Greek & Roman Mythology
Sirens are mythological creatures originating in Greece. The sirens were once thought to have been considered deities at some point, but may have fallen from their position amongst the Greek gods.
Dionysus, the God of Wine and Ecstasy was born to a mortal mother Semele. His early life was full of madness and terror as Zeus' wife Hera pursued him mercilessly.
When your father is Zeus and your mother is Demeter, I suppose it is no surprise when everyone wants you for their own. Beautiful as she was, Persephone finally found love with Hades and became the Queen of the...
From her home high on Mount Olympus, Aphrodite saw what was happening and became enraged with jealousy and indignation. She went in search of her son, Eros, he must curse Psyche.
Many people only know of Greek mythology, but the ancient world was filled with many interesting stories about the creation of the world.
Scylla and Charybdis were two of the monsters that existed in the stories of Greek mythology. Encountered by Odysseus, the pair would give rise to a saying, "between a rock and a hard place".
The Greek Myth of Io, turned into a cow by Zeus and pursued through the world by a gadfly sent by jealous Hera.
Understanding the Origins of the Story of Pandora by taking a look at the known relevent texts.
A mother's love is stronger than the wrath of all mythological gods. When Persephone, goddess of Spring, was kidnapped, her mother, Demeter, faced two of the most powerful gods in Greek mythology.
For the sake of her parents and the kingdom, Psyche had resigned herself to accept her fate at the hands of the evil monster and to be his bride. She grieved that she would never know true love.
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