Crowell's Handbook of Classical Mythology, Volume 10
Crowell, 1970 - 631 pages
Reference work with alphabetically-arranged entries illuminates the characters, places, and literary sources of Greek and Roman myths.
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According accounts Achilles Adrastus Aeschylus Aetolia ancient Aphrodite Apollo Apollodorus Apollonius Rhodius appeared Argonauts Argos Artemis Athens became bore born brother brought called carried caused child claimed Crete daughter death descendants died Dionysus earth eponym Eteocles Euripides Fabulae father fell followed force gave Giants give given goddess gods Greek Hades hand Helen Hera Heracles Hermes Hesiod Homer honor horse husband Hyginus identified Iliad island Italy Jason killed king known land later leader lived married Medea Messenia Metamorphoses Minos mother Mount murder myths nymph Odysseus offered once oracle originally Ovid Pausanias perhaps Perseus Poseidon punished refused region remained returned river Roman rule sailed seems sent ships sister sons story Thebes Theseus Thestius throne told took Trojan Troy turned wife women worshiped writers young youth Zeus