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Gaia, in her woe, said to all her children, but especially to her sons: “Ah, my
children—and children, too, of a nefarious father—will you not hear me and
punish your father for this wicked ill»doing? He was the first who ever devised a
In armour of gleaming gold351 she was born from the sacred head of the Father.
All the immortals were afraid and astonished at the sight of her, as she sprang out
in front of aegis»bearing Zeus, from his immortal head, brandishing her sharp ...
It is said of Pallas, the father of Pallas Athene, that he sought to do violence to his
own daughter. The goddess overcame him, took his skin as booty (the same story
is told of Pallas Athene and Pallas the Giant), and herself wore the skin.
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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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