The relationships between Greek gods and goddesses are often represented by genealogical tables – as at the beginning of your textbook. In this class, we have seen how most Greek gods and goddesses were also associated with specific places, both “real” (Athens) and “imagined” (Hades)

The relationships between Greek gods and goddesses are often represented by genealogical tables – as at the beginning of your textbook. In this class, we have seen how most Greek gods and goddesses were also associated with specific places, both “real” (Athens) and “imagined” (Hades). Your assignment is to produce a visual representation of the spatial as opposed to the genealogical relationships between Greek gods and goddesses, for example, by map or a collage, or by a combination of both.
You may hand draw a map or use a computer program, such as Google My Maps. If using Google, please submit a shareable link. Please also submit a few short sentences explaining your thought process behind the map. See Mini Lecture 4 on main Canvas page for more information about the

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