Ancient Roman Mythology
As the Roman Empire expanded across Europe, Northern Africa, and the Middle East, it absorbed the culture of the conquered areas, taking in and re-interpreting their myths, resulting in a fascinating amalgamation of cultures and beliefs. Ancient Roman Mythology explores the creation myths and religious ceremonies of Ancient Rome and includes a useful guide to the principal characters of Roman mythology. Color photographs of Roman art and architecture.
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The Roman Empire
Religious Life in Rome
Who Was Who in Roman Mythology
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