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The Hippocampus  – Greek Sea Creature

The hippocampus or hippocamp (Plural hippocampi) was a sea creature that originated in Greek mythology. Hippocamps were fish-tailed horses believed to be ...

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Lamia – The Night-Haunting Demon

In Greek mythology, Lamia was a horrific monster or daemon who killed every child she could get her hands on. The Ancient Greeks were terrified of her and ...

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Crius – Titan God of the Constellations

In Greek mythology, Crius was a first generation Titan and the god of constellations. Although he’s not one of the most famous deities among the Titans and ...

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Theia – Titan Goddess of Sight

In Greek mythology, Theia was one of the Titanides (the female Titans) and the Greek goddess of sight and shining elements. The Ancient Greeks believed that ...

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Graeae – Three Sisters One Eye

In Greek mythology, the Graeae were three sisters known for appearing in the myths of the legendary hero Perseus. The Graeae are side characters, only ...

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Arachne – Spider Woman (Greek Mythology)

Arachne was a mortal woman in Greek mythology who was an incredible weaver, more talented than any other mortal in the craft. She was famous for being ...

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Erebus – Greek God of Darkness

In Greek mythology, Erebus was the personification of darkness and the shadows. He was a primordial god, identified as one of the first five in existence. ...

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The Hunter Orion

When people say the name ‘Orion’, the first thing that comes to mind is usually the constellation. However, just as with most famous constellations, there’s ...

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Apollo and Daphne – An Impossible Love Story

The myth of Apollo and Daphne is a tragic love story of unrequited love and loss. It has been depicted in art and literature for centuries and its many ...

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20 Unique Greek Mythological Creatures

Greek mythology is full of deities, demigods, monsters and hybrid beasts, both fascinating and terrifying. Most of these fictional creatures ...