The amount of research done by the author is impressive: this volume includes a story summary; a glossary of names; and a pair of genealogical charts
(one for the Trojans, the other for the Achaeans).
There's also a map with all the Welsh place names, plus genealogical charts
of the families of the main characters.
Inclusive of grammar and comprehension questions, discussion questions, cultural in-fluences of each myth in art, music, ballet, and literature, ten original black and white illustrations, map of place names mentioned in the myths, genealogical charts
, list of ancient sources cited, bibliography, and an end vocabulary, Latina Mythica is a superb learning tool, and very strongly recommended for all students of the Latin language, as well as Roman culture and myth.
By correlating the samples with a photographic catalog of whales identified over 26 years by NEAq, the researchers created "family trees" or genealogical charts
for right whales.
A separate portfolio of genealogical charts
of the ruling families of the region was also published.
What then can be the appeal of a novel that weighs in at almost 2 lbs and comes complete with appendices, maps, genealogical charts
and an index?
Indeed, in conversations I have had with readers of this novel, many have mentioned having the impulse to construct genealogical charts
of the Ruby families.
For all that, there is much here to be grateful for - not least the astonishing amount of information digested into readily accessible form, including genealogical charts
, a chronological table of Chaucer's life and parallel historical or literary events, and an appendix on the Chaucer portraits.
Our genealogical charts
show conclusively that the Tasaday are a distinct group that has lived in the mountains for seven generations, probably more," Rogel-Rara says.
The book includes genealogical charts
, b&w maps, and b&w contemporary photos of historical sites.