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Tony Robinson confronts Viking berserkers, recreates the flaming horror of the Wicker Man, re-enacts a brutal ritual human sacrifice, and witnesses self-mutilation demanded – all in his quest to understand how our ancestors worshiped.
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In this set of 24 lectures, Professor Elizabeth Vandiver, University of Maryland, introduces the student to the primary characters and most important stories of classical Greek and Roman mythology. She also surveys some of the leading theoretical approaches to understanding myth in general and classical myth in particular.
This series of 24 lectures introduces the great myths of the ancient Near East, the region bound by Egypt and the Mediterranean in the west, Iran in the east, Anatolia in the north, and the Arabian peninsula in the south.