Who was the Father of Icarus in Greek Mythology? Icarus was popularly known after his attempt to leave the island of Crete Flying, but it had a dramatic ending as expected from this Mythology, Check it out.
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Queres (Keres) are Daemons of Greek Mythology and Represent Fatality and Violent Death. They are usually presented as women and daughters of the goddess Nyx. Check out everything about these Mythological beings.
Manticore was a mystical creature from Greek Mythology. Very similar to the Chimeras, these monsters had red hair, scorpion's tail. So little talked about in the history books, check it out.
Do you know the Story of the Minotaur? This Mythological Being (angry bull) was one of the most well-known figures within Greek Mythology and is still remembered today as a Horrendous being! Check out his Legend below.
Bellerophon was one of the most relevant heroes of Greek Mythology and became known after defeating the dreaded Chimera! His best friend is the winged horse Pegasus. Check out his story below.
Chimera was an popular figure in Greek Mythology and is a huge monster with a hybrid appearance of two or more animals! Not to mention the fact that she can spit both acid and fire out of her mouth and nostril.
It is said by many that Medusa was the villain of the story, but not quite ... Medusa and Perseus were rivals, all for the inflated ego of the goddess Athena. Gorgon did not really deserve the end it had, check out.
"I'm nobody". Have you heard this phrase? Said by Odysseus (Ulysses) to King Cyclops Polyphemus, son of Posidon (Poseidon) and nymph Teosa and lived in a cave near Sicily, taking care of sheep.
Who are Romulus and Remus? What is your history? These are founding twin brothers of Rome. Legend has it that they were raised by a wolf and later founded the city of Rome. Check out facts about them.
The Three Judges in Greek Underworld were popularly known after the Anime Knights of the Zodiac, but these Three Mythological beings existed a long time ago within Greek Mythology.
The Titans of Greek Mythology are considered to be those ancient gods sons of Gaia (mother earth) and Uranus (sky god). Check out facts and images about these ancient gods below.
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 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.
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.
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 and his sister, Ceto (Keto), chthonic monsters of an archaic world. Learn more about these creatures.
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.
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.
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Thanatos was, in Greek and Roman Mythology, the God of Death, therefore, the PERSONIFICATION of death, however, not the fatal death but the light and necessary death. Check out more about this God below.
When it comes to Greek Mythology, Hemera is the Greek Goddess of Light, that is, the Personification of Light, and she is the daughter of Nix with Erebus and in addition, she is also the mother of Uranus and Gaia, check out more about this Goddess below.
Moros was, in Greek Mythology, the Greek God of Luck and Destiny. He was the son of Nix (goddess of nightfall), one of the most relevant deities in this Mythology. Check out more about this god below.
Asclepius is the Greek and Roman God of Medicine and in some versions, he was one of the 15 (or 12) Olympic gods. Check out the fascinating history of this god from Greek Mythology below.
Hestia was the Greek and Roman Goddess of Home and Hearth and in Greco-Roman Mythology, Hestia was often represented as one of the 12 (in other versions 15) deities of Olympus. Check out more about this goddess below.
Hephaestus (Vulcan) is one of the Olympic gods of Ancient Greece and is known for being the Greek and Roman God of Metallurgy ... It was Hephaestus who forged the beam of Zeus, Trident of Poseidon and the Helm of Hades. Check out his Story below.
Dionysos is the Greek God of wine and festivals ... In Greek Mythology, Dionysos was represented for being "Emotion", as for Apollo, "Reason". Both always in contrast, just like Yin-Yang in Taoism, check out more about this God below.
Demeter, in Greek and Roman Mythology is the Greek Goddess of Agriculture and is a goddess of Olympus. She was often compared to the Primordial Titan Gaia. Check out its History, Representation and Myth below.
Athena was the Greek Goddess of wisdom and in Roman mythology she was also called Minerva. Athena was born directly from Zeus' brain and is also her father's most beloved goddess. Check out his story below.
Artemis (Diana in Roman mythology) was one of the most famous Greek Goddess in Greek Mythology. She was the goddess of hunting and the moon and had a very relevant role for the Hellenics ... Check out her story below.