The Mythology A to Z series explores the world's most important myths and legends in an accessible style designed for young readers. Each comprehensive volume contains more than 400 well-constructed entries on the major figures, places, stories, objects, and themes of a given mythology. An introductory essay recounts the history of these civilizations and illuminates their way of life. This revised edition of Greek and Roman Mythology A to Z includes dozens of new entries on topics and themes of interest to young readers, including constellations, historic sites, gods and goddesses, sacrificial offerings, temples, and the zodiac as well as new illustrations and an updated bibliography. Its lively writing, fascinating content, and accurate descriptions make it a valuable resource for anyone with an interest in mythology or Greek and Roman history.