The Hero's Journey In Greek Mythology Summary

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The Hero’s Journey,Carthage,Rome, the GSDG 1.What is the Hero 's Journey? The Hero’s Journey is a structure identified in all the myths.This structure contains departure,initiation,and return.The departure includes: call to adventure, refusal to the call,supernatural aid,crossing the threshold,and belly of the whale.The initiation includes:the road of trials,the meeting with the goddess,temptation,atonement with the father, apotheosis,and the ultimate boom.And the return includes:refusal of the return,the magic flight,rescue from without,the crossing of the return threshold,master of two worlds,and freedom to live.This structure is based on overcoming the challenges.Not of all of this elements are included in all the stories but it have…show more content…
At the end she have a lot of land and she decided to build the city there.While the years passed Yarbas the king of the moors decided to propose marriage to Dido but Dido refuses.He kept trying but Dido kept refusing , at the end Dido did not support the pressure and decided to throw herself into pyre of fire. Summary:Dido’s father die,and his brother kill her husband making her not able to reign, so she went to another city to find a place where she can build a city.She found a place in the place that is now Tunisia, she said to the natives that she was going to own the land that a skin of an ox covered.she cut the the skin into…show more content…
Goal #5: is based basically on achieving gender equality and empower of all women and girls. Goal #9 :is based on building resilient infrastructure, promote inclusive and sustainable industrialization and foster innovation. 5.The Relation Between Rome and Carthage According to their Foundational Myth: The relationship between Rome and Carthage according to their foundational myth are that in both myths present situations of gender inequality in Rome’s myth is when the daughter of numitor could not be the queen because she was a women.And in Carthage myth is when Dido couldn 't be the queen of her city because his brother didn 't agree and the opinions of men were worth more than those of women (goal #5).The second relationship were that both myths talk about creating a new city
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