Sources for Classical Mythology offers several stories about Herakles and the origins of the gods from Apollodorus, and the story of the Trojan War as related by Home. There are fewer long fight scenes than in the Iliad or the Aeneid, which makes it a more pleasant, less repetitive narrative, once the Centaurs and Lapiths are done with their violent duties.
It has survived in six fragments. In Search of the Hero offers a course outline and notes by John E. Perseus Project is an evolving digital library on Ancient Greece, and includes many Greek texts useful for the study of mythology.
Origin of the name Melissa recounts the myth of Melissa, guardian of the infant Zeus, who was later turned into a honeybee. Neither seems to treat civilians better or demonstrate more loyalty.
He also wrote a grammar and glossary in Old English called Latinlater used by students interested in learning Old French because it had been glossed in Old French. But once you invent it, it spreads everywhere, and people throw out whatever they were doing before.
What I find most surprising about the Iliad is the amount of graphic, X-rated violence that it contains. In Avatar, the main character decides his entire species is wrong and joins weird aliens to try to kill them, and this is good.
I have known most of the collected stories since my early days at university, but only now finished reading the "Metamorphoses" as a whole, from cover "Throughout all ages, If poets have vision to prophesy truth, I shall live in my Fame.
Ashliman offers annotated links to web resources containing information about Germanic mythology. They gain their good guy or bad guy status by either following the universal law, or breaking it.
Myth and Greek Tragedy offers a course outline and notes by John E. For example, his page on Apollo links to music pages Fiallos likes. Lexicographer Joseph Bosworth began a dictionary in the 19th century which was completed by Thomas Northcote Toller in called An Anglo-Saxon Dictionarywhich was updated by Alistair Campbell in Like the heroes of the Iliad, Odysseus believes that the height of glory is achieved by spreading his name abroad through great deeds.
Parthenon by Adam Fiallos offers his web pages organized around Greek gods. Gorgons discusses the Gorgons in Greek mythology. Brundige discusses, among many other things, a little of the mythology associated with astronomical phenomena among the Greeks. The past stories seem much more conducive to blind nationalism than our own.
Ceres offers the myth of the kidnapping of Persephone, the daughter of Ceres, by Hades, god of the underworld.Home Education, Volume 1 of the Charlotte Mason Series.
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This webpage is for Dr. Wheeler's literature students, and it offers introductory survey information concerning the literature of classical China, classical Rome, classical Greece, the Bible as Literature, medieval literature, Renaissance literature, and genre studies.
Metamorphoses (from Greek μετά meta and μορφή morphē, meaning "changes of shape"), is a Latin narrative poem in fifteen books describing the history of the world from its creation to the deification of Julius Caesar within a loose mythico-historical framework.
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Pib's Collection of Regional Folklore and Mythology Resources. African, excluding Egypt. African Mythology discusses the creator god and ancestor worship in Africa.; African Myths and Legends by Samantha Martin offers stories from the Bushmen and Hottentots.; Folklore About Hyenas by Robin M.
Weare offers tales from Africa about these predators.Download