The Throne of Zeus at Olympia

The Throne of Zeus at Olympia Author Hugh Gerard Evelyn-White
ISBN-10 OXFORD:302454568
Release 1908
Pages 55
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The throne of Zeus

The throne of Zeus Author Deborah Lerme Goodman
ISBN-10 0553246798
Release 1985
Pages 118
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You've been magically transported back to ancient Greece by the goddess Athena. Your task is to find Zeus, king of Olympus.



The Classics

The Classics Author Caroline Taggart
ISBN-10 9781606522806
Release 2010-10-19
Pages 176
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It's no myth: this lively refresher course fills in all you need to know about ancient studies-from Zeus's throne to the fall of Rome-in pithy little quips. It covers the impressive advances made by Greek and Roman societies, from language to medicine, from art to architecture. You'll learn: The Greek alphabet, from alpha to omega The history and characteristics that define Greek and Roman architecture and its influence on modern building Greek and Latin words, which make up more than 30 percent of the words in the English language, and how you can build your vocabulary by learning the roots The Greek and Roman gods, the mythology surrounding them, and the part these figures play in our culture Almost 1,000 years of Greek and Roman history, from the birth of democracy to Caesar's empire The philosophies taught by Socrates, Plato, and Aristotle and what their ideas have contributed to the world we live in today How modern cultural staples such as the Olympics were formed by classical literature written by authors such as Homer and Cicero A fascinating introduction to the world that became the foundation for Western Civilization, The Classics puts the same information from stuffy textbooks at your fingertips in one entertaining read. Make this and all of the Blackboard Books(tm) a permanent fixture on your shelf, and you'll have instant access to a breadth of knowledge. Whether you need homework help or want to win that trivia game, this series is the trusted source for fun facts.



Zeus

Zeus Author A. B. Cook
ISBN-10 9781108021319
Release 2010-10-21
Pages 580
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This monumental work traces the development and growth of the worship of Zeus as the god of lightning and thunder.



A Sanctuary of Zeus on Mount Hymettos Mit Skizzen u Tab

A Sanctuary of Zeus on Mount Hymettos   Mit Skizzen u  Tab  Author Merle K. Langdon
ISBN-10 0876615167
Release 1976
Pages 117
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The Justice of Zeus

The Justice of Zeus Author Hugh Lloyd-Jones
ISBN-10 0520046889
Release 1983
Pages 266
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"Lloyd-Jones here considers, in its general character, the outlook of early Greek religion from the Homeric poems to the end of the fifth century, through and analysis of what he takes to be its central constituent, the concept of Dike. The "justice of Zeus" turns out to be two things, the first basic, the second subsidiary: (1) something like natural law or "the divinely appointed order of the universe," an order not always or even usually open to human scrutiny, and (2) moral law, a concession to the insignificant creatures of a day that men are, whereby Zeus "punishes, late or soon, a man who has done injustice to another, either in his own person or in that of his descendants." Because Lloyd-Jones sees the first and basic notion of Dike as the prerequisite of the later rational speculation to which it led (smoothly and without violent discontinuities, as he claims), his book assumes the dimensions of Kulturgeschichte Griechenlands, and becomes the latest in a small but distinguished list of works with similarly broad scope . . ." From: Review The Justice of Zeus by Hugh Lloyd-Jones Review by: John Peradotto The Classical Journal Vol. 70, No. 3 (Feb. - Mar., 1975) , pp. 61-68 Published by: The Classical Association of the Middle West and South



Divine Epiphany in Greek Literature and Culture

Divine Epiphany in Greek Literature and Culture Author Georgia Petridou
ISBN-10 9780198723929
Release 2016-01-07
Pages 472
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Divine Epiphany in Greek Literature and Culture is the first comprehensive survey of the history of divine epiphany as presented in the literary and epigraphic narratives of the Greek-speaking world. It re-establishes epiphany as a crucial mode in Greek religious thought and practice, underlines its centrality in Greek cultural production, and foregrounds its impact on both the political and the societal organization of the ancient Greeks.



Zeus

Zeus Author Arthur Bernard Cook
ISBN-10 1001409698
Release 1925
Pages 1397
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Zeus

Zeus Author Tom Stone
ISBN-10 9781582345185
Release 2008-02-05
Pages 310
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Traces the four-thousand-year history of the charismatic father of the Greek gods, from his origins in the Russian steppes and reign on Mount Olympus to his approaching end in Christian Constantinople, in an account that follows the author's journeys to relevant sites in Greek mythology.



The Last Map to the Throne of God

The Last Map to the Throne of God Author Trularin
ISBN-10 9781440184901
Release 2009-11
Pages 640
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Dr. Paul Bracken and his coworkers are sent to Montana where an anomaly is discovered in an archeological dig. While digging up a dinosaur, they discover a stone artifact with unique properties. At the same time, archeologists in Chile discover an identical stone. Together, the two stones form a compass that leads them on a trek across the globe and to the discovery of another stone in South Africa. There are chilling traps and treacherous hidden rooms in South Africa that the team must conquer to gather this third stone. Now, with three stones in their possession, they follow the new compass to Azerbaijan. It is there that the team gains entry into the oldest known human habitat and discovers yet another stone. Once all four stones are gathered together in one place, they appear to be inert, but then, one of their team members dies mysteriously. On a return trip to South Africa, the team unearths unique tablets with unusual markings. After deciphering some of the text, they realize they must return to Azerbaijan. As their quest continues and they gather additional artifacts, they begin to piece together a map leading to a vital tablet that could provide the key to a path to the throne of God.



