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Bulfinch's Mythology

Label
Bulfinch's Mythology
Title
Bulfinch's Mythology
Title variation
Mythology
Creator
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
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1796-1867
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Bulfinch, Thomas
Dewey number
398.2
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • maps
Index
index present
LC call number
BL312
LC item number
.B85 2003
Literary form
non fiction
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Mythology
  • Romances
  • Folklore
  • Charlemagne
Label
Bulfinch's Mythology
Instantiates
Publication
Note
The three works, popularly known as Bulfinch's mythology, were originally written and published separately
Bibliography note
Includes index
Contents
  • The age of fable -- The age of chivalry -- Legends of Charlemagne
  • Vertummus and Pomona
  • Cupid and psyche
  • Cadmus; The Myrmidons
  • Nisus and Scylla; Echo and Narcissus; Clytie; Hero and Leander
  • Minerva; Niobe
  • The Graeae (Gray-maids) and Gorgons; Perseus and Medusa; Atlas; Andromeda
  • Monsters: giants; The Sphinx; Pegasus and Chimaera; The centaurs; The Pygmies; The Griffin
  • The golden fleece; Medea and Aeson
  • Meleager and Atalanta
  • Hercules; Hebe and Ganymede
  • The age of fable
  • Theseus; Daelus; Castor and Pollux
  • Bacchus; Ariadne
  • The rural Deities; Erisichton; Rhoecus; The water deities; The Camaenae; The winds
  • Achelous and Hercules; Admetus and Alcestis; Antigone; Penelope
  • Orpheus and Eurydice;Aristaeus; Amphion; Linus; Thamyris; Marsyas; Melampus; Musaeus
  • Arion; Ibycus; Simonides; Sappho
  • Endymion; Orion; Aurora and Tithonus; Acis and Galatea--
  • The Trojan war
  • The fall of Troy; Menelaus and Helen; Agamemnon; Orestes and Electra
  • Adventures of Ulysses:The Lotus-eaters; Cyclopses; Circe; Sirens; ;Scylla and Charybdis; Calypso
  • Prometheus and Pandora
  • The Phaecians; Fate of the suitors
  • Adventures of Aeneas, the Harpies; Dido; Palinurus
  • The internal regions; Elysium; The sibyl
  • Aeneas in Italy: Camilla; Evander; Nisus and Euryalus; Mexentius; Pallas, Camilla, Turnus
  • Pythagoras; Egyptian deities; Oracles
  • Origin of mythology; Statues of Gods and Goddesses
  • Modern monsters; The Phoenix;Basilik; Unicorn; Salamander
  • Eastern mythology; Zoroaster; Hindu mythology; Castes; Buddha; Grand Lama; Prester John
  • Northern mythology; Valhalla; The Valkyrior
  • Thor's visit to Jotunheim
  • Apollo and Daphne ; Pyramus and Thisbe; Cephalus and Procris
  • The death of Baldur; The elves; Runic letters; Skalds; Iceland; Teutonic mythology; The Nibelungen Lied
  • The Druids; Iona
  • Juno and her rivals; Io and Callisto; Diana and Actaeon; Latona and the rustics
  • Phaëton
  • Midas; Baucis and Philemon
  • Proserpine. Glaucus and Scylla
  • Pygmalion; Dryope; Venus and Adonis; Apollo and Hyacinthus; Ceyx and Halcyone: or, the Halcyon birds
  • The age of Chivalry
  • King Arthur and his knights -- Introduction; The mythical History of England; Merlin; Arthur; Sir Gawain; Caradoc Briefbras, or, Caradoc with the shrunken arm; Launcelot of the lake; The story of Launcelot; The story of Tristram of Lyonesse; Tristam and Isoude; The story of Sir Tristram of Lyonesse; The round table; End of the story of Sir Tristram; Sir Tristram; The stroy of Perceval; The quest of the Sangreal, or Holy Graal; The Sangreal; The end of the Quest; Sir Agrivain's treason; Morte d'Artur
  • The Mabinogeon -- The Britons; The Lady of the Fountain; Geraint, the son of Erbin; Pwyll, prince of Dyved; Branwen, the daughter of Llyr; Manawyddan; KIlwich and Olwen; Taliesin -- Hero myths of the British race; Beowulf; Cuchulain, champion of Ireland; Hereward the wake; Robin Hood
  • The orc
  • Astolpho's adventures continued, and Isabella's begun
  • Meodoro; Orlando mad
  • Zerbino and Isabella
  • The war in Africa
  • Astolpho in Abyssinia
  • The war in Africa
  • Rogero and Bradamante
  • The battle of Roncesvalles
  • Rinaldo and Bayard
  • Legends of Charlemagne
  • Death of Rinaldo
  • Huon of Bordeaux
  • Ogier, the Dane
  • The peers, or Paladins
  • The tournament
  • The siege of Albracca
  • Adventures of Rinaldo and Orlando
  • The Invasion of France
  • Bradamante and Rogero
  • Astolpho and the enchantress
Control code
ocm53013092
Dimensions
25 cm.
