Greek Nymphs: Myth, Cult, Lore is the first comprehensive study of the nymph in the ancient Greek world. This well-illustrated book examines nymphs as both religious and mythopoetic figures, tracing their development and significance in Greek culture from Homer through the Hellenistic period. The book includes a survey of the evidence for myths and cults of the nymphs arranged by geographical region, as well as a special section on the worship of nymphs in caves throughout the Greek world.

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