... In her foreword, what does Edith Hamilton state is the main difficulty with bringing
together a collection of myths like this one?
From the introduction, according to Hamilton, what are two ways Greek mythology
differs from the mythologies of the cultures before it?
What are at least three remnants ...
MythologyTime Machine – lesson plan Overview: You have shot
... -What types of foods do kids eat in Alypium? Are any taken from Greek Mythology?
(Nectar, Ambrosia = the foods of the gods.)
The Mythology Time Machine:
-Students should get in groups of 2. Each student in the group will “be” the character
from Mythology they have chosen and researched.
-Each group ...
The P-Funk mythology is a group of recurring fictional characters, themes and ideas related in a series of concept albums and live shows, primarily from George Clinton and his founded bands Parliament and Funkadelic.Funkadelic and Parliament are, in effect, the same band, with both bands at one time employing their musicians from the same pool, namely James Brown's backing bands (both the JBs, and the later Soul Gs). Musicians such as Bernie Worrell, Fred Wesley and Maceo Parker all at one time played with Parliament and/or Funkadelic. Due to contractual issues, where the names changed because of multiple switches in record labels, these two bands, along with George Clinton and the P-Funk All Stars and Bootsy's Rubber Band are nowadays collectively known as P-Funk.