Place-names in Classical Mythology: Greece

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ABC-CLIO, Jan 1, 1989 - Travel - 350 pages
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Some 1,000 Greek place-names are listed, defined, and located. Includes rivers, towns, mountains, regions, seas, islands, and other topographical features. Each is briefly described first for purposes of setting; then follows an account of its founding, lineage of the ruling houses, associated heroic events, migrations, festivals, and principal deities. Existing ruins associated with myth are described, while a guide to personae enables any mythological "being" to be traced through the main body of the work to all places with which that figure was identified. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR

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