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Greek Mythology Free eBook is a application for all greek gods/titans infomation with this app contain

- Greek mythology for all gods/titans/heros/others

- Greek fairy tales: PERSEUS, ARGONAUTS and THESEUS

- PRONOUNCING INDEX for each.

Greek mythology is the body of myths and teachings that belong to the ancient Greeks, concerning their gods and heroes, the nature of the world, and the origins and significance of their own cult and ritual practices. It was a part of the religion in ancient Greece. Modern scholars refer to and study the myths in an attempt to throw light on the religious and political institutions of Ancient Greece and its civilization, and to gain understanding of the nature of myth-making itself.


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Origin of the World—

Uranus and Gæa (Cœlus and Terra)

SECOND DYNASTY.

Cronus (Saturn)

Rhea (Ops)

Division of the World

Theories as to the Origin of Man

THIRD DYNASTY.

OLYMPIAN DIVINITIES—

Zeus (Jupiter)

Hera (Juno)

Pallas-Athene (Minerva)

Themis

Hestia (Vesta)

Demeter (Ceres)

Aphrodite (Venus)

Helios (Sol)

Eos (Aurora)

Phœbus-Apollo

Hecate

Selene (Luna)

Artemis (Diana)

Hephæstus (Vulcan)

Poseidon (Neptune)
[iv]

SEA DIVINITIES—

Oceanus

Nereus

Proteus

Triton and the Tritons

Glaucus

Thetis

Thaumas Phorcys and Ceto

Leucothea

The Sirens

Ares (Mars)

Nike (Victoria)

Hermes (Mercury)

Dionysus (Bacchus or Liber)

Aïdes (Pluto)

Plutus

MINOR DIVINITIES

The Harpies

Erinyes Eumenides (Furiæ Diræ)

Moiræ or Fates (Parcæ)

Nemesis

Night and Her Children—

Nyx (Nox)

Thanatos (Mors) Hypnus (Somnus)

Morpheus

The Gorgons

Grææ

Sphinx

Tyche (Fortuna) and Ananke (Necessitas)

Ker

Ate

Momus

Eros (Cupid Amor) and Psyche

Hymen

Iris

Hebe (Juventas)

Ganymedes
[v]

The Muses

Pegasus

The Hesperides

Charites or Graces

Horæ (Seasons)

The Nymphs

The Winds

Pan (Faunus)

The Satyrs

Priapus

Asclepias (Æsculapius)

ROMAN DIVINITIES—

Janus

Flora

Robigus

Pomona

Vertumnus

Pales

Picus

Picumnus and Pilumnus

Silvanus

Terminus

Consus

Libitina

Laverna

Comus

Camenæ

Genii

Manes

Penates

PUBLIC WORSHIP OF THE ANCIENT GREEKS AND ROMANS—

Temples

Statues

Altars

Priests

Sacrifices

Oracles

Soothsayers
[vi]

Augurs

Festivals

GREEK FESTIVALS—

Eleusinian Mysteries

Thesmophoria

Dionysia

Panathenæa

Daphnephoria

ROMAN FESTIVALS—

Saturnalia

Cerealia

Vestalia

PART II.—LEGENDS.

Cadmus

Perseus

Ion

Dædalus and Icarus

The Argonauts

Pelops

Heracles

Bellerophon

Theseus

Œdipus

The Seven against Thebes

The Epigoni

Alcmæon and the Necklace

The Heraclidæ

The Siege of Troy

Return of the Greeks from Troy
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Greek Mythology Free eBook is a application for all greek gods/titans infomation with this app contain

- Greek mythology for all gods/titans/heros/others

- Greek fairy tales: PERSEUS, ARGONAUTS and THESEUS

- PRONOUNCING INDEX for each.

Greek mythology is the body of myths and teachings that belong to the ancient Greeks, concerning their gods and heroes, the nature of the world, and the origins and significance of their own cult and ritual practices. It was a part of the religion in ancient Greece. Modern scholars refer to and study the myths in an attempt to throw light on the religious and political institutions of Ancient Greece and its civilization, and to gain understanding of the nature of myth-making itself.


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.

Origin of the World—

Uranus and Gæa (Cœlus and Terra)

SECOND DYNASTY.

Cronus (Saturn)

Rhea (Ops)

Division of the World

Theories as to the Origin of Man

THIRD DYNASTY.

OLYMPIAN DIVINITIES—

Zeus (Jupiter)

Hera (Juno)

Pallas-Athene (Minerva)

Themis

Hestia (Vesta)

Demeter (Ceres)

Aphrodite (Venus)

Helios (Sol)

Eos (Aurora)

Phœbus-Apollo

Hecate

Selene (Luna)

Artemis (Diana)

Hephæstus (Vulcan)

Poseidon (Neptune)
[iv]

SEA DIVINITIES—

Oceanus

Nereus

Proteus

Triton and the Tritons

Glaucus

Thetis

Thaumas Phorcys and Ceto

Leucothea

The Sirens

Ares (Mars)

Nike (Victoria)

Hermes (Mercury)

Dionysus (Bacchus or Liber)

Aïdes (Pluto)

Plutus

MINOR DIVINITIES

The Harpies

Erinyes Eumenides (Furiæ Diræ)

Moiræ or Fates (Parcæ)

Nemesis

Night and Her Children—

Nyx (Nox)

Thanatos (Mors) Hypnus (Somnus)

Morpheus

The Gorgons

Grææ

Sphinx

Tyche (Fortuna) and Ananke (Necessitas)

Ker

Ate

Momus

Eros (Cupid Amor) and Psyche

Hymen

Iris

Hebe (Juventas)

Ganymedes
[v]

The Muses

Pegasus

The Hesperides

Charites or Graces

Horæ (Seasons)

The Nymphs

The Winds

Pan (Faunus)

The Satyrs

Priapus

Asclepias (Æsculapius)

ROMAN DIVINITIES—

Janus

Flora

Robigus

Pomona

Vertumnus

Pales

Picus

Picumnus and Pilumnus

Silvanus

Terminus

Consus

Libitina

Laverna

Comus

Camenæ

Genii

Manes

Penates

PUBLIC WORSHIP OF THE ANCIENT GREEKS AND ROMANS—

Temples

Statues

Altars

Priests

Sacrifices

Oracles

Soothsayers
[vi]

Augurs

Festivals

GREEK FESTIVALS—

Eleusinian Mysteries

Thesmophoria

Dionysia

Panathenæa

Daphnephoria

ROMAN FESTIVALS—

Saturnalia

Cerealia

Vestalia

PART II.—LEGENDS.

Cadmus

Perseus

Ion

Dædalus and Icarus

The Argonauts

Pelops

Heracles

Bellerophon

Theseus

Œdipus

The Seven against Thebes

The Epigoni

Alcmæon and the Necklace

The Heraclidæ

The Siege of Troy

Return of the Greeks from Troy

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A Google User
Oct 8, 2014
Greek Mythology Histories of the past of Greece
A Google User
Sep 22, 2014
True. Had to laugh at the ignorant pagan comment. Mostly because it's true, most pagans are ignorant.
A Google User
Sep 21, 2014
*thumbs up*
A Google User
Sep 17, 2014
Good apps I can use this apps in my school
A Google User
Sep 10, 2014
"In studying the peculiar characteristics which Hecate assumes when she usurps the place of Persephone, the rightful mistress of the lower world, we are reminded of the various superstitions with regard to spectres, witchcraft, &c., which have, even down to our own times, exerted so powerful an influence over the minds of the ignorant, and which would appear to owe their origin to a remote pagan source." What a way to offend the "ignorant" Pagan....deleted.