Greek gods, human lives

what we can learn from myths

By Lefkowitz, Mary R.

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ISBN
978-0-30010-145-4
Publisher
New Haven, Conn. ; Yale University Press, c2003.


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Reviewed on November 1, 2003

Did the ancient Greeks and Romans take their gods seriously? They certainly did, argues Lefkowitz (classical studies, Wellesley Coll.), whose many books include the controversial Not Out of Africa, which attacked Martin Bernal's black Athena thesis. While stories of the gods in ancient sources are often entertaining, they are not frivolous but rather a...Log In or Sign Up to Read More

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