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
The Golden Fleece was the treasure that Jason and the other Argonauts went to Colchis to recover on a seemingly impossible quest. The Golden Fleece though was more than a simple treasure.
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
Sirens are Greek mythological creatures who lived in the Mediterranean Sea. Now they've come to a TV screen near you!
In Greek mythology the world was inhabited by many creatures, as well as men and gods. One of the most memorable groups of creatures in Ancient Greece were the Harpies, the winged women.
The muses were minor goddesses in Greek mythology, with a role to inspire poets, artists, sculptors and inventors; and the concept of the muse lives on into the modern day.
Aphrodite is a woman seeking revenge against Psyche. Will Psyche survive the impossible tasks given her? Will she find Eros?
The Minotaur is one of the most recognisable monsters from Greek mythology. The half-man, half-bull creature is most famously found in the story of Theseus and the Minotaur.
Cassandra was one of the seers of Greek mythology, featuring alongside the likes of Calchas and Helenus. Cassandra though was cursed by Apollo, and so her predictions were never believed.
In Greek mythology Ambrosia and Nectar were the food and drink of the gods. Ambrosia and Nectar were served by Ganymede as both a food substance and also as a restorative.