Myths and Civilization of the Ancient Greeks

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Peter Bedrick Books, 1998 - History - 43 pages
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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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Martell studied history and worked as a children's librarian before becoming a full-time author.

Neil Morris is the author of many children's reference and information books, including The Earth's Resources series, The Energy Sources series, The Making Healthy Food Choices series, The Where People Lives series, The Wonder of the World series, and The World's Top Ten series. Ting Morris is the coauthor of many books, including "Children's Illustrated Dictionary," "Grasshopper," "No Cook Cookery," and "Spider," Francesca d'Ottavi's work as an illustrator includes the Myths and Civilizations series.

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