Gods, Heroes and Men of Ancient Greeceby W. H. D. Rouse
Life among the gods and goddesses of Ancient Greece was a pretty lively affair. Take the day that the great god Zeus asked his son to split open his head with an ax...or the time Apollo "kidnapped" a boadload of Cretans so he'd have someone to worship him...or the argument between Zeus and his wife, Hera, that ended when he hung her over the edge of heaven by her hends (with a big stone fastened to each foot). Here's a book that shakes the dust off mythology. You meet the gods and goddesses, the heroes and the men of Ancient Greece in fast-reading tales that are full of action and drama...humor and romance.
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