Greek Myths & Legends

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Edc Pub, Jun 1, 2003 - Juvenile Fiction - 64 pages
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This superbly illustrated reference guide to the Greek myths includes brief outlines of all the most famous stories, brought to life with pictures by Rodney Matthews. This book features a densely packed Who's Who with over 200 entries which provide vital information on the family, career, personality and supernatural attributes of the Greek gods, heroes and monsters. This book is a thrilling introduction to the characters and adventures that make up the Greek myths, and can be used, in particular, as a source of inspiration for role-playing gamers. Book jacket.

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A wonderful introduction to Greek Mythology. - Goodreads
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... liked the ending, where it told you the whos who - Goodreads

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LEGENDS Cheryl Evans and Anne Millard With illustrations by Rodney Matthews CONTENTS 2 Before you start
Map of Ancient Greece

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About the author (2003)

Millard is a highly respected historian & Egyptologist

Rodney Matthews was born in North Somerset, England, and after a childhood spent influenced by a creative and inventive father, he attended the West of England College of Art in England. Matthews did the artwork for a number of novels by Michael Moorcock and others, as well as for sci-fi magazines.

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