Titans and Olympians

Titans and Olympians

Greek & Roman Myth

Unknown - 1997
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The ancient Greeks and Romans created the most enduring cultures known to humanity and a pantheon of gods who live on in some of the greatest myths ever told: of Athena, goddess of battle, of Dionysus, god of wine and fertility, and of Narcissus, who fell in love with his own reflection.
Publisher: Amsterdam : Time-Life Books, c1997
ISBN: 9780705435130
Branch Call Number: 292.13 Tit
Characteristics: 144 p. : ill., map ; 29 cm
Additional Contributors: Maitland, Sara
Allan, Tony


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Feb 01, 2012

This book is perfect if you, like me, don't know the history and background of Greek mythology. The writing is clear, interesting, and supported with both photographs and artwork to reinforce the characters. There is a two-to-three page section for each of the major gods and goddesses, and as you learn about each one, you'll find yourself reading back in the book to fill in any voids. About halfway through the book, there is a family tree, so you can quickly see how the gods were related to each other. A completely enjoyable read.

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