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Myths and Legends of Ancient Greece and Rome By E. M. BERENS
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Myths and legends of Ancient Greece and Rome. A classic introductory text.
ILIADE AFRICAINE AFRICAN ILIAD français - english By Anta Barry
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Was Homer an African griot ? An afrocentric vision for this european classic.
MYth: Inflammation II By Zelda Wang
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MYth: Inflammation Book II MYth is a collection of original short stories inspired by the classic Greek mythology. (Book reading from RIGHT to LEFT.) Inflammation is the story about Hephaestus, the... More > god of fire and forges.< Less
MYth: Distillation By Zelda Wang
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The fifth title from the MYth web-comic, a series of original short stories inspired by the classic Greek mythology. "Distillation" tells the story about the birth of Athena. (due to book... More > opening to the left, the back cover is shown as front cover)< Less
MYth: Will By Zelda Wang
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The fourth title from the MYth web-comic, a series of original short stories inspired by the classic Greek mythology. "Will" is the story of Hera finding her happiness. (due to book... More > opening to the left, the back cover is shown as front cover)< Less
The Age of Fable By Thomas Bulfinch
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Bulfinch’s Mythology, first published in 1855, is one of the most popular collections of mythology of all time. It consists of three volumes: The Age of Fable, The Age of Chivalry, and Legends... More > of Charlemagne. This is a recording of the tenth edition of the first volume, The Age of Fable. It contains many Greek and Roman myths, including simplified versions of The Iliad and The Odyssey, as well as a selection of Norse and “eastern” myths. Thomas Bulfinch’s goal was to make the ancient myths accessible to a wide audience, and so it is suitable for children.< Less
Activitates Liberis, vol. 1: Mingle with Myth By Kevin Jefferson
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A collection of lessons and activities in Classical art and mythology designed especially for the elementary school classroom. Explore the stories of Perseus, Hercules, Aeneas, Pandora, and more!... More > Complete with background information for every lesson; no previous experience in the Classics is necessary.< Less
Activitates Liberis, vol. 1: Mingle with Myth By Kevin Jefferson
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A collection of lessons and activities in Classical art and mythology designed especially for the elementary school classroom. Explore the stories of Perseus, Hercules, Aeneas, Pandora, and more!... More > Complete with background information for every lesson; no previous experience in the Classics is necessary.< Less
The Odd Eye Sees By Scott A. Nicholson
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A collection of poems inspired and based upon Homer's Odyssey, The Odd Eye Sees explores the human psychology and modern vice upon the Greek epic classic. Scott A. Nicholson was born on the... More > outskirts of Los Angeles where he explored the greater area from a cluttered outpost amongst its vast valleys. He moved to New Orleans to be inspired by the music of the city and its gritty inhabitants, where he has found a hobby and delirious comfort in marrying the classic styles of meter & rhyme with the contemporary voices of blank verse whilst pursuing his true passion of collecting and carpeting the floors with literary agent form rejection letters. Unpublished on paper but willing to try new things, he is survived by a Parker click-retractable pen.< Less
The Odd Eye Sees By Scott A. Nicholson
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A collection of poems inspired and based upon Homer's Odyssey, The Odd Eye Sees explores the human psychology and modern vice upon the Greek epic classic. Scott A. Nicholson was born on the... More > outskirts of Los Angeles where he explored the greater area from a cluttered outpost amongst its vast valleys. He moved to New Orleans to be inspired by the music of the city and its gritty inhabitants, where he has found a hobby and delirious comfort in marrying the classic styles of meter & rhyme with the contemporary voices of blank verse whilst pursuing his true passion of collecting and carpeting the floors with literary agent form rejection letters. Unpublished on paper but willing to try new things, he is survived by a Parker click-retractable pen.< Less

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