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Terrible tales of ancient Rome

Author: Clare Hibbert
Publisher: New York, NY : Gareth Stevens Publishing, 2014.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Juvenile audience : English : First editionView all editions and formats
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Roman gods and goddesses were certainly busy immortal beings! Whether they were falling in love, battling each other, or grappling for power, they were constantly making trouble with humans. These engaging tales include the exploits of Pluto, Cupid, Apollo, Venus, and legendary heroes, such as Aeneas. Readers will be interested to learn how these myths are remembered even in modern times, such as Cupid's role in  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Juvenile works
Juvenile literature
Material Type: Juvenile audience
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Clare Hibbert
ISBN: 9781482401851 1482401851 9781482401875 1482401878 9781482401882 1482401886
OCLC Number: 877187444
Description: 32 pages : color illustrations ; 29 cm.
Contents: Roman stories and legends --
Aeneas the adventurer --
Journey to the underworld --
Brotherly love --
or not! --
The jealous goddess --
Life in the land of the dead --
Cupid's revenge.
Other Titles: Ancient Rome
Responsibility: Clare Hibbert.

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Roman gods and goddesses were certainly busy immortal beings! Whether they were falling in love, battling each other, or grappling for power, they were constantly making trouble with humans. These engaging tales include the exploits of Pluto, Cupid, Apollo, Venus, and legendary heroes, such as Aeneas. Readers will be interested to learn how these myths are remembered even in modern times, such as Cupid's role in Valentine's Day.

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