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Myth and Legends of Ancient Greece and Rome, E.M. Berens

They include the almighty Zeus and his many wives; heroic Perseus, slayer of the snake-headed Medusa; Helen of Troy, whose beauty caused a great war; Medea, driven mad by jealousy; and tragic Persephone, doomed to live half of each year in the Underworld, condemning the world above to winter.

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Titulli: Myth and Legends of Ancient Greece and Rome

Origjinali: Myth and Legends of Ancient Greece and Rome

Gjinia: Histori

Autori: E.M. Berens

Shtëpia botuese: Collins Classics

Viti: 2016

Fq. 347

Pesha: 0.205 kg

ISBN: 978-0-00-818055-3

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