Parragon Incorporated, 2005 - Social Science - 320 pages
Form the siege of Troy to the twilight of the Norse gods at Ragnarok and the mysteries of the animal-headed gods of Egypt, the myths of the world have exercised an enduring fascination for their power and insight-volume comprehensive reference book covering mythologies, customs, belief and rituals worldwide.
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