In the beginning, Antigone wanted to bury her brother because she felt it was her duty by the Gods to do so. She goes out into the middle of the night to bury her dead brother, a traitor to Thebes.
Creon soon finds out that Antigone is the one who buried her brother and decides that instead of killing her, he will put her in a cave for the rest of her life. Antigone accepts this punishment and does not regret burying her brother.
In Antigone, Creon has a moment of Hamartia when he thinks that someone is going to bury the body that he said not to bury. This Paranoia makes him choose decisions that are not really the best. The reason he could have Paranoia is that he was newly crown king and he might think that people do not like him already.
Concept: Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix
In Harry Potter and the Order of the Pheonix, Harry has a moment of Hamartia when he thinks he is becoming bad, just like Voldemort.
In Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, by J.K Rowling, Harry has a moment of Hamartia when he thinks that he is becoming a bad person just like Voldemort. He thinks this because he has moments where Voldemort is in his head. Harry has a moment of hamartia, just as Creon does in Antigone.