The Greek myth of Prometheus, who stole fire from the Gods for the sake of humankind.
Paris was a prince of Troy in Greek mythology. Famed for his fairness he would take part in the Judgement of Paris to decide the most beautiful of goddesses; and he would also abduct Helen from Sparta
The Python was the name given to a monstrous serpent in Greek mythology. The Python was the child of Gaia, and the one time tool of Hera, and would ultimately be a foe of Apollo.
The Hesperides were a group of nymphs from Greek mythology, who resided in the Garden of the Hesperides. In the garden of the Hesperides the nymphs would guard and tend the famous Golden Apples.
Greek mythology and poem "The sunflower".
The Sirens are some of the most famous characters from Greek mythology. The song of the Sirens was said to lure mariners to their deaths, and heroes like Jason and Odysseus had to improvise to survive
Pegasus is one of the mythical creatures of Ancient Greece, who is still famous and recognisable. The winged horse of Greek mythology would be closely associated with the Greek hero Bellerophon.
It came to Perseus that Polydectes, who wanted ever more power and riches, would also want even more protection. At the risk of his own life, Perseus promised Polydectes the head of Medusa.
In Greek mythology Atalanta was one of the ancient world's best hunters, strangely for Greek myths though Atalanta was a female hero. The heroine would take part in the Calydonian Hunt but is most
These deities are a group of gods from which all others descend. They most notably include Uranus (Father Sky) and Gaia (Mother Earth), who preceded the Titans, who themselves preceded the Olympians.