Midterm Study Guide for Humanities 101 I You should study the themes that we have discussed in relation to each of the texts. These themes are best studied in relation to the passages that we have discussed in lecture or other significant passages in yo ur texts. However, I list these themes below: quest for immortality; the heroic code of Homer; humans in relation to the divine; the role of art and epic poetry in relation to immortality; male friendship; grief and mourning; human reason and intelligenc e as both gift and liability; savagery vs. civilization; the individual self in relation to both family and city; the heroic individual and his/her isolation (commitment to values that transcend those of the community). II Terms, Concepts, etc. you should be familiar with for the Midterm (this is a basic but not exhaustive list; that is, there could be material on the midterm that is not on this list). Be sure to consult all the lecture outlines and use them as a study guide as well the list below. Akkad ian and Sumerian cultures Cuneiform writing Sin – liqe – unninni Bilgames stories Foremost Deities of Babylonian culture (those who appear in Giglamesh epic) All the characters in Gilgamesh Uruk Ziggurat Mycenaean Era Heroic Age Dark Ages Heinr ich Schliemann Oral Tradition Boar’s tusk helmet , Figure of Eight shield Marriage of Peleus and Thetis Judgment of Paris Timê Kleos Aristei a Xenia Major gods and characters in the Iliad Festival of Dionysus/ City Dionysia as civic or religious festival Attributes of Dionysus Agon Satyr play Sophists Socrates Miletus Charges against Socrates Oracle at Delph For a custom paper on the above topic, place your order now! What We Offer: On-time delivery guarantee PhD-level writers Automatic plagiarism check 100% money-back guarantee 100% Privacy and Confidentiality High Quality custom-written papers