Sirens are Greek mythological creatures who lived in the Mediterranean Sea. Now they've come to a TV screen near you!
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.
This article provides an analysis of what the myth 'The Flight of Icarus' reveals about Ancient Greek Society as well as an analysis of sources featuring the myth
When people think of Chaos they might not immediately think of a Greek deity, but in Greek mythology, Chaos was the first god in the Greek pantheon.
The Gigantomachy was one of the wars that took place in the stories of Ancient Greece. Specifically the Gigantomachy told of the war between the Gigantes, the giants, and the gods of Mount Olympus.
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.
Few people will perhaps realise that western astrology signs can be linked to Greek mythology, as each sign of the zodiac has a story from Ancient Greece associated with it.
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.
Gaia was one of the most important goddesses of the Greek pantheon in ancient Greek mythology.
In Greek mythology Tartarus was both a god and also a region deep below the surface of the earth. More famous as a prison than a deity, Tartarus was home to many notable prisoners.