Edith Hamilton's Mythology: Timeless Tales of Gods and Heroes
The Edith Hamilton (Edith Hamilton) (1867 - 1963) was a classicist and educator before becoming a writer on mythology. The most famous book is How the Greek (1930) and Mythology (1942). Mythology: timeless tales of gods and heroes, usually known simply as Mythology, written by J. Edith Hamilton 1942, is a collection of Greek, Roman and Norse myths written by classical authors and sources. Since its publication, has become one of the widely read, influential and critically-acclaimed books of Western and Classical mythology, and is often used in college as an introductory text (York, 1942).
Mythology of Atreus
The Atreus, son of Pelops and Hippodamia, married Aviation, Clymene sister, daughter and, Katreas. The Katreas was the son of Minos and Pasiphae, brother Androgeo of alkali, Ariadne, the Glaucus of Deucalion and Phaedra. His mother was the daughter of Sun and Persiidas, while his father was the son of Zeus and Europa, brother of Rhadamanthys and Sarpedon.
In Thyestes was expelled from Mycenae the Atreus, older brother, after having had lunch offers his own children, she had managed to enchant his wife Airline thereby usurp the throne. Later, the son of Atreus, Agamemnon, took the power and expelled them both from Mycenae. In Greek mythology, Harmonia was the daughter of two gods in Hesiod's Theogony: the Mars and Venus and sister of Phobos and Deimos. She married King Cadmus of Thebes. Most of the Theban genealogies associated with this royal couple, and all the major families of Thebes claimed to be descended from them. Even the Amazons, according to tradition were a daughter of Harmony. However, according to another version, the Harmony was the daughter of Zeus and Electra, and came from Samothrace, from where he had been kidnapped by Cadmus. This version espoused ...