Extent
xvii, 957 pages
Isbn
9780517274156
Lccn
2003270121
Other physical details
illustrations, maps
System control number
(OCoLC)53013092
Label
Bulfinch's Mythology
Publication
Note
The three works, popularly known as Bulfinch's mythology, were originally written and published separately
Bibliography note
Includes index
Contents
  • The age of fable -- The age of chivalry -- Legends of Charlemagne
  • Vertummus and Pomona
  • Cupid and psyche
  • Cadmus; The Myrmidons
  • Nisus and Scylla; Echo and Narcissus; Clytie; Hero and Leander
  • Minerva; Niobe
  • The Graeae (Gray-maids) and Gorgons; Perseus and Medusa; Atlas; Andromeda
  • Monsters: giants; The Sphinx; Pegasus and Chimaera; The centaurs; The Pygmies; The Griffin
  • The golden fleece; Medea and Aeson
  • Meleager and Atalanta
  • Hercules; Hebe and Ganymede
  • The age of fable
  • Theseus; Daelus; Castor and Pollux
  • Bacchus; Ariadne
  • The rural Deities; Erisichton; Rhoecus; The water deities; The Camaenae; The winds
  • Achelous and Hercules; Admetus and Alcestis; Antigone; Penelope
  • Orpheus and Eurydice;Aristaeus; Amphion; Linus; Thamyris; Marsyas; Melampus; Musaeus
  • Arion; Ibycus; Simonides; Sappho
  • Endymion; Orion; Aurora and Tithonus; Acis and Galatea--
  • The Trojan war
  • The fall of Troy; Menelaus and Helen; Agamemnon; Orestes and Electra
  • Adventures of Ulysses:The Lotus-eaters; Cyclopses; Circe; Sirens; ;Scylla and Charybdis; Calypso
  • Prometheus and Pandora
  • The Phaecians; Fate of the suitors
  • Adventures of Aeneas, the Harpies; Dido; Palinurus
  • The internal regions; Elysium; The sibyl
  • Aeneas in Italy: Camilla; Evander; Nisus and Euryalus; Mexentius; Pallas, Camilla, Turnus
  • Pythagoras; Egyptian deities; Oracles
  • Origin of mythology; Statues of Gods and Goddesses
  • Modern monsters; The Phoenix;Basilik; Unicorn; Salamander
  • Eastern mythology; Zoroaster; Hindu mythology; Castes; Buddha; Grand Lama; Prester John
  • Northern mythology; Valhalla; The Valkyrior
  • Thor's visit to Jotunheim
  • Apollo and Daphne ; Pyramus and Thisbe; Cephalus and Procris
  • The death of Baldur; The elves; Runic letters; Skalds; Iceland; Teutonic mythology; The Nibelungen Lied
  • The Druids; Iona
  • Juno and her rivals; Io and Callisto; Diana and Actaeon; Latona and the rustics
  • Phaëton
  • Midas; Baucis and Philemon
  • Proserpine. Glaucus and Scylla
  • Pygmalion; Dryope; Venus and Adonis; Apollo and Hyacinthus; Ceyx and Halcyone: or, the Halcyon birds
  • The age of Chivalry
  • King Arthur and his knights -- Introduction; The mythical History of England; Merlin; Arthur; Sir Gawain; Caradoc Briefbras, or, Caradoc with the shrunken arm; Launcelot of the lake; The story of Launcelot; The story of Tristram of Lyonesse; Tristam and Isoude; The story of Sir Tristram of Lyonesse; The round table; End of the story of Sir Tristram; Sir Tristram; The stroy of Perceval; The quest of the Sangreal, or Holy Graal; The Sangreal; The end of the Quest; Sir Agrivain's treason; Morte d'Artur
  • The Mabinogeon -- The Britons; The Lady of the Fountain; Geraint, the son of Erbin; Pwyll, prince of Dyved; Branwen, the daughter of Llyr; Manawyddan; KIlwich and Olwen; Taliesin -- Hero myths of the British race; Beowulf; Cuchulain, champion of Ireland; Hereward the wake; Robin Hood
  • The orc
  • Astolpho's adventures continued, and Isabella's begun
  • Meodoro; Orlando mad
  • Zerbino and Isabella
  • The war in Africa
  • Astolpho in Abyssinia
  • The war in Africa
  • Rogero and Bradamante
  • The battle of Roncesvalles
  • Rinaldo and Bayard
  • Legends of Charlemagne
  • Death of Rinaldo
  • Huon of Bordeaux
  • Ogier, the Dane
  • The peers, or Paladins
  • The tournament
  • The siege of Albracca
  • Adventures of Rinaldo and Orlando
  • The Invasion of France
  • Bradamante and Rogero
  • Astolpho and the enchantress
Control code
ocm53013092
Dimensions
25 cm.
Extent
xvii, 957 pages
Isbn
9780517274156
Lccn
2003270121
Other physical details
illustrations, maps
System control number
(OCoLC)53013092

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