Ancient Greek Beliefs explores the mysteries of the ancient myths and religious beliefs of a great people. The text is divided into three sections, Greek mythology, the ancient Greeks, and conclusions. A brief history and lengthy glossary are included. The book is designed as a basic text for the introduction to ancient Greek mythology and beliefs, and the text muses about the religious lessons we might learn from them. It contains abridged stories of Greek mythology, including the extant Greek plays, and considers portions of the works of the great writers, including Aeschylus, Euripides Hesiod, Homer, Plato, and Sophocles. It opens a comprehensive window into the lives of these great ancient people.Electra refers her aunt to look over at the couch at her brother where he can be seen suffering in unending agony for what he has done. ... Helen tells Hermione exactly what she wants her to say, hence that the libations are a gift that Helen would have brought there herself if it were not for the ... Orestes is glad to hear about the arrival of their uncle, but he sees the return of Helen as a threat to Hellas.
|Title||:||Ancient Greek Beliefs|
|Author||:||Perry L. Westmoreland|
|Publisher||:||LEE AND VANCE PUBLISHING CO - 2007|