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The Genealogy of Greek Mythology: An Ilustrated Family Tree of Greek Myth from the First Godsto the Founders of R

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 29, 2009

    Amazing

    excellent, gives an amazing illustration of the entire divine greek family

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted July 27, 2009

    A must for any mythology lover

    An incredible amount of information packaged nicely into a 17 foot family tree. Includes breif synopsis of most important figures. This book was very helpful for my mythology class as well as personal research.

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 15, 2014

    This book about the genealogy of the Greek Gods was an extremely

    This book about the genealogy of the Greek Gods was an extremely detailed tree of Gods, stories, and people. It starts of with the Greek version of genesis with Gaea and Uranus. Then it describes the Titans and how Prometheus created humans out of clay. I feel that it really relates to many of the topics we study in my world religions class. For example during our Christianity and Judaism unit, we discussed how God formed our world step by step. The Greek version of the beginning is similar were it starts off as darkness and chaos and eventually leads to Gaea, mother earth and the sky, Uranus. At first, when I was choosing a book to read and review for my class, I was not sure if the topics in this book would connect and relate to the major world religions studied in my class, however, many of the concepts and ideas in Greek mythology are mirrored in the religions and cultures we have today. For example, both Hinduism and Greek mythology have different versions of Gods that represent different aspects or things. 
    Furthermore, this book recalled my childhood memories of reading Percy Jackson and different stories of the Greek Gods. I feel that I made a good choice choosing this book as it expressed different components of Greek mythology really well. This book is great for anyone interested in Greek mythology.

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