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         Greek Mythology:     more books (100)
  1. The Complete World of Greek Mythology by Richard Buxton, 2004-06-28
  2. 100 Characters from Classical Mythology: Discover the Fascinating Stories of the Greek and Roman Deities by Malcolm Day, 2007-01-26
  3. Heroes, Gods and Monsters of the Greek Myths by Bernard Evslin, 1984-10-01
  4. The Library of Greek Mythology (Oxford World's Classics) by Apollodorus, 2008-08-01
  5. The Greek Myths: Complete Edition by Robert Graves, 1993-04-06
  6. Classic Myths to Read Aloud: The Great Stories of Greek and Roman Mythology, Specially Arranged for Children Five and Up by an Educational Expert by William F. Russell, 1992-04-28
  7. The Routledge Handbook of Greek Mythology: Based on H.J. Rose's Handbook of Greek Mythology by Robin Hard, 2008-09-30
  8. Oh My Gods!: A Look-it-Up Guide to the Gods of Mythology (Mythlopedia) by Megan E. Bryant, 2009-09
  9. Bulfinch's Greek and Roman Mythology: The Age of Fable (Dover Thrift Editions) by Thomas Bulfinch, 2000-04-18
  10. Myths of the Ancient Greeks
  11. Greek Legends and Stories by M.V. Seton-Williams, 1999-03-01
  12. Greek Myths for Young Children (Stories for Young Children)
  13. Greek and Roman Mythology A to Z by Kathleen N. Daly, 2009-09-30
  14. The Genealogy of Greek Mythology: An Illustrated Family Tree of Greek Myth from the First Gods to the Founders of Rome by Vanessa James, 2003-09-15

1. Mythweb - Illustrated Encyclopedia Of Greek MythologyFeatures An Encyclopedic Re
Mythweb's illustrated encyclopedia of greek mythology.

2. Greek Mythology
Cataloged guide to the gods, myths, and heroes of greek mythology. Book Search. greek mythology. Greek History. Iliad and Odyssey
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3. Greek Mythology
Basic resource gleans information from a variety of sources into a single compilation. Find myths and genealogical charts of the gods. greek mythology. This is an introduction to Ancient greek mythology.
Greek Mythology
This is an introduction to Ancient Greek Mythology. It combines information from a number of sources and attempts to be a comprehensive referance work. To get back to this page use: J.M.Hunt

4. Greek Mythology Link, Home Page.
Comprehensive, hyperlinked guide to the mythology of Greece. Includes biographies, an image catalogue, and geological references. greek mythology Link. . GML Home Page
Greek Mythology Link Topics Biographies GROUPS Dictionary ... Search the GML CD-ROM Additions List of Recently Updated Files Since 1997 Homer is new, this morning,
and there is perhaps nothing so old as today's newspaper
About the Greek Mythology Link The Greek Mythology Link is a collection of myths retold by Carlos Parada, author of Genealogical Guide to Greek Mythology , published in 1993 (available at Amazon ). The GML contains texts, images, tables and maps. The mythical accounts are based exclusively on ancient sources. ELUCIDATION Additions List of Recently Updated Files Greek Mythology Link Technical description - April 3, 2003 Size: 126096 KB
Pages: 1341
Images: 6410 Myths are immortal
Web sites are not Greek Mythology Link CD-ROM The Essential Greek Mythology Link in PDF Said Yesterday ...

5. The World History Of Male Love LIBRARY/MYTHOLOGY/GREEK
The gay Greek myths, illustrated with period art from ancient Greece and Rome.

6. Greek Mythology
Kidsafe site devoted to the heroes, gods and monsters of greek mythology.Category Arts Literature Myths Greek Gods and Goddesses......Welcome to Mythweb. This site is devoted to the heroes, gods and monstersof greek mythology. If you have arrived here in the interface

Gods Heroes Today ... In the News Welcome to Mythweb. This site is devoted to the heroes, gods and monsters of Greek mythology. If you have arrived here in the interface of some other website or software company and would prefer to travel here directly, our address is . (By the way, if you see some banner or logo other than "Mythweb" on this page, it is not with our permission.) Fleet Gazelle Real world location: San Francisco, California, USA. Last revised: 12 February 2003. Author: Joel Skidmore Mythweb is guaranteed kidsafe. Click here Sister sites: Mesoweb and Cultures

