Greek and Roman Mythology A to Z by Kathleen N Daly

By Kathleen N Daly

It is a nice booklet for those who simply have to lookup a few fast info on a Greek or Roman god. It does move into element on a number of the extra vital characters like Hercules, yet such a lot simply have a number of paragraphs. My major criticism is that although it says "Greek AND ROMAN Mythology" approximately seventy five% of the characters coated are Greek in beginning. it's great that every personality is categorised as both Greek or Roman even though. This made writing my Roman Mythology paper a lot more uncomplicated. a very good e-book for an individual attracted to Mythology :)

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New York Public Library Picture Collection) CLOELIA 31 CHIONE Daughter of Daedalion who was the son of Phosphorus (Lucifer), mother of Autolycus by HERMES and of Phillamon by APOLLO. southeast ASIA MINOR. Modern Cilicia is an area of southern Turkey lying between the Mediterranean Sea and the Taurus Mountains. CHIRON In Greek mythology, a CIRCE In Greek mythology, daughter of the sun of great wisdom and kindness, friend of both humans and gods. Possibly the son of CRONUS and Phylira, Chiron lived on Mount PELION in THESSALY.

She was the daughter of MNEMOSYNE and ZEUS and, some say, the mother of ORPHEUS. She is portrayed in art with a tablet and stylus and sometimes with a trumpet. The name calliope is given to a kind of whistling steam organ played at circuses. CALLIRHOË In Greek mythology, daughter of (Oeneous), king of CALYDON. Callirhoë married ALCMAEON, not knowing that he was already married to Arsinoë, a princess of ARCADIA. However, Callirhoë learned about the fabulous treasure of HARMONIA, a necklace and a robe, that Alcmaeon had inherited from his greedy mother, ERIPHYLE.

Metabus swam across the river and found that Diana had granted his prayer: His daughter was safe. Together they hid in the woods, where they lived for years. Later, Camilla became a warrior, very fast, very strong, and devoted to Diana. She fought against AENEAS, the Trojan hero, in his battle with Turnus, a prince of the RUTULI people. Camilla died in battle. VIRGIL tells the story of Camilla in the AENEID, where he described her as so swift that when she ran over a field of corn, not a blade bent, and when she ran over the sea, her feet did not get wet.

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