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Mythology DFV

Mythology December 2, 2004

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Pax Romana Roman Peace Established by Augustus
ara pacis altar of peace (blank)
Mythology book Hesiod the Theogony
dura lex sed lex the law is harsh but it's the law (blank)
mnemonic pertaining to memory (blank)
Mnemosyne Titan Mother of Muses
aut disce aut discede either learn or leave (blank)
sui generis of it's own kind unique
ad augusta per angusta to honor through difficulty (blank)
born from chaos Gaea and Uranus Mother Earth and father heaven
children of Gaea and Uranus pretty-Titans Ugly-monsters (cyclops and hecaton-chires)
Rhea and Cronus (Saturn) mother and father of 6 gods (blank)
Zeus/Jupiter heavens and earth, ruler of weather, giver of justice thunderbolts, eagle, oak tree, husband of Hera
Hera/Juno marriage and married women cow and peacock
Poseidon/Neptune sea and earthquakes zeus's brother, underwater kingdom, trident, dolphins, horses
Hades/Pluto underworld, wealth of underworld, gems, and minerals bident, Cerberus, cypress tree
Hestia/Vestia hearth and home, pure simple life wooden throne, brown, hearth fire
Demeter/Ceres growing things mother of persephone when she was sad winter came, wheat and cornucopia
Athena/Minerva wisdom, statecraft, and war emerged from Zeus' head, owl, olive tree aegis breastplate medusa, parthenon
Aphrodite/Venus love and beauty, rode on a seashell, Botticelli painted picture of her Aeneas mother, dove sparrow, rose and pyrtle wife-Hephaestus
Ares war, hatred, violence short temper, dogs, vultures, spear and shield
Hephaestus/vulcan blacksmiths, metalworkers, craftsmen son of Zeus and Hera, quail, forge and anvil
Apollo Sunlight, truth poetry music and healing twin of Artemis, single men, Delphi, lyre and laurel wreath
Artemis/Diana moon single women hunting and childbirth crescent moon crown stag bow and arrows twins of light
Hermes/Mercury Trade, travel and theft winged cap, sandals, caduceus, messenger
Dionysus/ wine parties and drama ivy grapes wine cup leopard
Created by: Katylaine