The Hero's Journey: Dido Of Carthage Myth

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Lina Maria Velasquez 7B Traveling into an unknown world ➸➸➸➸➸➸➸➸➸ The Hero’s Journey INDEX: The Hero’s Journey ………………………………...………….… 3 Rome’s Foundational Myth ………………………....……….. 4 Dido of Carthage Myth ………………………………....………. 5 Brief explanation about the GSDG ………………….…….. 6 Relationship of the GSDG and the myths ...…...……… 7 The Hero’s Journey What is The Hero’s Journey? The Hero's Journey is a traditional story time that follows a cycle in terms of “Departure, Initiation and Return”, always the hero has an adventure, then the crisis, the victory, and finally the return. The stories or historical events have “The Hero’s Journey”, because every story has its own hero. What are the steps of “The Hero’s Journey” As…show more content…
These brothers were part of the “monarchy”, their great uncle named Amulius was the king of Alba Longa, he took over the kingdom, because he was the youngest brother among he and Numitor, the grandfather of the founders of Rome. The daughter of Numitor was a nun, but she had two kids with the god Mars. Amulius sent the twin brothers through the Tiber river, to “disappear” the boys, but a she-wolf took care of them until they grew up. The destiny guide them to found a new and powerful city in which the people would live safe and happy. But the ambition led the two brothers fight and divided. Finally, Remus died in the fight against his brother, and Romulus got the power as the ruler of…show more content…
It makes opportunities accessible to all people, supported by innovation and resilient infrastructure. Basic infrastructure like roads, information and communication technologies, sanitation, etc, scarce in many developing countries. Global Sustainable Development Goals & myths The relationship between the GSDG N° 9 and the Romulus and Remus myth; This goal talk about industry, innovation and infrastructure, Romulus and Remus built a great city, in terms of innovation, knowledge and architecture The relationship between the GSDG N° 9 and the Dido of Carthage myth; The city that Dido created was rich in innovating buildings and edifications like the port of Carthage The relationship between the GSDG N° 5 and the Dido of Carthage myth; Just for the reason of being a women, Dido couldn’t be queen of her father’s city (Tyre), but she was it of her own city. The relationship between the GSDG N° 5 and the Romulus and Remus myth; This goal talk about the gender equality, when Amulius order that Numitor daughter become a nun, was because he knowed that was impossible that she became a queen of the

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