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Creation and Destruction Review. Mrs. Wesley’s Jeopardy Review Game. Pattern of Destruction. Creation. Myths/Characters. Myth Purpose. Vocab. $100. $100. $100. $100. $100. $200. $200. $200. $200. $200. $300. $300. $300. $300. $300. $400. $400. $400. $400. $400. $500.

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creation and destruction review

Creation and Destruction Review

Mrs. Wesley’s Jeopardy Review Game

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answer arete
Answer: Arete*
  • Niobe’s status as a Queen and the birth of her 14 children is her:
  • Nemesis
  • Ate
  • Arete
  • Or hubris
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Ate*
  • Arachne weaving a tapestry to ridicule the immortal gods is an example of ____
excessive pride
Excessive Pride*
  • Define hubris:
arete hubris ate nemesis
Arete – Hubris – Ate – Nemesis*
  • Name the pattern of destruction in the correct order, along with their definition
rebellion pride desire for rebirth ignorance
RebellionPrideDesire for rebirthIgnorance*
  • Name four major causes of destruction
name the four steps in the pattern of creation
Name the four steps in the pattern of Creation
  • Chaos – Old Rule – Power Struggle – New Rule
  • *
uranus and cronus were similar because
Uranus and Cronus were similar because
  • They both were afraid of their children overthrowing their rule
  • *
gaea creates the sickle what purpose of myths does this serve
Gaea creates the sickle. What purpose of myths does this serve?
  • To explain a technological advancement.
  • *
pandora and eve are both similar because
Pandora and Eve are both similar because..
  • They are both tempted by their curiosity, which lead to evil in the world
  • *
the myth of prometheus and the fall of man are similar because
The myth of Prometheus and the Fall of Man are similar because
  • They both bring knowledge into the world
  • *
the greek flood and christian flood are different because
The Greek flood and Christian Flood are different because…
  • Zeus did not think about any surviving mortals to procreate where God did.
  • *
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One purpose of myths is to access language and coded messages in our society. Provide an example of this from a myth we have read.
  • Answers may vary but can include
  • Babel, Axis, Arachnid
  • *
one purpose of myths is to explain the physical world name 2 examples of this the myth and creation
One purpose of myths is to explain the physical world. Name 2 examples of this. - The myth and creation
  • Answers may vary but can include:
    • Lycaon – The wolf
    • Arachne – The spider
    • Daedalus and Icarus – Perdix/Partridge
    • *
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One purpose of myths is to explain societal structures – Which myth explains the ancient roles of men and women
  • Adam and Eve
  • *
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Phaethon, Icarus, and Prometheus are similar because the main characters ______ against authoritative decisions.
  • Rebelled
  • *
creation destruction night day democracy dictatorship birth death these are example of
Creation – DestructionNight – Day Democracy – DictatorshipBirth – DeathThese are example of _____
  • Antithetical Patterns/ Antithesis: Opposing ideas
  • *
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An adjective, descriptive phrase or label expressing a quality regarded as characteristic of the person or thing mentioned.
  • Epithet
  • *
ethnocentrism
Ethnocentrism*
  • Belief in the superiority of one's own ethnic group.
xenia
Xenia *
  • The Greek concept of hospitality, or generosity and courtesy shown to those who are far from home. It is often translated as "guest-friendship"
archetype
Archetype*
  • A very typical example of a certain person or thing.
allusion
Allusion *
  • A reference in a literary work to a person, place, or thing in history or another work of literature. Allusions are often indirect or brief references to well-known characters or events.
golden mean
Golden Mean *
  • The ideal moderate position between two extremes
matriarchal
Matriarchal *
  • Of, relating to, or characteristic of a system of society or government controlled by women