Who's who in Classical Mythology
This indispensable guide to all the Greek and Roman mythological characters, from major deities such as Athena and Bacchus to the lesser-known wood nymphs and centaurs, includes such heroic mortals as Jason, Aeneas, Helen, Achilles, and Odysseus--all brought to life in a series of portraits drawn from a wide variety of ancient literary sources.
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Whos who in classical mythology
List of Greek and Latin writers referred to in the dictionary
Acastus According Achilles Adrastus Aeetes Aegeus Aeneas Agamemnon Aias Amphitryon Aphrodite Apollo Arcadia Argonauts Argos Artemis Athena Athenian Atreus attacked Attica Augeas battle became Boeotia bore brother brought Cadmus Centaurs chariot Clytemnestra Corinth Creon Crete Cronos daughter death Delphi Delphic Oracle Demeter Diomedes Dionysus Eteocles Etruscan Euripides Eurystheus Eurytus father fell in love Gaia gave giants goddess gods Greek Hades Helen Helios Hephaestus Hera Heracles Hermes Homer horses husband Iolcus island Jason killed king kingdom later Lycus marriage married Medea Megara Menelaus Minos mortal mother Mount myth Neoptolemus nymph Odysseus Oedipus Oeneus Orestes Patroclus Peleus Pelias Pelops Persephone Perseus Polynices Poseidon Priam Prometheus punished rape refused River Roman Rome sailed sent ship sister sons Sparta story suitors Tarquinius Tartarus temple Thebes Theseus Thessaly Thetis throne Thyestes Titans told took tradition tried Trojan Trojan War Troy turned Tyndareos Underworld wife Zeus