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1.Women in Greek Mythology I: the Strong Quiz

The story of the Minotaur begins with the impiety of Cretan King ... Seeing Theseus' ship on the horizon with its original black sail, Augeus leapt into the sea and ended his own life. Hence the name ...

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2.M Is For Menelaus

King Minos and Queen Pasiphae reigned over Crete. They had several ... he met Medea - a princess of Colchis, and yet considered a barbarian by the Greeks. Medea was a sorceress of some kind, and she ...

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3.THE SEA-KINGS

B. Hawes, Dr. Mackenzie, Professors Burrows, Murray, and Browne, and Messrs. D. G. Hogarth and H. R. Hall, to name only a few among many, my obligations are only less than to the acknowledged chief of ...

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4.From the Eddas and Sagas

They gradually peopled it with their descendants, while the gods, remembering they had called them into life, took a special interest in all they did, watched over them, and often vouchsafed their aid ...

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5.Life of Lord Byron, Vol. 6 (of 6) eBook

The chief inducements, on the part of Lord Byron, to this unworthy alliance were, in the first place, a wish to second the kind views of his friend Shelley in inviting Mr. Hunt to join him in Italy; ...

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6.Life of Lord Byron, Vol. 6 (of 6) eBook

The chief inducements, on the part of Lord Byron, to this unworthy alliance were, in the first place, a wish to second the kind views of his friend Shelley in inviting Mr. Hunt to join him in Italy; ...

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7.AS YOU TWEET IT

CLAIRE ALABASTER: George Foulser, apparently according to my emails I've had it since 2009! George Foulser, I no haha I aint got a clue what I'm doing! George Foulser, yea sure I will, Chris Alabaster ...

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