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Then grasped she her father's weapons, which no God save Zeus can lift, and wide Olympos shook. The site contains a Gallery of more than 1200 pictures from ancient Greek and Roman art, including vase paintings (C6th to C4th B. Herodotus commented on the abstract nature of Iranian mythology based on his own experience: The erection of statues, temples, and altars is not anaccepted practice among them, and anyone who does such a thing is considered a fool, because, presumably the Persian religion is not anthropomorphic like the Greek.

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Publisher: Month9Books, LLC (May 10, 2016)

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