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英文版经典古希腊神话.doc

英文版经典古希腊神话.doc

上传者: 饶zhen 2017-09-29 评分 0 0 0 0 0 0 暂无简介 简介 举报

简介:本文档为《英文版经典古希腊神话doc》,可适用于综合领域,主题内容包含英文版经典古希腊神话《英文版经典古希腊神话》TheOlympianGodsBetweenMacedon(马其顿王国)andThessalyofeas符等。

英文版经典古希腊神话《英文版经典古希腊神话》TheOlympianGodsBetweenMacedon(马其顿王国)andThessalyofeasternGreecetherestoodahighmountain(Itscloudytoprushedintotheveryheavens(Onthetopofthemountainthehomeofthegodswasbathedinbrightness(AtOlympusZeusruledasthefatherofgodsandmen(Zeuswasnotacruderulerbyanystandards(Allthegodslistenedtohisfinalwordsitwastrue(ButZeusmadethemallsitonacommitteeoftwelvemembersincludingsixgodsandsixgoddesses(ThefirstintheOlympiancrowdsatZeushimself(Hewastheoverlordofgodsandmenandtheoperatorofthethunderbolt(NexttohimwasHerahisproudandgreeneyedqueen(PoseidonwasruleroftheseaAndHadeskingofthelowerworldhadnoseatinthecommittee(ApollowasthegodofthesunmusicandpoetrywhilehistwinsisterArtemiswasthegoddessofthemoonandthechase(Athenawasthegoddessofwisdomandpatronessofhouseholdarts(Hestiathegoddessofthefamilyrepresentedhomelifeandfamilyhappiness(ThefrighteningAreswasthegodofwarandthecharmingAphroditethegoddessofloveandbeauty(ThegodoffireHephaestuswastheforger(铁匠)ofthethunderboltsofZeus(ThewingfootedmesseoldcoupleBaucisandherhusbandPhilemonlived(Poorbutatpeacewithworldtheymadethebestofwhatlifecouldofferthemandfelttrulygratefultothegodsabove(Whenthetwotravellersenteredthehuttheoldcoupleweregladwithlivelyhappiness(Theyofferedtheirgueststheirbestseatandimmediatelysetaboutpreparingdinnerforthem(Withnosmalldifficultytheymadefirebroughtinafreshcabbagecutafatpieceoftheirlongkeptmeatandputthemoverthefiretocook(Theonesinglegoosetheywerereadytokillforthevisitorsbutitwassavedatthelastminutebytheguests(Thediningbenchwasamakeshiftpoorandpatchedbutthebesttheyhad(Thetablewassupportedbyabrick(Thefeastwasquitemodesteggsandwineandcottagecheeseandavarietyofnewlypickedfruit(Theoldcouplehumblywaitedonthevisitingguestswithsincerelooksandeagergoodwill(Movedatthehospitalityofthehousethegodstoldtheirtrueidentity(“Wearegods”saidZeus(“Whiletheneighbourhoodpaysthepenaltyforitswickednessyoushallbefreefrommisfortune(Comingalongwithus”(WhentheywerenearthetopofthehillBancisandPhilemonlookedbackandsawallthevillagebelowcoveredbyamarshandthatamongthegeneralruinanddestructiontheiroldcottagealonesurvivedchangedintoagrandtemple(AttheirrequesttheyweremadetheguardiansofthesacredplaceofZeus(Whentheirspanofworldlylifecametoanendtheywereturnedintoanashandlinden(菩提树)standingsidebysideinfrontofthetemple(marsh:湿地,沼泽,沼泽地Poseidon(Neptune)PoseidonwassonofKronusandRheaandbrotherofZeus(AfterthewarwiththeTitanshebecamethemightyandmajesticgodofthesearulingallthewatersaroundtheearth(HewasconsideredtohavethegreatestpowernexttoZeus(Poseidonruledhiskingdomwithcoldshaking(Hecouldcallupallthebigwindsandstiruporcalmdownthestormyoceans(withatridentinhishandheflewacrossthewavesinacarriagedrawnbyhorseswithbronzehoofsandgoldenhairs(AlthoughhehadaseatonOlympushelivedmostofthetimeinhisshininggoldenpalaceinthedeepsoftheoceans(majestic:HavingorshowingloftydignityornobilitystatelyPoseidonwasambitiousandaggressive(UnhappywiththepartofpowergiventohimheplannedtothrowdownZeusfromhishighposition(Theplandidnotcomeoffandhewassentawaytoserveahumanbeingonearth(withthehelpofApollohebuiltthefamouswallsofTroyforkingLaomedon(OnoneoccasionhearguedwithAthenaoverthenamingofthenewcityAthensandwasforcedtogiveintothegoddessofwisdom(OnanotherheenteredintoabitterdisputewithApollooverthekingofCorinthandwonthecaseintheend(Poseidon'slovesproducedstrangechildren(Hiswifeborehimthechildrenwhowerehalfmanandhalffishinform(WhenDemeterdidnotlikehisattentionandchangedherselfintoahorseshamelessPoseidonturnedhimselfintoahorsetocontinuehisseeking(OutoftheirloveawonderfulhorseArionbynamewasborn(ThishorsehadthepowerofspeechandwassuretowinallthecarriageracesinGreece(PoseidonrobbedTheophaneabeautifulmaidenandtakinghertoanislandchangedherintoasheepandhimselfintoaram(公羊)(Asaresultthegoldenfleecedramcameintobeing(fleeced:纺(针织物)布面起绒的Aphrodite(Venus)Aphroditewasthegoddessofextremebeauty(Herbirthwasamysteriousone(OnoneofthosedayswhentheOlympianshadbeguntoenjoypowerintheuniversethefloatingbubblesoftheseaglowedwithholybrightness(Outofthewaveroseafairandlovelymaidenshiningforthwarmthandcharm(ShewasthentakenbytheoceanfairymaidentoCypruswhichbecamehersacredisland(HerbeautywasbeyonddescriptionandshewasrightlycalledtheBeautiful(Overherdeathlessheadwasagoldencrownhereyesweredeepandsoftandherbrowswarm(Herlonghairflowedoverherdelicateneckandwhitebosom(Herslenderfingersandrosywhitefeetalladdedtoherattractivegraceandelegance(HerslimlilyformofafigurecausedboththeenthusiasticadmirationofthegodsandtheburningjealousyofthegoddesswhenshefirsttookherplaceonOlympus(ShewasappointedgoddessofLoveandMarriage(Sittinginhercarriagedrawnbysparrowsdovesorswansshetraveledfarandwidetoinspireloveintheheartsofallnatureandmovemanandbeastandanimalandplanttoreproduction(withthehelpofherlittlesonErosthegodofloveshemademanyataleofhappinessandsadnessinthelifeofgodsandmen(Beinglessserioussheintroducedtheideaoffreeloveintomarriedlife(ShewasneverfaithfultoherhusbandHephaestus(HerhusbandononeoccasioncaughtherinanetasshewaslyingwithMars(Thenheheldthembothuptofuninfrontofthegods(Shew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