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Title: Goddesses and Heroines of Ancient Greece


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Goddesses and Heroines of Ancient Greece
2
  • 1. What?
  • Three Courses, 3 credits each
  • Anthropology 293
  • English 215
  • History 205

3
  • 2. When? May 1 - July 17
  • Trip To Greece
  • May 25 - June 22

4
  • Pre-Trip (CVC, T-TH, 600 - 900 p.m.) seven, 3
    hour seminars
  • May 1, May 6, May 8, May 13, May 15, May 20,
    May 22
  • Post Trip (CVC, TH, 600 - 900 p.m.) three, 3
    hour seminars
  • July 3, July 10, July 17

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  • 3. Who?
  • North Island College Students
  • Faculty
  • Anne Cumming
  • Dan Hinman-Smith
  • Jim Anderson

The Muses cavort with NIC students.
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  • 4. Where?

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  • 5. How Much Money?
  • Tourlite Accommodations In US 2,149
  • Flight 1,700
  • Food (Estimated) 700
  • Tuition (three 3-credit classes) 750
  • Fees 250
  • Extra Touring, Activities And Museums 200
  • Books 100
  • Estimated Total 5,849

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  • 6. Other Key Financial Information
  • a) Student Loans

N.B. The North Island College administration
has designed a system so that those students who
are dependent upon student loans will be able to
meet payment deadlines so long that they commit
themselves to the courses and trip. Ask Jim or
Dan about the details here.
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  • 6. Other Key Financial Information
  • b) Payment Deadlines
  • Upon Move Up From Waiting List 200 Deposit
  • March 26th (Airline Ticket) 1499
  • April 18th (Tourlite) US 2149
  • May 1st (Tuition and Fees) 1000

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  • May 26-27 Athens
  • Day 1 Arrive in Athens, Tour Plaka

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  • Day 2 Tuesday, May 27th
  • Tour Acropolis, Acropolis Museum and Keramikos
    Cemetery
  • The Panagia Spiliotas in the Theatre Dionysus

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Kerimikos Cemetery The Start Of The Sacred Way
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  • May 28-30 Delphi

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  • Day 3 Wednesday, May 28th
  • Tour Bus from Athens to Delphi -- Stop at
    Livadhia to drink at the Springs of Mnemosyne and
    Lethe, the goddesses of Memory and Forgetfulness,
    before visiting the Oracle of Trophonios and
    Osios Loukas Monastery.

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The site of the Oracle of Trophonious
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  • Osios Loukas Monastery

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  • Day 4 Thursday, May 29th -- Delphi
  • Visit the archaeological site and museum at
    Delphi
  • Will the Pythia offer you a prophecy?

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The Stadium at Delphi Site of the Pythian Games
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The Sanctuary Of Athena At Delphi
21
The Delphi Museum The omphalos and hanging
scarves at the Temple of Athena
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The site of the Castalian Fountain at Delphi
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  • Day 5 Friday, May 30th
  • Possible day hike up Mount Parnassas to the
    Corcyian Cave of Pan and his nymphs.

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  • May 31- June 2
  • Tinos

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  • Day 7 Sunday, June 1st
  • Day Excursion to Mykonos and Delos

26
Leto gives birth to Artemis and Apollo on the
island of Delos
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The sacred palm tree of Leto and Artemis on Delos
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  • June 3-5 Santorini

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  • Day 9 Tuesday, June 3rd
  • Travel from Tinos to Santorini. We transfer
    through the port of Parikia on Paros and will see
    if we have time to walk into town to the Church
    of Ekatondapyliani, the oldest church in Greece
    and the place where Helen, the mother of the
    Roman emperor Constantine the Great, is said to
    have stopped during her search for the True Cross.

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The frescoes of Akrotiri from Santorini
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The caldera at Santorini
33
  • June 6-8 Heraklion (In Style at the Hotel
    Castello)

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  • Day 13 Saturday, June 7th
  • Visit The Archaeological Museum of Heraklion in
    the a.m.

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. . . And The Palace Of Knossos in the p.m.
37
  • Day 14 Sunday, June 8th In Search Of The Caves
    Of Crete
  • The Dhiktean Cave -- Home to the baby Zeus

38
  • The Cave of Eilethyia, the goddess of childbirth

Eilethyia and the birth of Athena
39
  • June 9-10 Hania

40
  • Our anticipated accommodations in Hania at the
    Hotel Kriti.

41
  • Day 16 Tuesday, June 10th
  • Possible day hike of Samaria Gorge

42
  • June 12-13 Sparta (The city-state of Helen)

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  • Night 17-Day 18 Wed-Th, June 11th-12th
  • Travel from Hania to Sparta via overnight ferry
    to Piraeus and by bus from Athens to Sparta.
    Tour Eleusis west of Athens on the way.

44
Demeters well at Eleusis
Demeter welcomes back Persephone from the
Underworld at Eleusis
45
  • Day 19 Friday, June 13th
  • Tour Sparta in the a.m. . . .

The Menelaion
Temple of Artemis Orthia
46
The River Eurotas at Sparta and the rape of Leda
by Zeus. Is it here that the Trojan War began?
47
  • Day 19 Friday, June 13th
  • . . . And Mystras in the afternoon.

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  • June 14-17 Nauplion

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  • Day 20 Saturday, June 14th
  • Tour bus from Sparta to Nauplion. Visit Theatre
    and Asklepion at Epidaurus.

51
  • Possible Activity June 14th p.m. -- Viewing of
    Epidaurus Festival tragedy

The Sanctuary of Asclepius at Epidaurus
Dans father wails at the gods from the stage
at Epidaurus in 1998.
52
  • Day 21 Sunday, June 15th
  • Explore Nauplion

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  • Day 22 Monday, June 16th
  • Explore Mycenae and the Argive Plain

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The Argive Heraion just south of Mycenae
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  • June 18-21 Athens

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  • Day 24 Wednesday, June 18th
  • Tour Bus from Nauplion to Athens. Extensive
    tour of Ancient Korinth along the way.

57
The Acrocorinth Sacred to Aphrodite but not to
Paul
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The Heraion of Perachora Possible tour stop
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  • Day 25 Thursday, June 19th
  • East Of Athens Day Tour

The Sanctuary of Artemis at Brauron
60
Brauron is a worship site that dates to the
Neolithic Era (2000-1600 BC)
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Who is Iphigenia and why is her tomb at Brauron?
Why were garments of women who died in childbirth
dedicated to her there?
62
  • Day 25 East Of Athens Day Tour

Temples of Nemesis and Themis at Rhamnous
Rhamnous and Straits of Euboea from Rhamnous
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  • Day 26 Friday, June 20th
  • National Archaeological Museum in Athens

Statue of Aphrodite thwarting off Pans advances.
National museum sculpture originally found on
Delos.
Roman model of Phidias Athena statue from the
Parthenon
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  • Day 26 National Archaeological Museum

Schliemanns Mask of Agamemnon from Mycenae
Statue of Themis from Rhamnous
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  • Day 26 National Archaeological Museum

Wall fresco from Mycenae
Boxing boys and antelope frescoes from Santorini
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  • June 22 Return To Comox

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May Mnemosyne bless you with fond memories of
your trip.
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