Myths of Ancient Rome

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Raintree Steck-Vaughn, 2001 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 48 pages
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A comprehensive series focuses on ancient myths that place stories in the context of the societies that created them. Readers can learn about ancient civilizations by investigating these fascinating native tales.

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Contents

General Introduction
5
Ceres and Proserpina
18
The Bloodthirsty God Mars
31
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About the author (2001)

DR. BRIAN INNES has been writing on criminal subjects since 1966. After contributing to the weekly publication The Unsolved, he provided a long series on forensic science for real life crimes. He is the author of Bodies of Evidence (from Reader's Digest October 2000) and many other books on crime. A scientist, Dr. Innes spent many years as a research biochemist and has written extensively on scientific topics. He currently resides in the south of France.

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