Gods and Heroes of the Greeks: The Library of Apollodorus

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Acknowledgments

Part of "Frost and Stone," by Archibald MacLeish, from the fall 1963 special issue of the Amherst Alumni News, is reprinted by permission of the Amherst Alumni News and Mr. MacLeish.

"Ithaka" and part of "Epitaph of Antiochus, King of Kommagini," in C. P. Cavafy Collected Poems, translated by Edmund Keeley and Philip Sherrard and ed. by George Savidis, translation © 1975 by Edmund Keeley and Philip Sherrard, Greek text of the "Unpublished Poems" © 1963, 1968 by Kyveli Singopoulou, published by the Hogarth Press Ltd. and Princeton University Press, pp. 67-68 and 237, are reprinted by permission of the Hogarth Press Ltd. and Princeton University Press.

An excerpt from The Maze Maker, by Michael Ayrton, copyright © 1967 by Michael Ayrton, is reprinted by permission of Holt, Rinehart and Winston, Publishers, and the Longman Group Ltd.

Excerpts from Report to Greco and The Odyssey, by Nikos Kazantzakis, copyright © 1965 and 1958 by Simon and Schuster, Inc., are reprinted by permission of Helen N. Kazantzakis and Simon and Schuster, Inc.

Excerpts from The New Golden Bough, ed. by Theodor H. Gaster, copyright © 1959 by S. G. Phillips, Inc., are reprinted by permission of S. G. Phillips, Inc.

Library of Congress Cataloging in Publication Data

Apollodorus, of Athens.

God and heroes of the Greeks.

Translation of Bibliotheca.

Bibliography: p.
Includes index.

1. Mythology, Greek. I. Simpson, Michael, 1934- II. Baskin, Leonard, 1922-

I. Title.

PA3870.A75 1976 292′.2′11 75-32489

ISBN 0-87023-205-3

ISBN 0-87023-206-1 pbk.

-312-

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