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.
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.
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.
A list of all 12 Olympian Gods with bullet pointed quick facts so no searching for the information! Hope you enjoy.
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
Aphrodite is a woman seeking revenge against Psyche. Will Psyche survive the impossible tasks given her? Will she find Eros?
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 Greek myth of the hero Perseus' famous quest to kill the snaky-haired Medusa, whose glance could turn you to stone.
In Greek mythology Pygmalion was a Cypriot sculptor whose creation came to life; although of course today the name is more closely associated with a play by George Bernard Shaw.
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.