A brief introduction of the 12 Olympians in the Greek Mythology
Ever wish you could yell "THIS IS SPARTA!" every time you dump someone? Newsflash, bucko- actual dating in ancient Sparta was far more intense.
Eos in Greek mythology was the dawn goddess, tasked with bring the first light to the day. This dawn goddess was a daughter of Hyperion, and also brother to the Greek sun god Helios.
As we continue through our journey into the world of mythology, we're taking a brief stop to take a look at some Roman mythos.
Olive oil is used today in mostly cooking and for health reasons. But in Rome there were many more ways it was used, making it one of the most valuable goods in the empire.
Erebus and Nyx were two of the first primordial beings that came from Chaos, nothingness. Though neither of them appeared in many stories of the ancient Greeks, the goddess Nyx was so feared that even Zeus was afraid to...
Hector was a hero of the Trojan War who appeared in Homer's Iliad. Hector though, was not a hero on the victorious Achaean side, but was a prince of Troy, the son of King Priam and the main defender
The Afterlife is an important part of Greek mythology, for the ultimate aim for the living was to spend eternity in Elysium. To get there, people would have to face the three judges of the underworld
Understanding the Origins of the Story of Pandora by taking a look at the known relevent texts.
The Hecatonchires were three gigantic brothers from Greek mythology. Known for their 100 hands and 50 heads, these giants were siblings to the Cyclopes, and allies to Zeus and the Olympian gods.