleidae, c 430 BC

  • Hippolytus, 428 BC

  • Andromache, c. 425 BC

  • Hecuba, c. 424 BC

  • The suppliants, c. 423 BC

  • Electra, c. 420 BC

  • Heracles, c. 416 BC

  • The Trojan Women, c. 415 BC

  • Iphigenia in Tauris, c. 414 BC

  • Ion, c. 414 BC

  • Helen, c. 412 BC

  • Phoenician Women, c. 410 BC

  • Orestes, 408 BC

  • Bacchae, 405 BC

  • Iphigenia at Aulis, 405 BC

  • Rhesus, ? BC

  • Cyclops ? BC

Euripides Publications


Homer singer writer 850 bce unknown

Homer, Singer/Writer~850 BCEunknown


Homer s publications

  • Iliad

  • The poems of Illiad depict the seigeof Troy during the Trojan War. The word Illiad itself means "something concerned with Ilion". Illion was the city based in the state of Troy. When Illiad was created, is arguable. Could have been written anytime between 400-800 BCE.

  • Odyssey

  • The epic poem Odyssey focuses on the Greek character Odysseus and his ten year journey from Troy to Ithaca after the fall of Troy (Trojan war). The poem covers both the circumstances that befell his family in Ithaca and his own perilous adventures back from Troy. Whilst in Odysseus absence at home, his son Telemachus and wife Penelope have to deal with suitors who move into their home, in an attempt to take Odysseus place and marry Penelope, assuming Odysseus isn’t coming back.

  • Homeric Hymns

    Homer was also a well-known song writer – these poems are religious in theme (like church hymns)

Homer’s Publications


Trag e dy

  • ˈtrajidē/

  • noun: tragedy; plural noun: tragedies

  • 1. 
an event causing great suffering, destruction, and distress, such as a serious accident, crime, or natural catastrophe."a tragedy that killed 95 people”

  • 2. 
a play dealing with tragic events and having an unhappy ending, esp. one concerning the downfall of the main character.

trag·e·dy


Ep ic

  • ˈepik/ noun

  • From the Ancient Greek adjective ἐπικός epikos), from ἔπος (epos) "word, story, poem"[1])

  • a long poem, typically one derived from ancient oral tradition, narrating the deeds and adventures of heroic or legendary figures or the history of a nation.

ep·ic


Homework greek tragedy

Directions:

  • Pick your favorite teacher/subject

  • Pericles: Write a ‘speech’ about the Iliad

  • Eurpidies: Summarize the tragedy ‘Medea’

  • Homer: Map/Sketch out the journey in the epic of the Odyssey

Homework: Greek Tragedy


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