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Greek Mythology the Beginning

These notes provide a lot of background information for Greek mythology. It focuses on the Mycenaean and Minoan civilization, Hesiod's works, Homer's works, the 12 major deities of Greek mythology, Prometheus, Pandora's box, Ovid's works and tons more.

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