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Gods and Goddesses (Ancient Greece)

by John Malam

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0872265986, Hardcover)

•Who were the gods and goddesses and where did they come from?

•How did the ancient Greeks worship their gods and goddesses?

•Why are the stories of the gods and goddesses still popular?

The ancient Greeks took religion seriously. Government decisions were often made only after consulting with the gods. The ancient Greeks believed that Zeus, the king of the gods, and al the other gods lived high on Mount Olympus. Their stories became interwoven with ancient Greeks’ lives and offer a fascinating insight into an amazing civilization.

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Discusses the important gods and goddesses of ancient Greece and retells some of the myths about them, including Zeus, Hera, Athena, and Hades.

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