Greek Mythology

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Greek Mythology Heroes

On account of their divine origin,repparttar heroes or heroines of Greek mythology are believed to have ruled overrepparttar 138334 mortals for a comparatively long period. Some ofrepparttar 138335 heroes mentioned in greek mythology would be Hercules, Perseus and Prometheus.

Also known for their heroic deeds arerepparttar 138336 Argonauts. The Greek mythologies are interspersed with stories of royal crimes as well– they tell tales of heroes who committed heinous crimes underrepparttar 138337 strong spell of fate or destiny. The end ofrepparttar 138338 Heroic Age is marked byrepparttar 138339 Trojan Wars.

Information on Greek mythology

The primary source of information beingrepparttar 138340 poetry ofrepparttar 138341 Archaic and Classical eras, likerepparttar 138342 Homeric Odyssey, Iliad and Hymns. The dramatic works of Aeschylus, Sophocles, Euripides and Aristophanes,repparttar 138343 Hesiodic Theogony andrepparttar 138344 choral hymns of Pindar and Bacchylides also enrichrepparttar 138345 sources of Greek mythological information. These literary works were composed primarily for performance at cultic festivals or aristocratic banquets. Apart fromrepparttar 138346 literary works,repparttar 138347 works of historians, like Herodotus and Diodorus Siculus, and geographers, like Pausanias and Strabo each made significant contributions torepparttar 138348 mythology of Greece.

The work of mythographers,repparttar 138349 poetry ofrepparttar 138350 Hellenistic and Roman ages,repparttar 138351 Hellenistic poets Apollonius of Rhodes and Callimachus also contain important informations on Greek mythology. Evenrepparttar 138352 Roman poets Hyginus, Ovid, Statius, Valerius Flaccus and Virgil. The Late Antique Greek poets Nonnus and Quintus Smyrnaeus. Plusrepparttar 138353 novelists like Apuleius, Petronius, Lollianus and Heliodorus are known to have added torepparttar 138354 vast store of Greek mythological information.

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Fundraising Tips 101

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Tip Two: Pickingrepparttar right product for fundraising. While there are so many neat fundraising options make sure to pick a product that you think your target audience will like, something that creates an impulse buy! Depending on how much money you need to earn, will also be a factor in your deciding.

Candles, Candy, Magazines and coffee are four ofrepparttar 138316 top fundraising products that are commonly chosen. They are reasonably priced, most people will buy more than one and they are products people would normally buy anyway. This will make it easier for you and your organization.

Tip Three: Plan your fundraiser

Brooklynn Anderson is the owner of the ultimate fundraising resource. FundraisingHQ is organized into the different types of fundraising ideas to help your group run successful fund raisers!

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