Roman Myth

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Looking at the nature of myths is to say that myths are tales shared by a group, and which are a part of their cultural distinctiveness. They are significant and vital to understand when looking at the history of a people. The accounts of the Greek and Roman Gods and heroes are at random referred to as myths and legends. On the other hand we can distinguish amid the two types of story and between …

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