HIS 337: Greek Gods, Heroes, and Worship
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This book examines ancient Greek religion and considers its role in the contexts of Greek culture and thought. Literary and material sources, such as epic, poetry, architecture, sculpture, and vase painting will be examined in order to establish the nature and function of religion in Greek society. Topics include the gods/goddesses, heroes, cult, magic, curses, initiation rites, athletic competition, local mythic traditions, religious festivals, oracles, and healing sanctuaries.
MSL Academic Endeavors
Ancient Greece, Greek religion, mythology, Greek art, heroes, oracles, healing, magic, curses, gods
Ancient History, Greek and Roman through Late Antiquity | Classical Archaeology and Art History | Classics | European History | History of Religions of Western Origin
Wrenhaven, Kelly L., "HIS 337: Greek Gods, Heroes, and Worship" (2021). MSL Academic Endeavors eBooks. 21.
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