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Mr. Langion per 5

greek vocab

Atlas Book of maps
Penelope faithful
archetype a typical example
Vulcan Volcano
Vulcanize to treat with intense heat
Achilles heal the story of achilles, having one weak spot
Titan a race of powerful deities that ruled / Titanic - very large / powerful
Zeal Great Enthusiasm
Lethargic means lifeless
Muse goddesses or spirits who inspire the creation of literature and the arts
nocturnal moves at night
Tantalus was a son of Zeus / root of the word tantalize which means something desirable that is always just out of that person's reach
Herculean Great deal of strength
Hydra nameless serpent-like water beast that possessed 9 heads / root of the word water
Nemesis the spirit of divine retribution against those who succumb to hubris. It originally rightous anger; today it means rival
Pandora's box something that a person doesn't want to know
Prometheus a Titan known for his (creative) intelligence, who stole fire from Zeus and gave it to mortals
Pandora "giver of all, all-endowed" (curious?)
Created by: billo313