THE MYTHS OF GREECE & ROME

By

H. A. GUERBER

AUTHOR OF "MYTHS OF THE NORSEMEN" "MYTHS AND LEGENDS OF THE MIDDLE AGES" ETC.

Revised by

DOROTHY MARGARET STUART

WITH FORTY-NINE REPRODUCTIONS FROM FAMOUS PICTURES AND STATUES

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  • Title Page 11
  • The Myths in Song and Story 13
  • The Myths in Painting and Sculpture 15
  • Chapter I: - The Beginning 17
  • Chapter II: - Zeus 38
  • Chapter III: - Hera 47
  • Chapter IV: - Athene 52
  • Chapter V: - Apollo 58
  • Chapter VI: - Artemis 82
  • Chapter VII: - Aphrodite 90
  • Chapter VIII: - Hermes 106
  • Chapter IX: - Ares 109
  • Chapter X: - Helphæstus 114
  • Chapter XI: - Poseidon 119
  • Chapter XII: - Pluto 128
  • Chapter XII: - Bacchus (Dionysus) 136
  • Chapter XIV: - Demeter and Persephone 144
  • Chapter XV: - Hestia 155
  • Chapter XVI: - Ceyx and Halcyone 159
  • Chapter XVII: - Æolus 163
  • Chapter XVIII: - Herakles 165
  • Chapter XIX: - Perseus 184
  • Chapter XX: - Theseus 195
  • Chapter XXI: - Jason and the Golden Fleece 208
  • Chapter XXII: - The Calydonian Hunt 219
  • Chapter XXIII: - Œdipus, King of Thebes 230
  • Chapter XXIV: - Bellerophon 245
  • Chapter XXV: - The Trojan War 250
  • Chapter XXVI: - The Adventures of Odysseus 306
  • Chapter XXVII: - Agamemnon and His Family 354
  • Chapter XXVIII: - Virgil's "Æneid" 360
  • Chapter XXIX: - The Lesser Gods of the Romans 383
  • Chapter XXX: - Interpretation 389
  • Glossary and Index 401
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