According to The encyclopedia of Indo-European Culture goat entrails were used as a part of a Greek funeral ceremony as sops for the Greek canine of the underworld Cerberus. So the goat seems to be associated with the dead. It has also been said that the goat is quite friendly to the shepherd and so his death seems tragic. Goats are also associated with the god Dionysus.
According to The encyclopedia of Indo-European Culture goat entrails were used as a part of a Greek funeral ceremony as sops for the Greek canine of the underworld Cerberus.
So the goat seems to be associated with the dead. It has also been said that the goat is quite friendly to the shepherd and so his death seems tragic.
Goats are also associated with the god Dionysus. Drama came to us from religious worship. Greek plays were often presented to honor the god Dionysus but mainly in Athens. This was the celebration of the Great Dionysia, a festival for the god Dionysus, but for men only. In other parts of Greece festivals for the god Dionysus included women so the festival in Athens was unique, but it was also unique in that dramas were produced.
The question of whether women participated in drama and what was her part is the subject of great debate. Most information has woman excluded from the theaters in Classical times.
Before this the situation is fuzzy. The theater grew out of religious festivals and there is evidence that women participated in festivals where women played the part of a goddess in the Minoan Culture. The Bacchae of Euripides is important because the drama actually includes Dionysus as one of the actors.
It is confusing because in it one of the Maenads Greek: But this cannot be true because of the remarkable similarities of the cult of Dionysus to the cults depicted on the artifacts from the Minoan culture.
In fact the name is found among the texts of the Mycenaean culture from Crete. This is dicussed by Carl Kerenyi in his book Dionysos on page Euripides does admit to a Cretan source for drama when the Maenads sing, Hail thou, O Nurse of Zeu, O Caverned Haunt Where fierce arms clanged to guard God's cradle rare, For thee of old some crested Korybant First woke in Cretan air The wild orb of our orgies, Our timbrel; and thy gorges Rang with this strain; and blended Phrygian chant And sweet keen pipes were there.
The dithyramb is a frenzied dance and one can see this in the behavior of the Korybantes. It is the Maenads in the The Bacchae that perform in this way. The connection between the dithyramb and the drama is suggested by The BacchaeLineProphesy Cleaves to all frenzy, but beyond all else To frenzy of prayer, Then in us verily dwells The god himself, and speaks the thing to be.
In drama, then the god can be said to speak, and because of the divine nature of his speech the future can describe. It seems as though it is the soul of spirit of a person that is in touch with god that thus can then speak.
The realm of Dionysus often given as that of wine. But it may be that it is the ability of wine to affect the spirit of man that is really important. It is certainly the spirit that is the target of drama.
He giveth sleep to sink the fretful day In cool forgetting. Yet in that context they are forced. The maidens wore robes of light linen, and the youths well woven shirts that were slightly oiled.
The girls were crowned with garlands, while the young men had daggers of gold that hung by silver baldrics; sometimes they would dance deftly in a ring with merry twinkling feet, as it were a potter sitting at his work and making trial of his wheel to see whether it will run, and sometimes they would go all in line with one another, and much people was gathered joyously about the green.
There was a bard also to sing to them and play his lyre, while two tumblers went about performing in the midst of them when the man struck up with his tune.
In this story Dionysus can also be identified with the Minotaur and his death. The activity on the island of Naxos appears to be an orgy where Ariadne is transformed to the wife of Dionysus and the Minotaur is transformed to the god Dionysus.
In the story of the Minotaur Dionysus is associated with the sacrifice of a bull. In Athens he is more associated with the sacrifice of a goat. Even so in The Bacchae Dionysus is associated with a bull, line"And is it a Wild bull this, that walks and waits Before me?
There are horns upon thy brow! What art thou, man or beast? For surely now The bull is on thee!Imitated Greek satyr plays.
10 performers: 7men, 3 women. Traveling troupes. Staged comedies. Consisted of improvisation. Scenarios. The male lover, then switched to his most famous role-the military figure Captain Spavento.
*professional soldier, poet, musician, and linguist. The roles of women in Greek drama are all roles conceived by men, because all the ancient Greek playwrights were men.
And the actors were usually men, too. Of course, they turned to the women in their lives as models, because the women in the plays were frequent and important. Imitated Greek satyr plays. 10 performers: 7men, 3 women.
Staged comedies. Consisted of improvisation. Scenarios. The male lover, then switched to his most famous role-the military figure Captain Spavento. *professional soldier, poet, musician, and linguist.
A list of all the best tragedy movies ever made, many of which are streaming on Netflix and Amazon Prime. To see a more general overview of dramas currently streaming, go to The Best Dramas on Amazon Prime and The Best Drama Films on Netflix Instant..
This tragedy movie list can be sorted by cast, year, director, and more. I know many many women who do not behave remotely like what you are describing. Americans do end up producing women like Sandra Day O’Conner, and Ruth Ginsburg, and the Astronauts, and the thousands of very highly educated Professors around the country, and Police of Cheifs, and Mayors, and Congress women, etc.
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