Myths and Civilization of the Ancient Greeks
Gods, goddesses, and legendary heroes are brought to life in the stunning illustrations and exciting stories of Myths and Civilization of the Ancient Greeks. The civilization behind the myths is also shown in historical reconstructions of architecture, artifacts, and scenes from daily life. This book shows how the mythology and civilization of this ancient people were intertwined. Book jacket.
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4th centuries BC Acropolis Aegisthus Agamemnon agora market-place Alexander alphabet ancient Greeks Apollo Archaic period archeologists armor Athene's Athenian Athens banquets bard bath Bellerophon Bronze Cassandra chitons city-states City-States and Daily Classical period cloth Clytemnestra craftspeople and traders Crete Daedalus decorated dedicated Demeter Dionysos Dionysos the Shape-Changer earliest exported farm Gift of Prophecy goddess Athene gods and goddesses grain grapes Greece Greek city-states Greek colonies Greek men wore Greek women Greek world grow hairstyles Hephaestos hoplites horse Icarus important jewelry king known knucklebones Magna Graecia Mediterranean Medusa's merchant ships Metis Minoan Minoan civilization Minos Minotaur mortal Mount Olympus Mycenaean civilization Myths and Civilization non-fiction spread olive oil Pasiphae Perdix perfume Persephone philosopher pirates population Poseidon Poseidon and Pegasus relief carving shows religious festivals rich sculptures Semele Silenus skilled craftspeople slave soldiers Southern Italy spear statue shows temples theater town trade Troy vase painting shows Warfare wheat wine Zeus