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.
The story of creation is an area that all religions deal with; the story of Deucalion and Pyrrha are one part of that story in Ancient Greece. The pair though are also connected with a flood myth.
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.
Andromache was the wife of Hector, son of Priam, and was on the way to becoming the future Queen of Troy. The story of Andromache would be made famous by Euripides, and was a tale of highs and lows.
Theseus in Greek Mythology is today most famous for the story of Theseus and the Minotaur, the Greek hero though had a life full of adventure, and a life full of ups and downs.
Typhon was a monster from Greek mythology. Whilst not the most famous of monsters, Typhon was the most monstrous, and the father of many other famous creatures.
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.
Many people only know of Greek mythology, but the ancient world was filled with many interesting stories about the creation of the world.
The Greek myth of how the hero Perseus saved Ethiopian princess Andromeda from being eaten by the sea monster, Ceto.
Minos was one of the most famous kings of Greek mythology. King Minos was the king of Crete, a son of Zeus, and husband of Pasiphae; famously though, he was also the king encountered by Theseus.