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3 CHAOS, GAIA AND EROS The third tale of the beginning of things comes from
Hesiod, who was at once a farmer and a poet, and in his youth had pastured his
sheep on the divine mountain of Helicon.“ Eros and the Muses had sanctuaries ...
I OURANOS, GAIA AND KRONOS Ouranos, the god of the sky, came in the night
to his wife, to the Earth, to the goddess Gaia.“ The two bright children of Night and
Darkness, the children Aither and Hemera, who appeared in daytime, have ...
The gigantic goddess Gaia groaned under this affliction, and felt herself
oppressed by her inner burden. Therefore she, too, invented a wicked stratagem.
She quickly brought forth grey iron. She made a mighty sickle with sharp teeth,
and took ...
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67. The Gods of the Greeks by Karl Kerényi translation: from German by Norman Cameron published: 1951 format: 286 page paperback (1994 reprint of 1979 edition) Read full review
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~ Kerenyi has often been tarred with a Jungian brush, but in this early and independent work, he admirably displays his intimate knowledge of the language, art and traditions of the Greek peoples. He ... Read full review
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