The Throne Motif in the Book of Revelation

The Throne Motif in the Book of Revelation Author Laszlo Gallusz
ISBN-10 9780567478146
Release 2013-12-05
Pages 336
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This book argues that the throne motif constitutes the major interpretive key to the complex structure and theology of the book of Revelation. In the first part of the book, Gallusz examines the throne motif in the Old Testament, Jewish literature and Graeco-Roman sources. He moves on to devote significant attention to the throne of God texts of Revelation and particularly to the analysis of the throne-room vision (chs. 4&5), which is foundational for the development of the throne motif. Gallusz reveals how Revelation utilizes the throne motif as the central principle for conveying a theological message, since it appears as the focus of the author from the outset to the climax of the drama. The book concludes with an investigation into the rhetorical impact of the motif and its contribution to the theology of Revelation. Gallusz finally shows that the throne, what it actually represents, is of critical significance both to Revelation's theism and to God's dealing with the problem of evil in the course of human history.



Zeus and Honor

Zeus and Honor Author Larry Potter
ISBN-10 9781468951929
Release 2014-10-11
Pages 1
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Zeus has foreseen Evil will envied His Land. He has five Brothers He chose to be His Champions, and He choses one of these five to be His King over His kingdom.



The Paintings by Panaenus on the Throne of the Olympian Zeus

The Paintings by Panaenus on the Throne of the Olympian Zeus Author Ernest Arthur Gardner
ISBN-10 OCLC:254317116
Release 1894
Pages 9
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Masculine and Feminine

Masculine and Feminine Author Gareth S. Hill
ISBN-10 9780834828667
Release 2001-05-01
Pages 264
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A Jungian analyst provides a new model for understanding the masculine and feminine principles that exist in everyone, providing insight into the events of daily life and the themes of entire lifetimes.



The Cults of the Greek States

The Cults of the Greek States Author Lewis Richard Farnell
ISBN-10 9781108015455
Release 2010-07-15
Pages 476
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Lewis Richard Farnell's five-volume The Cults of the Greek States, first published between 1896 and 1909, disentangles classical Greek mythology and religion, since the latter had often been overlooked by nineteenth-century English scholars. Farnell describes the cults of the most significant Greek gods in order to establish their zones of influence, and outlines the personality, monuments, and ideal types associated with each deity. He also resolutely avoids the question of divine origins and focuses instead on the culture surrounding each cult, a position which initially drew some criticism, but which allowed him more space to analyse the religious practices themselves. Written to facilitate a comparative approach to Greek gods, his work is still regularly cited today for its impressive collection of data about the worship of the most popular deities. Volume 3 focuses on the cults of Ge, Demeter, Hades, and Rhea.



Zeus We are Gods

Zeus  We are Gods Author December Dawne
ISBN-10 9781483507651
Release 2013-09-20
Pages 145
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The Olympian gods were forced to flee Earth in search of a new home and found the possibility of a new life on Orbe. But will the mortals in the town of Acton give these strange new gods a chance, will Zeus' selfish ways cost them this new world, or will Hera's jealousy ruin everything? It’s up to the young Greek god, Theros, and a young mortal, Ren, to save the Olympian gods and the people of Acton. The Olympian gods need mortals to believe in them, to give them strength. Once that failed on Earth, they were forced to find a new home. They have found Orbe. Now starts the task of converting them to the belief in Olympian gods. The youngest god, Theros, the child-like son of Hermes, takes this task to heart. He befriends Ren, a young apprentice, in the Sun Temple, the largest temple in town. Together they must teach people about Zeus and company, overcome disbelief, save the temple, teach Zeus a lesson and save the town of Acton from Hera's rage. And during all the danger, Ren finds his purpose in life.



Zeus Inc

Zeus  Inc Author Robin Burks
ISBN-10
Release 2016-03-05
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Fifty years ago, Zeus, Inc., and its CEO, the mysterious Joseph Brentwood, saved the world from a major energy crisis by discovering a new unlimited energy resource. Now, in 2069, Mr. Brentwood has gone missing and private eye Alex Grosjean has been hired to find him by his daughter (and Alex's best friend), Aleisha. Blackouts begin to occur all over the world and somehow Alex believes it's tied to Mr. Brentwood's disappearance. Her search leads her through her own murky past and into the fantastical depths of Hell itself, where she discovers that Mr. Brentwood is not who or what he seems to be. With the help of an otherworldly man named Pip, Alex must save both Mr. Brentwood and the world. But will she be able to face her own guilty past in order to do it?