8 edition of Greek and Roman mythology, A to Z found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Kathleen N. Daly ; revised by Marian Rengel.|
|LC Classifications||BL715 .D26 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2009008243|
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Zeus (a Greek god) is depicted here throwing lightning. However, the Romans would assume this was a depiction of Jupiter, the king of gods. The Greek mythology names of the gods and goddesses varied from the Roman names, although each culture ascribed to deities with comparable powers and spheres of influence. The following table shows those areas and the . Greek and Roman Mythology, A to Z by Kathleen N. Daly; Marian Rengel Call Number: DAL. ISBN: This eBook is good because it has the whole book of Greek and Roman Mythology A to Z on it. You can look at each page on a PDF or HTML. (submitted by Chris H) My source has both Greek and Roman Mythology and it gives all the basics Author: Sarah Hunicke.
Sphinx In Greek mythology the sphinx had the body of a lion, the head of a woman and wings like an eagle. Styx In Greek mythology the River Styx was the boundary between the world of the living and the underworld. The dead had to cross it in a boat. T. The Cerastes, “horned”, is one of the many snakes born from the blood of Medusa in the Libyan desert. It receives a passing mention in Lucan’s catalogue of snakes. Another cerastes mentioned by Theophrastus and Pliny, in the form of a two-horned .
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It is updated to recent facts and is extremely easy to find information. It not only contains the names of hundreds of Greek and Roman gods and goddesses, it also explains the origins of those gods/goddesses/5. Greek and Roman Mythology A to Z has more than alphabetically arranged entries, ranging in length from a paragraph to several pages.
Of these, more than 60 are new, and many others have been expanded/5(6). The Hardcover of the Greek and Roman Mythology A to Z by Kathleen N.
Daly at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or more. Due to COVID, orders may be delayed.5/5(1). Greek and Roman Mythology, A to Z. According to many scholars, ancient Greece and Rome provided the A to Z book of Western culture.
More than two millennia later, myths of both civilizations are still being studied for their rich storytelling and insight into the cultures that spawned them.
Their continued retelling speaks to their universal appeal.5/5(1). Greek and Roman Mythology A to Z Kathleen N. Daly, Marian Rengel This is a great book if you just need to look up some quick information on a Greek or Roman god.
It does go into detail on some of the more important characters like Hercules, but most just have a few paragraphs. More than two millennia later, myths of both civilizations are still being studied for their rich storytelling and insight into the cultures that spawned them. Their continued retelling speaks to their universal appeal.
This revised edition of ""Greek and Roman Mythology A to Z"" illuminates the mythology 4/5(42). Greek and Roman Mythology A to Z, 3rd edition Kathleen N. Daly Presents the gods, goddesses, heroes, places, and other aspects of Greek and Roman mythology in alphabetically arranged entries.
A to Z of Greek mythology looking at features beginning with Z. Zelus – Minor god, son of Pallas and god of Rivalry. Zephyrus - Anemoi god, son of Astraeus and Eos.
Greek god of the West Wind. Zetes - Greek hero, son of Boreas and Oreithyia, one of the Boreads, brother to Calais. Named as an Argonaut and pursuer of the Harpies. apOllO The only god to have the same name in both Greek and Roman mythology. He has many functions: He was the god of poetry, music, xii Greek and Roman Mythology A to Z archery, prophecy, and the art of healing.
He was a sun god of great antiq- uity, just and wise and of. An encyclopedic A-to-Z guide, this beautifully illustrated volume offers hundreds of rich, fascinating definitions of major and minor characters, creatures, and places of classical mythology.
Classical Mythology A-to-Z is a comprehensive and engrossing guide to Greek and Roman mythology. texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK (US) Genealogy Lincoln Collection. National Emergency Library. Top American Libraries Canadian Libraries Universal Library Community Texts Project Gutenberg Biodiversity Heritage Library Children's Library.
Open : The book Greek and Roman Mythoglogy A-Z by Kathleen N. Daly is an excellent account of Greek and Roman culture. It is updated to recent facts and contains perpetuate amounts of self-reference to its own chapters.
Its easy to find information is key to any myhtology lover or student looking for reference. This books good aspects outshine its by: Ancient Greek and Roman Gods is an informational text that describes the gods worshipped by Greeks and Romans.
They were a lot like humans except larger, stronger, more beautiful, and immortal. The stories and beliefs about these gods have played a role in how people think and act today. This book describes several of the most important. Read the First Chapter of Greek and Roman Mythology A to Z for Free The Creators About Kathleen N.
Daly (Author): Kathleen N. Daly is a published author of children's books and young adult books.4/5(49). A to Z of Greek mythology looking at features beginning with I.
Iapetus – Titan god, son of Ouranus and Gaia, husband of Clymene, and father to Atlas, Menoetius, Prometheus and god of Mortality. Iasion - Mortal son of Zeus and the Pleiad Electra, brother of Dardanus. Beloved of Demeter who bore by him Plutos, the Greek god of Wealth. This is a great book if you just need to look up some quick information on a Greek or Roman god.
It does go into detail on some of the more important characters like Hercules, but most just have a few paragraphs. My main complaint is that even though it says "Greek AND ROMAN Mythology" about 75% of the characters covered are Greek in Edition: 3rd.
Greek and Roman mythology A to Z by Kathleen N. Daly. Publication date Topics Mythology, Classical -- Encyclopedias, Juvenile, Mythology, Classical -- Encyclopedias Publisher Facts On File Collection Internet Archive Books.
Delaware County District Library (Ohio) Scanned in : Get this from a library. Greek and Roman mythology A to Z. [Kathleen N Daly; Marian Rengel] -- Alphabetically listed entries identify and explain the characters, events, important places, and other aspects of Greek and Roman mythology.
Greek and Roman Mythology A to Z Hardcover – 30 Sept. by Kathleen N. Daly (Author)/5(6). The complete A-to-Z names index of Roman deities, spirits, demons, monsters and other legendary characters from Classical Roman mythology. The Mythology A to Z series explores the world's most important myths and legends in an accessible style designed for young readers.
Each comprehensive volume contains more than well-constructed entries on the major figures, places, stories, objects, and themes of a given mythology.4/5(42).a distinctly Roman mythology is a matter of contention.
There is little evidence for a narrative fabric of myths comparable to and autonomous of Greek mythology. The Roman myths that do exist—or, as they are often called, legends—concern quasi-historical fig-ures, beginning with Romulus and includingFile Size: 7MB.