January 29th and 30th 3rd Class of the Second Semester Attendance Finish going over the opening mythology notes. Go over the answers to the mythology questions after all notes are given Check your vocabulary note cards and Power Points for honors. HW: Study your vocabulary. You will have a quiz on Thursday/Friday of next week The Difference Between
Greek and Roman Gods Ms. Chapman & Mr. horn The Greek Family Tree Greek Gods Roman Gods Description: Greek Gods Gods in Greek Mythology, i.e. the collection of stories or myths of the
ancient Greeks about their gods, heroes and the natural world. Roman Gods Gods in Roman mythology, i.e. the mythological beliefs about gods in the city of Ancient Rome. Time Period: Greek Gods
Iliad distributed 700 years before the Roman civilization. Roman Gods Came 1000 years after the Greeks Literary Source: Greek Gods Roman Gods
Greek myths chronicled in the book the Illiad by Homer Roman myths chronicled in the book Aeneid Origin of Mythology: Greek Gods Roman Gods Not known
Many Roman gods borrowed from Greek mythology and myths of Roman creation from Greeks Nature of Gods: Greek Gods Gods and goddesses based on human personality traits such as Love, Honor, Hatred,
Dignity, as well as their roles in life determined by what they were god of, like: Zeus: Sky/weather, Hades: Death, Poseidon: Sea, Aquatics, etc. Roman Gods Deities named after objects rather than human personality traits
Afterlife: Greek Gods Roman Gods Importance of the physical life on earth rather than eventuality of the afterlife. Mortals did good deeds on earth to be rewarded in the afterlife. They
strove to gain their place among the gods in heaven in the afterlife. Traits: Greek Gods Roman Gods As gods were based on human traits they each had characteristics
that determined their actions Gods and goddesses not gender specific so their individual characteristics were not central to the myths. Role of mortals: Greek Gods
Roman Gods Deities were important for the progression of life but mortals were just as important as it was their contribution in society that in the end mattered Myths rooted in brave, heroic deeds of gods
not mortals as mortal life was not important after death Actions of Mortals and Gods: Greek Gods Individualistic: actions of the individual were of more consequences than actions of the group
Roman Gods Not individualistic Revered Traits: Greek Gods Creativity more important than physical works. They revered the poet Roman Gods Focused on actions rather
than words. They revered the warrior as sacred. Physical Forms: Greek Gods Roman Gods Greek gods had beautiful bodies where gorgeous muscles, eyes and hair would
enhance their looks Gods did not have a physical appearance represented only in the imagination of the people.
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