Just as there is a relationship between the television shows released and today’s society, there is too a relationship between the mythology of the past and the history during that time.
Seattle (PRWEB) March 08, 2016
Alexander the Great meets Hercules in a first of its kind, side-by-side account of Greek history and mythology.
In his new book, “Greek Mythic History,” author Spencer Clevenger provides a comprehensive look at the relationship between Greek history and Greek mythology.
“The subject is timeless,” Clevenger said. “But the approach, which capitalizes on modern discoveries, makes the work both timely and unique.”
Clevenger’s interest in Greek mythology began as a junior in high school and after thirty years of studying the subject, he chose to provide readers with a comprehensive rendition of Greek mythology from a more literal perspective.
“Just as there is a relationship between the television shows released and today’s society, there is too a relationship between the mythology of the past and the history during that time,” Clevenger said. “When you think of it that way, the relationship between history and mythology are a little more interesting.”
For more information, visit greekmythichistory.com.
Greek Mythic History
By Spencer Clevenger
Available in softcover, hardcover, e-book
Available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble and iUniverse
About the author
Spencer Clevenger earned an economics degree from University of California, Los Angeles and an MBA from the University of Southern California. He has studied mythology and Hellenic history for more than thirty years. Clevenger currently resides in the Seattle area where he works as a Senior Director, Treasury at a technology company.
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