Mythology in Easy Greek

Some ancient Greek myths re-written with the aim of enhancing the learner’s comprehension of the written word.

Some ancient Greek myths re-written with the aim of enhancing the learner’s comprehension of the written word. The material is written in the simplest possible language, so that the learner can read and understand without referring to a dictionary. The books include English, French and German translations of the most difficult words in the text, as well as comprehension exercises and key.

  • Mythi (Stage 3)

    Myths about some important individuals in ancient Greek Mythology, such as the love of Orpheus for Euridice, the sad fate of Narcissus, the allegory of Daedalus and Icarus, and the greed of king Midas, who wished to turn into gold...

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  • Iroes (Stage 3)

    Tales about the great heroes of mythology. The labours of Hercules, the greatest hero of all times; the struggles of Theseus and the slaying of Minotaur; Jason and the Argonauts; and the fascinating adventures of Odysseus.

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  • I dodeka thei tou Olympou (Stage 3)

    Zeus, king of gods and mortals; Hera, his jealous wife and goddess of marriage and family life; Poseidon, god of the seas; Aphrodite, goddess of beauty and love; and the other great gods who dwelt on Olympus. Their squabbles and...

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