Breve Historia de la Mitologia Griega

Breve Historia de la Mitologia Griega

by Fernando Lopez Trujillo
     
 

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Dioses, héroes, centauros, hidras, dragones… subamos al monte Olimpo para descubrir sus caprichos y devaneos amorosos, sus iras y conspiraciones, sus guerras y luchas de poder. Descubre el lado más humano de las deidades, las increíbles peripecias de los personajes semi-divinos y otros seres mitológicos que conforman el imaginario colectivo

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Dioses, héroes, centauros, hidras, dragones… subamos al monte Olimpo para descubrir sus caprichos y devaneos amorosos, sus iras y conspiraciones, sus guerras y luchas de poder. Descubre el lado más humano de las deidades, las increíbles peripecias de los personajes semi-divinos y otros seres mitológicos que conforman el imaginario colectivo de nuestra cultura.

Fernando López Trujillo (Argentina, 1954) graduated as professor of History from the Department of Philosophy and Humanities at the University of Buenos Aires in 1993. He later carried out post-graduate studies in Political Science, where he specialized in power relations and the new international order. As a researcher and acting professor, he became especially interested in the ancient history of Greece and Rome and, consequently, in the beliefs that nourished their societies. He is the author of dozens of publications in specialized media and of the books Vidas en rojo y negro: Una historia del anarquismo en la década infame, with prologue by Osvaldo Bayer, and Dioses y Diosas de la Grecia Antigua y Dioses y Diosas de la Antigua Roma, both published by Edimat (Madrid) in 2007.

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9788497636568
Publisher:
Nowtilus, S.L., Ediciones
Publication date:
10/01/2008
Series:
Breve Historia
Edition description:
Spanish-language Edition
Pages:
352
Product dimensions:
5.00(w) x 7.40(h) x 0.90(d)

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Fernando L�pez Trujillo (Argentina, 1954) graduated as professor of History from the Department of Philosophy and Humanities at the University of Buenos Aires in 1993. He later carried out post-graduate studies in Political Science, where he specialized in power relations and the new international order. As a researcher and acting professor, he became especially interested in the ancient history of Greece and Rome and, consequently, in the beliefs that nourished their societies. He is the author of dozens of publications in specialized media and of the books Vidas en rojo y negro: Una historia del anarquismo en la d�cada infame, with prologue by Osvaldo Bayer, and Dioses y Diosas de la Grecia Antigua y Dioses y Diosas de la Antigua Roma, both published by Edimat (Madrid) in 2007.

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