The subject of Greek mythology conjures up mythical stories of glorious and wonderful Greek gods, goddesses, and heroes with tales of war, love, and betrayal. Since ancient Greece was the birth place of philosophy, theater, and politics, it is understandable that such a great civilization would be capable of creating an elaborate belief system in which to help understand the world around them. Natural phenomena such as the sun, lightning, and earthquakes were explained in intriguing, engaging tales that formed the structure of ancient Greek understanding. It was this belief system that has been the fascination of many the world over.
Through the stories of the most prominent gods and goddesses, this book provides an insight into how Greek mythology was formed, why the Greek gods and goddesses were conceived, and explores the fantastically woven stories that link these gods and goddesses together.
Learn about Titans and the Olympians, the stories of their existence, and why they represented elements of the natural world.
Discover the most prominent Greek gods, why they were either titans or Olympians, and who the demigods and heroes really were. Hear enthralling stories of prominent gods are such as:
How are all these Greek mythology stories connected?
The study of these gods are both interesting and complex. In order to understand them it's necessary to understand how each story relates and the events that gave birth to further gods and their tales. This book delves a little deeper, highlighting the reason for the battles of the gods, the stories of their existence, and their relationship to natural phenomena.
Immerse yourself with in this wonderful ancient world and educate yourself with stories that will transport you into the mindset of this fascinating civilization!
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Yes, but a little too short. Performance was pretty good, and well delivered. Not bad for a short walk thru Greek mythology.