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 Achilles AeŰtes Aegeus Aeneas Aene´d Aeolus Agamemnon Alcmeon Amphitryon Aphrodite Apollo Apollodorus Apollonius Rhodius Arcadia Argive Argonauts Argos Artemis Athamas Athenian Athens Attica became Boeotia bore brother Cadmus called child claimed Corinth Creon Cretan Crete Cronus daughter death Delphi Demeter Diomedes Dionysus eponym Euripides Eurystheus Eurytus father gave Giants goddess gods Greek Hades Helen Helius Hephaestus Hera Heracles Heraclids Hermes Hesiod Homer honor husband Hyginus Hyginus Fabulae Iliad Iolcus island Jason killed king land later Lycus married Medea Menelaus Messenia Metamorphoses Minos mother Mount murder Mycenae myths Neoptolemus nymph Oceanus Odysseus Oedipus Oeneus oracle Orestes Ovid Pausanias Peleus Pelias Peloponnesus Pelops Perseus Poetica Astronomica Poseidon ProŰtus region returned river river-god Roman rule sailed seer sent ships sister snake sons Sparta story suitors Theban Thebes Theogony Theseus Thetis throne Titans took Trojan Trojan War Troy TyndareŘs wife women worshiped writers young Zeus Zeus's