Medusa is one of the most famous monsters from Greek mythology. With hair of snakes, and gaze that could transform man into stone, Medusa would eventually meet her downfall at the hands of Perseus.
The Nymphs, or Nymphai, were the minor goddesses of Greek mythology. The nymphs were closely associated with elements of nature, ensuring the growth of plants and trees and the cleanliness of water.
Erebus is far from being the most famous of Greek gods, but in his own way he was an important one, as Erebus was the god of Darkness. His presence helped to explain why some places were dark.
Admetus can cheat death but only if someone else will agree to die in his place. His beloved wife Alcestis is the only volunteer.
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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.
At the request of Eros, Zephyr had rescued Psyche from a fate worse than death. She is now in the beautiful meadow gardens at the palace of Eros and awakens.
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
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
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.