The Judgement of Paris was a decision given by the Trojan Prince Paris in Greek Mythology. The decision was the answer to the question who was the most beautiful of all the goddesses.
Hades was the god of the underworld in Greek mythology and the brother of Zeus. The Greek god Hades would become synonymous with his domain, his realm would be known as Hades in Greek 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.
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
Saturn was one of the Roman gods and goddesses worshipped two millennia ago. The Roman god Saturn was an agricultural god, and one most commonly linked with the god Cronus of the Greek pantheon.
The fauns are some of the most identifiable figures from ancient mythology. Fauns were originally part of Roman mythology, but have been part of art and literature ever since.
Io was a naiad, a water nymph, in Greek mythology. She is famous though for being a lover of Zeus; a lover who was persecuted by Hera, resulting in Io wandering the earth in the form of a cow.
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.
Greek mythology and poem "The sunflower".
Aphrodite is a woman seeking revenge against Psyche. Will Psyche survive the impossible tasks given her? Will she find Eros?