GREEK MYTHOLOGY

     The site has the name "Spartacus Brasil", Spartacus lived in an era where Roman Polytheism was believed, a fact where commoners, politicians and malefactors prayed to Apollo for warmth and prosperity. Roman Mythology is based on Greek Mythology, but with its individuality.

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GRECO ROMAN MYTHOLOGY

     Greco-Roman mythology originated from the combination of Greek and Roman religions. The two merged for presenting similar aspects, as in the traditions for example. The Greeks and Romans built several temples for their gods, places where they offered prayers and rituals, including animal sacrifices. The Greek gods were similar to the Roman gods. But some Roman gods have significant differences from the Greek gods. In the Greek religion, the names are in Greek. In Roman religion, the names are in Latin. Both religions worshiped several Gods and these same Gods had human representations and feelings: they fell in love, suffered, fought and cried.

GREEK MYTHOLOGY

     We write every week, sometimes more, sometimes less, but one thing is certain: we always bring relevant and objective content to our website! On this specific page, we deal with various topics related to Greek Mythology such as: Gods of Greek Mythology, Greek Gods, Greek Myths, Gods of Olympus, Roman Gods and various other content related to this fascinating topic.

ARTICLES ON GREEK MYTHOLOGY:

Greek Underworld, in Greek Mythology, is the land of the dead, the place where people's souls would go after death. In that place souls would pass a judgment, where their destiny would be decided.

Roman Mythology | Roman Gods and Goddesses: Aren't Greek and Roman Gods the same thing? In a simplified way, yes! With the exception of their respective names. Check out everything about the Roman Gods below.

The Brazen Bull, also known as the Bronze Bull or Sicilian, was one of the cruelest torture and execution machines that man has ever developed, whose invention is attributed to Phalaris. Check out everything about this work below.

As for the God of War Kratos, we all already know it! But what about the Cratos that really existed within Greek Mythology, have you heard or know its history? Find out by reading below.

The three Graces were known to represent art (artistic representations) within Greek Mythology. Find out more about them by reading the article below.

The three Gorgon sisters: Euryale, Medusa and stheno were daughters of the ancient sea deities, Fórcis (Phorkys) and his sister, Ceto (Keto), chthonic monsters of an archaic world. Learn more about these creatures from Greek Mythology.

Find out who Hermes Trismegistro was and if he really was the fusion of the Greek god Hermes with the Egyptian god Toth. His history is extremely old and he is considered the ancient Christ.

Find out what Greek Rituals were like and why the Greeks used to sacrifice animals, children and bad-looking people in their rituals. Greek mythology for the real world.

Find out who were the 9 Muses of Olympus, their role in Greek Mythology and their respective representations in art, music, theater, festivities ... Just as Polímnia was the muse of loving and sacred poetry, discover more assignments.

Titanomachy is also known as the "War of the Titans" against the Olympian Gods and is one of the most discussed themes in Greek Mythology. Understand how it happened and who won this decade-long war.

We all know the story of how the world was created according to Christians. But what about Greek polytheism? Check out the history of creation and the origin of everything according to Greek Mythology.


ARTICLES ON THE GREEK GODS

Zeus: Greek God of Thunder may have been the Most Relevant God in Greek Mythology! Nowadays he is the most searched Greek God on the internet, check out all about him on our website below!

Rhea was the sister and wife Goddess of Cronos, whom she managed to deceive, preventing her son Zeus from being swallowed by him. When Zeus was born, Rhea gave Cronos a stone to swallow in place of the newborn.

Mnemosyne is relevant within Greek Mythology because she is the "Leader" of the Muses of Olympus. She is also known for being the Goddess of Memory and Remembrance. Check out some facts about this Goddess.

Hyperion was one of the Titans within Greek mythology. He is known for being the first astronomer and with that, his personification is the Astros themselves. Check out some facts about this Elder below.

Coeus is a Titan within Greek and Roman Mythology and is represented for being the search for knowledge and truth. He is one of the 12 Titans of the first generation and certainly had a value for the Hellenics.

Oceanus, in Greek Mythology is Son of Gaia (Earth) and Uranus (Heaven). He is one of the 12 Titans of the First Generation and is known to be the ancient Poseidon! Check out everything about this Ancient God below.

Cronus greek god described in two ways within Greek mythology, but in both forms he was the representation of time. In one version, Chronos, was the whole, in another version, Cronos, was the son of Urano and Gaia.

Uranus is the Greek and Roman God of the sky, being thus, for the Hellenics, besides being father of Jupiter (Zeus). Uranus Also represented the sky. Check out everything about this Mythological God below.

Oreas and Nesus were two Mythological Gods forgotten within Greek Mythology! Both are the representation of the Mountains and Islands. Check out all about these Elder Gods below.

Pontus: This being is the Titan personified as the open sea. It is extremely scarce in Greek and Roman mythologies. Check out some facts about this Ancient God and also mythological sea creatures.

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