Can't recommend as it is very downbeat. If you know Greek mythology you know it won't end well, but there is even greater emphasis on how men are downtreading women than in her Mabinogion books, and in this one the women are buying into it, even the Amazons [spoiler]self destructing by the end[/spoiler]. It is the first in her Theseus trilogy. The others were never published and I wouldn't read them if they were!
Quotes from Evangeline Walton: https:A story of the battle of the sexes, set in ancient Greece and Anatolia, shortly after society and religion changed from matrilineal clans to warlord-dominated civilization.
Evangeline Walton was the pen name of Evangeline Wilna Ensley, an American author of fantasy fiction. She remains popular in North America and Europe because of her “ability to humanize historical and mythological subjects with eloquence, humor and compassion”.