Greek Mythology

DeSalle, Nicole
January 2009
Greek Mythology (ELL);2009, p1
The ancient Greeks believed that there were many gods and goddesses. These gods and goddesses looked and acted like humans. The Greeks told many myths about these gods and goddesses. A myth is a story that explains some part of nature or life.


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