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Roman Mythology (History of the World) by…

Roman Mythology (History of the World)

by Don Nardo

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0737710373, Hardcover)

One of the most important sources for Roman myths was early Roman history, which was replete with patriotic heroes. This colorful book for young readers includes the rousing tales of Aeneas's danger-filled journey to Italy, where he founded the Roman race; Romulus's establishment of the city of Rome; brave Horatius's single-handed defense of Rome's main bridge against an entire army; and much more.

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A brief introduction to the origins of the Roman race, Roman gods, the founding of Rome, and a tale of love.

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