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Metamorphoses by Ovid

Metamorphoses

Metamorphoses by Ovid
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May 17, 2016 | 768 Pages
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Table Of Contents

MetamorphosesPreface
Chronology
Introduction
Further Reading
Translator’s Note

Metamorphoses

Book 1
Prologue – The Creation – The Four Ages – The Giants – Lycaön – The Flood – Deucalion and Pyrrha – Python – Daphne – Io (1) – Interlude: Pan and Syrinx – Io (2) – Phaëton (1)

Book 2
Phaëton (2) – Callisto – The Raven and the Crow – Ocyrho#235; – Battus – Aglauros – Europa

Book 3
Cadmus – Actaeon – Semele – Teiresias – Narcissus and Echo – Pentheus and Bacchus (1) – Acotetes and the Lydian Sailors – Pentheus and Bacchus (2)

Book 4
The Daughters of Miniyas (1) – Pyramus and Thisbe – Mars and Venus – Leucotho#235; and Lyti#235; – Slmacis and Hermaphroditus – The Daughters of Miniyas (2) – Ino and Athamas – Cadmus and Harmonia – Perseus (1)

Book 5
Perseus (2) – Minerva and the Muses – Calliope’s Song: The Rape of Proserpina; Arethusa; Triptolemus and Lyncus – The Daughters of Pierus

Book 6
Arachne – Niobe – The Lycian Peasants – Marsyas – Pelops – Tereus, Procne and Philomela – Boreas and Orithyia

Book 7
Medea and Jason – The Rejuvenation of Aeson – The Punishment of Pelias – Medea’s Flight – Theseus and Aegeus – Minos and Aeacus – The Plague at Aegina – The Birth of the Myrmidons – Cephalus and Procris

Book 8
Scylla and Minos – The Minotaur and Ariadne – Daedalus and Perdix – Meleäger and the Calyydonian Boar – Acheloüs, the Naiads and Perimele – Philemon and Baucis – Erysichthon

Book 9
Acheloüs and Hercules – Hercules and Nessus – The Death of Hercules – Alcmena and Galanthis – Dryope – Iolaüs and Callirhoë’s Sons – Miletus – Byblis – Iphis

Book 10
Orpheus and Eurydice – Cyparissus – Orpheus’ Song: Introduction; Ganymede; Hyacinthus; The Cerastae and Propoetides; Pygmalion; Myrrha; Venus and Adonis (1) – Venus’ Story: Atalanta and Hippomenes – Orpheus’ Song: Venus and Adonis (2)

Book 11
The Death of Orpheus – The Punishment of the Maenads – Midas – Laömedon’s Treachery – Peleus and Thetis – Peleus at the Court of Ceÿx (1) – Ceÿx’s Story: Daedalion – Peleus at the Court of Ceÿx (2) – Ceÿx and Alcyone – Aesacus

Book 12
The Greeks at Aulis – Rumour – Cycnus – Achilles’ Victory Celebration – Caenis – The Battle of the Lapiths and Centaurs – Periclymenus – The Death of Achilles

Book 13
The Judgement of Arms – Ajax’s Suicide – The Fall of Troy – The Sufferings of Hecuba – Memnon – The Wanderings of Aeneas (1) – The Daughters of Anius – The Daughters of Orion – The Wanderings of Aeneas (2) – Acis, Galatea and Polyphemus – Glaucus and Scylla (1)

Book 14
Glaucus and Scylla (2) – The Wanderings of Aeneas (3) – The Sibyl of Cumae – Achaemenides’ Story: Ulysses’ Men in Plyphemus’ Cave – Macareus’ Story: Ulysses and Circe; Picus, Canens and Circe – The Wanderings of Aeneus (4) – The Mutinous Companions of Diomedes – The Apulian Shepherd – The Ships of Aeneus – Ardea – The Apotheosis of Aeneus – Aeneus’ Descendants – Pomona and Vertumnus – Iphis and Anaxarete – Romulus – The Apotheosis of Romulus

Book 15
Myscelus – Pythagoras – Egeria and Hippolytus – Tages, Romulus’ Spear, Cipus – Aesculapius – The Apotheosis of Julius Caesar- Epilogue

Notes
Glossary Index
Map of Ovid’s Mediterranean World

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