William Harris looks at the Greek myths as part of a tradition of history.Category Arts Classical Studies Greek......greek mythology AND PREHISTORY. Preface; Chapter 1 The Heroes and their Deeds;Chapter 2 Women in Various Roles; Chapter 3 Domestication of Animals;
go to main index

8. Greek Mythology Today
Modern style retelling of the Greek Myths. A new one each month. Illustrated and in a fun style.Category Arts Literature Myths and Folktales Myths Greek......greek mythology today offers terrific information on the gods and mythsof ancient Greece, with superb student myth homework help.;;;;

9. Greek Mythology
A free textonly encyclopedia of greek mythology with short articles on many aspects.Category Arts Literature Myths and Folktales Myths Greek......The Encyclopedia of greek mythology (Click a letter for its volumeof the index). a . b . c . d . e . f . g . h . i . j . k . l

10. Meister_z Learning Center
Collection of Greek myths and legends as well as creation and flood myths from all over the world.

11. Greek Mythology


12. BookRags: Mythology Book Notes, Free Study Guide Online
Edith Hamilton's 1942 easy to read compendium of greek mythology, including sections on Roman and Norse mythology.
Atrocity Fate Women Comprehensive Guides to Classic Literature Author/Context Plot Summary Characters Objects ... Topic Tracking
Mythology by Edith Hamilton
Jump to: Table of Contents Part 1: The Gods, The Creat... Part 1, Chapter 2: Two Gods... Part 1, Chapter 3: How the ... Part 1, Chapter 4: The Earl... Part 2: Stories of Love...,... Part 2, Chapter 2: Eight Br... Part 2, Chapter 3: The Ques... Part 2, Chapter 4: Four Gre... Part 3: Heroes Before the T... Part 3, Chapter 2: Theseus Part 3, Chapter 3: Hercules... Part 3, Chapter 4: Atalanta... Part 4: Heroes of the Troja... Part 4, Chapter 2: The Fall... Part 4, Chapter 3: The Adve... Part 4, Chapter 4: The Adve... Part 5: Great Families..., ... Part 5, Chapter 2: The Roya... Part 5, Chapter 3: The Roya... Part 6: Less Important Myth... Part 6, Chapter 2: Brief My... Part 7: Norse Mythology, Ch... Part 7, Chapter 2: The Nors... Table of Contents Part 1: The Gods, The Creation..., Chapter 1: The Titans
Part 1, Chapter 2: Two Gods of Earth

Part 1, Chapter 3: How the World and Men were Created

Part 1, Chapter 4: The Earliest Heroes
Part 7, Chapter 2: The Norse Gods

Book Notes by Joel Christensen
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13. Greek Mythology
Devoted to the early greek mythology from the Iliad to the fall of the last tyrant.Category Arts Literature Myths and Folktales Myths Greek......greek mythology is a Web site devoted to early greek mythology. If you need detailed,referenced information about greek mythology, these pages have it.
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14. Immortals Of Greek Mythology
The Immortals. Aphrodite, Goddess of Love. Apollo, Son of Zeus. Ares, Godof War. Artemis, Daughter of Zeus. Athene, The Spoiler. Cheiron, The Centaur.
The Immortals
Aphrodite Goddess of Love Apollo Son of Zeus Ares God of War Artemis Daughter of Zeus Athene The Spoiler Cheiron The Centaur Circe The Dread Goddess Dawn The Goddess Eos Demeter Goddess of the Harvest Dione A mother to Aphrodite Enyo One of the Gray Sisters Eos Goddess of the Dawn Erida The Goddess, Hate Erinyes The Mist Walker Eris Twin Sister of Ares Eros Archer of Love Eurynome Mother of The Graces Fates All will kneel before them Gorgon Snake-Headed Medusa Graces May They Bless You Hades God of the Underworld Hebe Wife of Herakles Helios The Sun Hephaistos God of the Smith Hera The Most Beautiful Olympian Herakles Penultimate Hero Hermes Messenger of the Gods Hestia Goddess of the Hearth Hours Sisters of the Fates Hyperion The Titan, Father of Dawn Hypnos Sleep, Brother of Thanatos Io The Heifer Maiden Iris The Swift Footed Messenger Kalypso The Queenly Nympth Kronos Lord of the Titans Leto Mother of Apollo and Artemis Medusa The Gorgon Muses The Nine Sisters Nereids Daughters of Nereus Odysseus A Very Resourceful Traveler Pan The Goat God Persephone Wife of Hades Poseidon The Earth Shaker Prometheus The Rebel God Rheia Mother of the Olympians Rivers in The Iliad Skylla The Beast with Six Heads Styx The Oath River Thanatos The God, Death

