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Greek Mythology Creation Story Explained in Animation
The Routledge Handbook of Greek Mythology
Visit the exciting days of Ancient Greek and Rome, when powerful gods played, and people were the pawns. As the gods and Titans who ruled over ancient Greece and Rome plotted and planned and interfered in the lives of mortals and heroes alike, wise leaders, power-hungry dictators, horrible monsters, wild satyrs and mere humans became their playthings in their games of love, lust, war, and ordinary things. Available for your computer and your mobile device. Get it for FREE right now! Free eBooks Promotions eBook Readers. Berens eBook file s submitted by E. Rate this book.
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E. M. Berens
This short review of the Greek pantheon there is little about Rome , is part of a series of inexpensive adult education books published during the s. WE have already said that Homer was not the starting-point for Greek religion, yet we begin with Homer. This for a double reason. First, the gods of Homer are fairly familiar to all, and it is well to begin with what is known; second, mythology is our main concern, and though he is certainly not the starting-point for religion, yet Homer undoubtedly is the starting-point for mythology. For this statement we have the best authority, that of Herodotus. Happily for us, under the stimulus of foreign travel, and especially of a visit paid to Egypt, the great historian came to reflect on the origins of his own religion. He has left us the following significant statement, a statement which should always stand at the head of any and every discussion of Greek mythology.
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