The Library is attributed to a man named Apollodorus, though in fact we know nothing about who actually wrote it. The work is essentially a simply survey, a basic handbook of Greek myth that was probably compiled sometime during the first two centuries AD. Below we present the first section which is devoted to the early history of the cosmos and the succession of Zeus to kingship among the gods.

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