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Glossary of TOG Year 1 Wk 13 UG with images Early Greeks

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Minotaur

In Greek mythology, a monster, half bull and half human, slain in the Labyrinth by Theseus
terracotta

a hard waterproof ceramic clay used in pottery and building construction
hero
a man noted for his courage
labyrinth
maze
hubris
arrogance, excessive pride
destiny
the fortune, fate, or lot of a particular person or thing, considered as something determined or appointed in advance
fate
the invisible force or power that is supposed to determine the course of events
oracle
a shrine for the worship and consultation of a god who revealed knowledge or disclosed the future
in res media
in or into the middle of a sequence of events, as in a literary narrative
prophetess
a woman who can foretell the future and give wise or inspired advice; a soothsayer
epic
a long poem about heroic characters who perform outstanding deeds
oral tradition
a history that is passed on by word of mouth rather than written

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