古希腊罗马神话传说.pdf

古希腊罗马神话传说.pdf
 

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《古希腊罗马神话传说(英文版)》是由伯恩斯所编著,世界图书出版公司出版发行的。

作者简介
作者:(英国) 伯恩斯 (Berens.E.M.)

目录
PREFACE
PART Ⅰ MYTHS
INTRODUCTION
First Dynasty
Origin of the World
Uranus and Gaea
Second Dynasty
Cronus (Saturn)
Rhea
Division of the World
Theories as to the Origin of Man
Third Dynasty
Olympian Divinities
Zeus (Jupiter)
Hera (Juno)
Pallas-Athene (Minerva)
Themis
Hestia (Vesta)
Demeter (Ceres)
Aphrodite (Venus)
Helios (Sol)
Eos (Aurora)
Phoebus-Apollo
Roman Apollo
Hecate
Selene (Luna)
Artemis (Diana)
Hephaestus (Vulcan)
Poseidon (Neptune)
Sea Divinities
Oceanus
Nereus
Proteus
Triton and the Tritons
Glaucus
Thetis
Thaumas, Phorcys, and Ceto
Leucothea
The Sirens
Ares (Mars)
Mars
Nike (Victoria)
Hermes (Mercury)
Dionysus (Bacchus)
Aides (Pluto)
Plutus

Minor Divinities
The Harpies
Erinyes, Eumenides (Furiae, Dirge)
Moirae or Fates (Parcae)
Nemesis
Night and Her Children. Death, Sleep, and Dreams
Nyx (Nox)
Thanatos (Mors) and Hypnus (Somnus)
Morpheus
The Gorgons
Graeae
Sphinx
Tyche (Fortuna) and Ananke (Necessitas)
Kero
Ate
Momus
Eros (Cupid, Amor) and Psyche
Hymen
Iris (The Rainbow)
Hebe (Juventas)
Ganymedes
The Muses
Pegasus
The Hesperides
Charites (Gratiae) Graces
Horae (Seasons)
The Nymphs
The Winds
Pan (Faunus)
The Satyrs
Priapus
Asclepias (Aesculapius)

Roman Divinities
Janus
Flora
Robigus
Pomona
Vertumnus
Pales
Picus
Picumnus and Pilumnus
Silvanus
Terminus
Consus
Libitina
Laverna
Comus
The Camenae
Genii
Manes
Lemures (Larwe) and Lares
Penates
Public Worship of the Ancient Greeks and Romans
Temples
Statues
Altars
Priests
Sacrifices
Oracles
Soothsayers (Augurs)
Festivals
Greek Festivals
Eleusinian Mysteries
Thesmophoria
Dionysia
Panathenaea
Daphnephoria
Roman Festivals
Saturnalia
Cerealia
Vestalia
PART Ⅱ LEGENDS
Cadmus
Perseus
Ion
Daedalus and Icarus
The Argonauts
Pelops
Heracles (Hercules)
Bellerophon
Theseus
Edipus
The Seven against Thebes
The Epigoni
Alcmaeon and the Necklace
The Heraclidae
The Siege of Troy
Return of the Greeks from Troy

序言
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我们找来了专门研究西方历史、西方文化的专家学者,请教了专业的翻译人员,精心挑选了这些可以代表西方文学的著作,并听取了一些国外专门研究文学的朋友的建议,不删节、不做任何人为改动,严格按照原著的风格,提供原汁原味的西方名著,让读者能享受纯正的英文名著。
随着阅读的展开,你会发现自己的英语水平无形中有了大幅提高,并且对西方历史文化的了解也日益深入广阔。
送您一套经典,让您受益永远!

文摘
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古希腊罗马神话传说
The sea-god was the father of two giant sons called Otusand Ephialtes. When only nine years old they were said to betwenty-seven cubits in height and nine in breadth. Theseyouthful giants were as rebellious as they were powerful,even presuming to threaten the gods themselves withhostilities. During the war of the Gigantomachia, theyendeavoured to scale heaven by piling mighty mountains oneupon another. Already had they succeeded in placing MountOssa on Olympus and Pelion on Ossa, when this impiousproject was frustrated by Apollo, who destroyed them withhis arrows. It was supposed that had not their lives been thuscut off before reaching maturity, their sacrilegious designswould have been carried into effect.
Pelias and Neleus were also sons of Poseidon. Theirmother Tyro was attached to the river-god Enipeus, whoseform Poseidon assumed, and thus won her love. Peliasbecame afterwards famous in the story of the Argonauts, andNeleus was the father of Nestor, who was distinguished inthe Trojan War.
The Greeks believed that it was to Poseidon they wereindebted for the existence of the horse, which he is said tohave produced in the following manner: Athene andPoseidon both claiming the right to name Cecropia (theancient name of Athens), a violent dispute arose, which wasfinally settled by an assembly of the Olympian gods, whodecided that whichever of the contending parties presentedmankind with the most useful gift, should obtain theprivilege of naming the city. Upon this Poseidon struck theground with his trident, and the horse sprang forth in all hisuntamed strength and graceful beauty.

内容简介
《古希腊罗马神话传说(英文版)》找来了专门研究西方历史、西方文化的专家学者,请教了专业的翻译人员,精心挑选了可以代表西方文学的著作汇编成《古希腊罗马神话传说》,并听取了一些国外专门研究文学的朋友的建议,不删节、不做任何人为改动,严格按照原著的风格,提供原汁原味的西方名著,让读者能享受纯正的英文名著。
世界文学名著表现了作者描述的特定时代的文化。阅读这些名著可以领略著者流畅的文笔、逼真的描述、详细的刻画,让读者如同置身当时的历史文化之中。为此,我们将这套精心编辑的“名著典藏”奉献给广大读者。

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