The Gods of Greece and Rome
Courier Corporation, 1. jan. 2003 - 298 sider
From famous denizens of Olympus to anonymous river nymphs and sea monsters, the deities of the ancient world populate the pages of this resource. Richly readable and informative, it defines the myths in terms of their influence on Western literature, and depicts the role of the deities in everyday life.
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DEMETER GAIACERES TELLUS
EROS AMOR AND PSYCHE
HADES PLUTO PERSEPHONE PROSERPINA AND THE LOWER WORLD
CHAPTER XV DIONYSOSBACCHUS
THE LESSER GODS
RHEA KYBELEMAGNA MATER
THE INFERIOR GODS OF THE SEA AND THE RIVERS
ancient Aphrodite Apollo appeared arms Artemis Athena battle beauty became believed brought called carried celebrated CHAPTER closely daughter dead death deities Delphi Demeter Diana Dionysos divine earth Eros especially eyes fall father festival fire gave give given goddess gods golden Greeks guardian hand head heart heaven held Hence Hephaistos Hera Herakles Hermes hero Hestia Homer honour horses human idea illustrations important island Italy Jupiter king land later light lived look maidens moon mortal mother mountain nature nymphs offered Olympos once originally poets Poseidon priests protection Psyche queen race raised received recognised remained represented river Roman Rome round rule sacred sanctuary seemed soon spring statue stood temple thought took translation Troy victory whole wild wine worship youth Zeus
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