Hippolytus-Hippolytus

Adjective

Supporting Quotes

  • Pias                                                                                                                     .
  • Ignorant                                                                                                             .
  • Un-dutiful                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        .
  • Hubristic                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        .
  • Conscientious                                                                                                   .
  • Misogynistic (Note: this didn't exist in Ancient Greece)
  • "...singing to heavenly Artemis..." (Focuses on honouring Artemis).       "It is only my piety that protects you, woman..." (Keeps his oath).
  • "No god who uses the night to work her wonders finds favours with me." (Doesn't realise the consequences of insulting a God.
  • "No god who uses the night to work her wonders finds favour with me." (Family, Children and Oikos; he is refusing to do his duty to the Oikos by not marrying and producing children).
  • "No god who uses the night..."                                                                       (Aphrodite) "...says that I am the vilest of the gods."                                  "He spurns sex and keeps clear of marriage."
  • "My mistress Artemis, I bring you this woven garland which I have made for you from the virgin meadow..."
  • "Why have you created women to live in the light of the sun and prove a bane, counterfeit coinage for mankind?"                                      "It is clear that a women is a great evil..."

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Hippolytus-Hippolytus

Adjective

Supporting Quotes

  • Pias                                                                                                                     .
  • Ignorant                                                                                                             .
  • Un-dutiful                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        .
  • Hubristic                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        .
  • Conscientious                                                                                                   .
  • Misogynistic (Note: this didn't exist in Ancient Greece)
  • "...singing to heavenly Artemis..." (Focuses on honouring Artemis).       "It is only my piety that protects you, woman..." (Keeps his oath).
  • "No god who uses the night to work her wonders finds favours with me." (Doesn't realise the consequences of insulting a God.
  • "No god who uses the night to work her wonders finds favour with me." (Family, Children and Oikos; he is refusing to do his duty to the Oikos by not marrying and producing children).
  • "No god who uses the night..."                                                                       (Aphrodite) "...says that I am the vilest of the gods."                                  "He spurns sex and keeps clear of marriage."
  • "My mistress Artemis, I bring you this woven garland which I have made for you from the virgin meadow..."
  • "Why have you created women to live in the light of the sun and prove a bane, counterfeit coinage for mankind?"                                      "It is clear that a women is a great evil..."

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