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What was dionysus symnbols Dionysus is often seen with a staff in his hand, wine or a drinking cup
what were dionysus followers called maenads-Women who worshipped him. They were associated with sex, dancing and violencesatyr-Half human/Half beastGoat’s tail, hooves and hornsSpent their time drinking and dancing
Greek word for theatre theatron
Path to the stage. The audience used it to get to their seats. parados
A wooden hut where the actors would get changed skene
what was the 2 props the would they would use for special efects Ekkyklema and Mechane
zeus symbols and jobs thunder sceptre thunder bolt-sky weather travellers
poseidon symbols and jobs trident and dolphin-sea earthquakes horse bulls
ares symbols and jobs armour-war
apollo symbols and jobs lyre bow-education music and thearts medicine and disease archery sun and prophecy
hephaistos symbols and jobs anvil-fire metal working and skilled workers
hermes symbols and jobs winged sandels-messanger of gods travel and trade
hera symbols and jobs polos-queen marriage
demeter symbols and jobs flowers fruit grain-agriculture harvest
heista symbols and jobs fire
most important religious festival in athens panthenia
what was a peplos a robe for athenia
when was the panthenia every 4 years
how long did the panthenia last for 8 days
what was the oikos the whole family even slaves
what was the foundation of the greek house made of stone
what was the main part of the house called courtyard
what was the mess room called andron
who was allowed in the andron men, slaves and foreigners
what was the womans area of the house called gynaikon
what was the walls of the house made of clay bricks
what was the foundation of the greek house made of stone
what was the main part of the house called courtyard
what was the mess room called andron
who was allowed in the andron men, slaves and foreigners
what was the womans area of the house called gynaikon
what was the walls of the house made of clay bricks
what was the foundation of the greek house made of stone
what was the main part of the house called courtyard
what was the mess room called andron
who was allowed in the andron men, slaves and foreigners
what was the womans area of the house called gynaikon
what was the walls of the house made of clay bricks
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