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Journey to the Mythological Inferno

Journey to the Mythological Inferno

America"s Discovery by the Ancient Greeks

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Published by Rogem Press, Denver CO in Denver, CO, USA .
Written in English


The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
Number of Pages234
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25118764M
ISBN 10978-0-9792689-2-2

  In Inferno, we once again have Dr. Robert Langdon using obscure knowledge about literature, history, and art to solve with this go around, we focus on the works of Dante Alighieri, who wrote the Divine Comedy—the highlight of which is Inferno.. Langdon is correct about the modern conceptualization of Hell. Dante literally wrote the book on it. Danteworlds: A Reader's Guide to the Inferno by Guy P. Raffa () Ideal for a broad audience and first-time readers of Inferno, this book, serves as a guide through Dante’s underworld circle by circle and gives concise information on all the major persons, deities, and creatures encountered by Dante in the course of his journey.

The shade (or spirit) of Virgil that appears in Inferno has been condemned to an eternity in Hell because he lived prior to Christ’s appearance on Earth (and thus prior to the possibility of redemption in Him). Nonetheless, Virgil has now received orders to lead Dante through Hell on his spiritual journey. Inferno is the first part of Dante Alighieri's 14th-century epic poem Divine Comedy. Inferno is an allegory telling of the journey of Dante through Hell, guided by the Roman poet Virgil. In the poem, Hell is described as nine circles of suffering located within the Earth.

The first part of the journey, as captured in The Inferno, takes Dante and his guide (the ghost of Virgil) through the nine levels of Hell. Encountering many historical and mythological figures along the way, the journey ends with Dante returning to Earth on Easter morning after having seen history's three greatest sinners (Judas, Cassius, and.   To the Greeks, the underworld journey was an ideal vehicle for the hero to display his exceptional qualities, often involving the rescue of a soul trapped there. A central convention of Greek mythological narratives is katabasis, the hero’s journey to the underworld or land of the : Ancient-Origins.


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Journey to the Mythological Inferno: Mattievich, Enrico: : : Enrico Mattievich. If you were to take the Journey to the Mythological Inferno, what would you find there. The author Prof. Enrico Mattievich, Ph D., is our guide into one of the magical adventures of all times.

As Ulysses tells it; to reach the Underworld, he WINNER * New Generation Indie Book Awards in History Non-Fiction WINNER * International Book Awards in History: Ancient.5/5. Journey to the Mythological Inferno: America's Discovery by the Ancient Greeks - Enrico Mattievich, Silvio Mattievich - Google Books.

Journey to the Mythological Inferno by Enrico Mattievich,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.5/5(2). SUN BOAT is in the same genre as Gavin Menzies' controversial bestseller, - The Year China Discovered the World and Enrico Mattievich's Journey to the Mythological Inferno, the latter winning the International Book of the Year (history category).

Journey to the Mythological Inferno is a Historical Non-Fiction Winners book. The author, Dr. Enrico Mattievich, is a retired professor of Physics who taught at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ) for more than thirty years.

journey to the mythological inferno Journey To The Mythological Inferno. Total Read: 81 Description: In his Journey to the Mythological Inferno, author Dante S Interpretive Journey. Description: Critically engaging the thought of Heidegger, Gadamer, and others, William The Hero Journey.

In his Journey to the Mythological Inferno, author Enrico Mattievich, boldly ties the many loose ends-and proposes a novel theory-to, among other things, our understanding of the origin of pre-Columbian American civilization, to the origin of ancient Greek mythology, to the tantalizing mystery of ancient knowledge of America in the Old World, and to myths of ancient travelers to the.

• WINNER * New Generation Indie Book Awards in History Non-Fiction • WINNER * International Book Awards in History: Ancient. If you were to take the “Journey to the Mythological Inferno”, what would you find there.

The author Prof. Enrico Mattievich, Ph D., is our guide into one of the magical adventures of all : Enrico Mattievich. Dante begins Inferno “midway on our life’s journey,” having strayed from the right path; finding his way back becomes the adventure of a lifetime.

Of the three books, Inferno remains the most widely read, beloved for its vigorous pace, unforgettable scenes, and dark but crucial truths.

Because Inferno is a Christian text and Dante was using it as a way to help believer’s in their spiritual journey, he transposed the pagan characters ound in Greek and Roman mythology and placed them into the metaphysical world of the Judeo-Christian Hell.

The Inferno (Hell) is the first part of The Divine Comedy, followed by the Purgatorio (Purgatory) and Paradiso (Heaven). It is a classic Christian theological text that uses strong poetic imagination and allegorical allusion. Though originally written in Italian between and AD, the work is widely translated and its themes are drawn upon by generations of writers since.

Buy Journey to the Mythological Inferno by Enrico Mattievich (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. Tag: Journey to Mythological Inferno. Did Ancient Greeks Discover America. Stella Tsolakidou-Jun 2, Dr.

Enrico Mattievich, a retired Professor of Physics from the UFRJ, Brazil, suggested in that Odysseus's journey to the Underworld took actually place Latest.

John Koudounis Heads Effort Raising More than K for Covid Relief. Enrico Mattievich is the author of Journey to the Mythological Inferno ( avg rating, 2 ratings, 1 review, published ) and Journey to the Mytholog Home My Books5/5.

Dan Brown, whose string of best-sellers include The DaVinci Code, published a book last May called The Inferno, which topped The New York Times bestsellers’ list for several weeks.

In a surprising twist, both the villain and hero characters in the book agree that extreme measures are essential to avoid an overpopulation catastrophe for mankind. This book uses a question-and-answer format.

It poses, then answers, relevant questions about Dante, background information, and The Divine Comedy.

This book goes through the Inferno canto by canto. I recommend that you read the relevant section of the Inferno, then read my comments, then go back and re-read the relevant section of the Inferno.

Monsters & Mythological Creatures in Dante’s Inferno. Posted on August 3, by admin. Finally, Vanni is another of the mythological characters that Dante and Virgil meet during their epic journey through the Inferno.

Vanni is a sight of shame, for he has succumbed to sins of stealth and dishonesty. Even as he is hurting from. The Inferno tells the journey of Dante through Hell, guided by the ancient Roman poet Virgil. In the poem, Hell is depicted as nine concentric circles of torment located within the Earth; it is the "realm of those who have rejected spiritual values by yielding to bestial appetites or violence, or by perverting their human intellect to fraud or malice against their fellowmen".

[1]. In Greek mythology, for example, Orpheus enters the Underworld in order to bring Eurydice back to the world of the living. Most katabases take place in a supernatural underworld, such as Hades or Hell — as in Nekyia, the 11th book of the Odyssey, which describes Odysseus 's descent to the Underworld.

The Divine Comedy translated by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (e-text courtesy ILT's Digital Dante Project) INFERNO Inferno: Canto I Midway upon the journey of our life I found myself within a forest dark, For the straightforward pathway had been lost.

Ah me! how hard a thing it is to say What was this forest savage, rough, and stern, Which in the.The Characters in the Inferno The Historical and Fictional Characters that Dante Encounters in Hell and his classic, the Aeneid which tells of the mythological journey of a group of Trojan survivors after the fall of Troy as they journey from their homeland to Italy, Minor Characters in The Inferno A.Book 6, in which Aeneas visits the underworld to meet the shade of his father (Anchises) and learn future events in his journey and in the history of Rome, provides key parts of the machinery of the afterlife—primarily mythological monsters and rivers—that Dante uses to shape his own version of the afterlife, hell in particular.