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Lincoln Library Press

The Lincoln Library of Greek and Roman Mythology

  • Author/Editor: The Lincoln Library Press, Inc.
  • Binding: Library Binding
  • Trim Size: 8 1/2 x 10 1/2
  • Page Count: 5 volumes, 128 pages per volume
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  • Publication Date: 2006
  • ISBN: 978-0-912168-21-0
  • List Price: $219.00
  • Printable Information Sheet

Web Price: $175.00

In more than 500 entries, The Lincoln Library of Greek and Roman Mythology delivers the myths of Ancient Greece and Rome recounted and connected to today’s world, including:

  • Gods of Mount Olympus
  • Epic quests of Jason and the Argonauts, Achilles, Odysseus, and more
  • Thrilling adventures, narrow escapes, and magical transformations
  • More heroes, gods, monsters, and magic

Designed with the curriculum in mind, Greek and Roman Mythology supports social studies and language arts content standards of most states, and introduces Greek and Roman mythology in an engaging multidisciplinary way by linking mythology to literature, art, music and the world of scientific exploration.

Over 500 entries range from short 25 word articles on minor figures to eight page illustrated entries on the major Greek and Roman mythological figures.

Among the many features designed to engage today’s students, readers will find:

  • Selected stories presented in graphic novel-style illustrations
  • Poetry excerpts from the works of Wordsworth, Keats, Yeats, Shakespeare, Milton, and other literary giants
  • Maps to help students locate mythological sites in today’s world
  • Maps of major constellations, incorporating the latest space imagery from NASA

Available Online
Includes a 1-year license to the online database, providing students with unlimited online access from school or from home.


“Five briskly written volumes cover everything that the classical mythology homework assignment is likely to require and more. . . . recommended for public, elementary, and middle-school libraries.”