The Chimera was one of the monsters that were believed to exist in Ancient Greece. A hybrid monster made up of a lion, a goat and snake, the Chimera was a deadly beast.
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
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.
The single-eyed giants that were the Cyclopes are some of the most recognisable figures from Greek mythology. In Ancient Greece there were two distinct generations of Cyclopes.
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.
Leto was a goddess from the Ancient Greek pantheon. A daughter of the Ttians Coeus and Phoebe, Leto would become even more famous as the mother of Apollo and Artemis, gods of Mount Olympus.
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.
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.