Dionysos in classical Athens : an understanding through images / by Cornelia Isler-Kerényi ; translated by Anna Beerens.
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An "exploration of Greek mythology and art ... [which interprets] the victory of Zeus and the gods over the giants as a triumph over the Yahweh-believing sons of Noah, and with it the demise of Greek humanity's faith in God"--Midwest Book Review.
Athena and Kain : the true meaning of Greek myth / Robert Bowie Johnson, Jr.
True meaning of Greek myth
Annapolis, Md : Solving Light Books
Identities of the main Greek characters -- The first couple -- Eden's Greek counterpart -- The way of Kain -- Ares : the hated son of Zeus and Hera -- The line of Seth takes Kain's women -- The Flood wipes out the line of Kain -- Nereus : the Greek Noah -- The Flood depicted on the Parthenon -- The transfigured serpent -- The rebirth of the serpent's Eve -- Hermes : the deified Cush from Babylon -- The first seven labors of Herakles -- Return to the serpent's tree : Herakles' last five labors -- The gods defeat the giants -- Athena and Kain -- The great chariot race : Hippodameia avenged.
viii, 214 pages : illustrations
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