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War, Women, and Druids: Eyewitness Reports and Early Accounts of the Ancient ...

Philip Freeman - History - 2002 - 100 pages
This volume draws on the firsthand observations and early accounts of classical writers to piece together a detailed portrait of the ancient Celtic peoples of Europe and the ...
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The Myths of Greece & Rome

H. A. Guerber, Hélène Adeline Guerber - Social Science - 1907 - 394 pages
Retelling of the principal myths of Greece and Rome, with commentary on their origins and significance, and including illustrations, genealogical map, and a glossary.
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Dictionary of Classical Mythology

Jennifer R. March - History - 2014 - 432 pages
Jenny MarchÕs acclaimed Dictionary of Classical Mythology, first published in 1998 but long out of print, has been extensively revised and expanded including a completely new ...
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Symbolic Mythology: Interpretations of the Myths of Ancient Greece and Rome

John Fiore - History - 2001 - 234 pages
Symbolic Mythology is the essential guide to understanding the myths of the classical world. Through the author’s unique mix of scholarly analysis and exciting storytelling ...
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The Myths and Legends of Ancient Greece and Rome

Berens, E. M. - Social Science - 2016 - 493 pages
A guide to the pantheon of Greek and Roman gods and the myths weaved around them. Split into two parts, the first part giving biographies of the gods, the second part the ...
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Ireland and the Classical World

Philip Freeman - History - 2001 - 148 pages
Beyond Britain is Iuverna [Ireland], almost the same in area, but oblong with coasts of equal length on both sides. The climate is unfavorable for the ripening of grain, but ...
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The Philosopher and the Druids: A Journey Among the Ancient Celts

Philip Freeman - History - 2006 - 240 pages
Early in the first century B.C. a Greek philosopher named Posidonius began an ambitious and dangerous journey into the little-known lands of the Celts. A man of great ...
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