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Preface

CHAPTER

  1. Introduction
  2. Prometheus and Pandora
  3. Apollo and Daphne — Pyramus and Thisbe — Cephalus and Procris
  4. Juno and her Rivals, Io and Callisto — Diana and Actæon — Latona and the Rustics
  5. Phäeton
  6. Midas — Baucis and Philemon
  7. Proserpine — Glaucus and Scylla
  8. Pygmalion — Dryope — Venus and Adonis — Apollo and Hyacinthus
  9. Ceyx and Halcyone
  10. Vertumnus and Pomona — Iphis and Anaxarete
  11. Cupid and Psyche
  12. Cadmus — The Myrmidons
  13. Nisus and Scylla — Echo and Narcissus — Clytie — Hero and Leander
  14. Minerva and Arachne — Niobe
  15. The Grææ and Gorgons — Perseus and Medusa — Atlas — Andromeda
  16. Monsters: Giants — Sphinx — Pegasus and Chimaera — Centaurs — Griffin — Pygmies
  17. The Golden Fleece — Medea
  18. Meleager and Atalanta
  19. Hercules — Hebe and Ganymede
  20. Theseus and Dædalus — Castor and Pollux — Festivals and Games
  21. Bacchus and Ariadne
  22. The Rural Deities — The Dryads and Erisichthon — Rhœcus — Water Deities — Camenæ — Winds
  23. Achelous and Hercules — Admetus and Alcestis — Antigone — Penelope
  24. Orpheus and Eurydice — Aristæus — Amphion — Linus — Thamyris — Marsyas — Melampus — Musæus
  25. Arion — Ibycus — Simonides — Sappho
  26. Endymion — Orion — Aurora and Tithonus — Acis and Galatea
  27. The Trojan War
  28. The Fall of Troy — Return of the Greeks — Orestes and Electra
  29. Adventures of Ulysses — The Lotus-eaters — The Cyclopes — Circe — Sirens — Scylla and Charybdis — Calypso
  30. The Phaeacians — Fate of the Suitors
  31. Adventures of Aeneas — The Harpies — Dido — Palinurus
  32. The Infernal Regions — The Sibyl
  33. Aeneas in Italy — Camilla — Evander — Nisus and Euryalus — Mezentius — Turnus
  34. Pythagoras — Egyptian Deities — Oracles
  35. Origin of Mythology — Statues of Gods and Goddesses — Poets of Mythology
  36. Monsters (modern) — The Phœnix — Basilisk — Unicorn — Salamander
  37. Eastern Mythology — Zoroaster — Hindu Mythology — Castes — Buddha — The Grand Lama — Prester John
  38. Northern Mythology — Valhalla — The Valkyrior
  39. Thor's Visit to Jotunheim
  40. The Death of Baldur — The Elves — Runic Letters — Skalds — Iceland — Teutonic Mythology — The Nibelungen Lied — Wagner's Nibelungen Ring
  41. The Druids — Iona
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This work was published before January 1, 1924, and is in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago.