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The Myths and Legends of Ancient Greece and Rome

  • Tuan Anh Tranhas quoted2 months ago
    The ancient Greeks had several different theories with regard to the origin of the world, but the generally accepted notion was that before this world came into existence, there
  • b0151692721has quoted3 years ago
    peace and tranquillity
  • Tricia Mae Bronhas quoted3 years ago
    Their blood, a bright ethereal fluid called Ichor
  • marilyukhas quoted3 years ago
    Rhea, the wife of Cronus, and mother of Zeus and the other great gods of Olympus, personified the earth, and was regarded as the Great Mother and unceasing producer of all plant-life
  • tik tokhas quoted3 years ago
    The Titans were twelve in number; their names were: Oceanus, Ceos, Crios, Hyperion, Iapetus, Cronus, Theia, Rhea, Themis, Mnemosyne, Phœbe, and Tethys.
  • homebound_woodsmokehas quoted4 years ago
    the gods enjoyed immortality.
  • homebound_woodsmokehas quoted4 years ago
    We often hear of them visiting mankind and partaking of their hospitality, and not unfrequently both gods and goddesses become attached to mortals, with whom they unite themselves, the offspring of these unions being called heroes or demi-gods,
  • homebound_woodsmokehas quoted4 years ago
    we frequently behold them actuated by revenge, deceit, and jealousy.
  • homebound_woodsmokehas quoted4 years ago
    blood, a bright ethereal fluid called Ichor, never engendered disease, and, when shed, had the power of producing new life.
  • Nays Yndighas quoted4 years ago
    This war was called the Titanomachia, and is most graphically described by the old classic poets.
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