15. Dilettante
Gay culture site, focusing on English and Egyptian history along with greek mythology.

16. Brave Women Warriors Of Greek Myth: An Amazon Roster
Brief summary of Amazon myths, listing of Amazon warriors. Part of Xena fan site.
IAXS Research Project No. 326
By Julie Ruffell
2513 words
Author's Note: Although Amazons have spread through many cultures, they originated from Greek myth. Xena also was inspired from the Greek world, so due to that, the following Amazons discussed are only from Greek myth. I also refer to Hercules as Herakles, because Herakles was his Greek name.
Graphic Editor's Note: While looking for pictures that would best illustrate this particular article, I found a very interesting site dedicated to serious scholastic study of Amazons. The pictures used in this article are by kind permission of Mag. Gerhard Poellauer, and readers are invited to visit her site at: [ Mysteries of Ancient History and Archaeology



Brave Women Warriors Of Greek Myth: An Amazon Roster Amazon rider.
The word Amazon is of unknown origin, however a folk etymology popped up which explained the word as being a deriviative of the preface "a-", meaning "without", followed by "mazos", meaning "breast". This folk etymology was supported by the folktale that Amazons cut off one breast to facilitate archery. However, this is most likely a story designed to discourage women from taking up archery. This speculation is supported by even the most casual observation of modern day female archers who are more than capable of using the bow with all breasts intact. Historically, Amazons were portrayed as beautiful women in Amazonomachies, which was an artform showing battles between the Amazons and Greeks. Amazons were trained to use all weapons and especially in single combat. They were honorable, courageous, brave and represented rebellion against sexism. Their tales spread quickly and soon stories of the Amazons were everywhere, including Africa, Asia, Europe, South America (the Amazon River was named after the female warriors), and North America in the mid-1900s with the comic book hero, Wonder Woman. The following is a list of eighty-two Amazons from Greek myth.

Database of characters from greek mythology, organised by topic, and including images, family trees Category Arts Literature Myths and Folktales Myths Greek......

18. GGGM Print Version, Greek Mythology Link.
. Genealogical Guide to greek mythology by. Carlos Parada. Print version. Information Orders. Contact greek mythology Link, Home Page.
By Carlos Parada, author of Genealogical Guide to Greek Mythology Genealogical Guide to Greek Mythology... by Carlos Parada Print version Available at Amazon Relevant links Relevant links: Publisher Print version: Paul Astroms Forlag
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Aknowledgement is due to The Swedish Council for Research in the Humanities and the Social Sciences for a grant in aid of publication. Available at Amazon Reviews Anna Lambraki, "Archeology", Athens, June 1994. "An exceptional work in its kind. Carlos Parada has given us an unique research tool and filled the void that had been noticeable until today." Sion M. Honea, "Phoenix"

19. Greek Mythology Homepage
A Thinkquest site for learning about greek mythology.

20. Greek Mythology Gods Olympians
He is famous for his oracle at Delphi. People travled to it from all over the greekworld to devine the future. His tree was the laurel. Greek Myth. JM.Hunt.
The Olympians
The Olympians are a group of 12 gods who ruled after the overthow of the Titans . All the Olympians are related in some way. They are named after their dwelling place Mount Olympus
Zeus overthew his Father Cronus . He then drew lots with his brothers Poseidon and Hades . Zeus won the draw and became the supreme ruler of the gods. He is lord of the sky, the rain god. His weapon is a thunderbolt which he hurls at those who displease him. He is married to Hera but, is famous for his many affairs . He is also known to punish those that lie or break oaths.
Poseidon is the brother of Zeus . After the overthow of their Father Cronus he drew lots with Zeus and Hades , another brother, for shares of the world. His prize was to become lord of the sea. He was widely worshiped by seamen. He married Amphitrite , a granddaughter of the Titon Oceanus At one point he desired Demeter . To put him off Demeter asked him to make the most beautiful animal that the world had ever seen. So to impress her Poseidon created the first horse. In some accounts his first attempts were unsucessful and created a varity of other animals in his quest. By the time the horse was created his passion for Demeter had cooled. His weapon is a trident, which can shake the earth, and shatter any object. He is second only to Zeus in power amongst the gods. He has a difficult quarrelsome personality. He was greedy. He had a series of disputes with other gods when he tried to take over their cities.

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