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Of Beren and Luthien By Joseph Mailhiot
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This is a story written by a boy who likes a girl. The book is about 'them', with excerpts from friends! This book was created for Darya, about her, for her birthday!
Of Beren and Luthien By Joseph Mailhiot
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This is a story written by a boy who likes a girl. The book is about 'them', with excerpts from friends! This book was created for Darya, about her, for her birthday!
Book of Great Chain Letters By Johnna Beren
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This is a book of great chain letters that i have received. Read if you dare!
Reflections of Reality By Nathaniel Berens
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A photographic documentation of my exloprations into Michigan's abandoned buildings. After purchase it will take about a month for it to be printed, bound and delivered.
Myths and Legends of Ancient Greece and Rome: Dunda Books Classic By E.M. Berens
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Greek mythology is the body of myths and legends belonging to the ancient Greeks concerning their gods and heroes, the nature of the world, and the origins and significance of their own cult and... More > ritual practices. They were a part of religion in ancient Greece. Modern scholars refer to the myths and study them in an attempt to throw light on the religious and political institutions of Ancient Greece, its civilization, and to gain understanding of the nature of myth-making itself. In Ancient Roman times, a new Roman mythology was born through syncretization of numerous Greek and other foreign gods. This occurred because the Romans had little mythology of their own and inheritance of the Greek mythological tradition caused the major Roman gods to adopt characteristics of their Greek equivalents.< Less
Myths and Legends of Ancient Greece and Rome By E. M. Berens
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E. M. Berens classical work, fully illustrated with the original drawings.
THE MYTHS AND LEGENDS OF ANCIENT GREECE AND ROME (Illustrated) Paperback II By E.M. BERENS
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A Handbook Of Mythology: The Myths And Legends Of Ancient Greece And Rome by E.M. Berens, contains 60 beautiful illustrated artworks by Babette van den Berg.
The Myths and Legends of Ancient Greece and Rome (Illustrated) By E.M. Berens
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A Handbook Of Mythology: The Myths And Legends Of Ancient Greece And Rome by E.M. Berens, contains 60 colour illustrated artworks by Babette van den Berg. Greek and Roman myths explain the origins of... More > the world and details the lives and adventures of a wide variety of gods, goddesses, heroes, heroines, and other mythological creatures.< Less
Myths & Legends of Ancient Greece & Rome By E. M. Berens
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Myths & Legends of Ancient Greece & Rome by E. M. Berens - A Handbook of Greek & Roman Mythology - The gods knew no limitation of time or space, being able to transport themselves to... More > incredible distances with the speed of thought. They possessed the power of rendering themselves invisible at will, and could assume the forms of men or animals as it suited their convenience. They could also transform human beings into trees, stones, animals, &c., either as a punishment for their misdeeds, or as a means of protecting the individual, thus transformed, from impending danger. . . .< Less
Myths & Legends of Ancient Greece & Rome By E. M. Berens
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Myths & Legends of Ancient Greece & Rome by E. M. Berens - A Handbook of Greek & Roman Mythology - The gods knew no limitation of time or space, being able to transport themselves to... More > incredible distances with the speed of thought. They possessed the power of rendering themselves invisible at will, and could assume the forms of men or animals as it suited their convenience. They could also transform human beings into trees, stones, animals, &c., either as a punishment for their misdeeds, or as a means of protecting the individual, thus transformed, from impending danger. . . .< Less