Mythology
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Who is Tantalus of Greek Mythology?

Aside from being known for his wealth as the king of Sipylus, Tantalus is mainly famous for the punishment that he received from his father, Zeus. He ...

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Medusa – Symbolizing the Power of the Feminine

One of the most recognizable figures in Greek mythology, Medusa is also the most famous amongst the Gorgons, three hideous female monsters with snakes for ...

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Life Lessons from Greek Mythology – 10 Best Myth

Literature and history are filled with myths, and stories about the origins and adventures of the gods, goddesses, and other mythological beings. Some of ...

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Gaia – The Greek Earth Goddess

The Earth goddess Gaia, also known as Gaea, was the first deity that came out of Chaos in the beginning of time. In Greek mythology, she is the ...

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Satyr – Greek Half-Goat Half-Human

Greek mythology has a variety of fantastic beings that have gone beyond the frontiers of Greece and have come into modern western culture. One such creature ...

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Pagan Gods and Goddesses Across the World

Pagan gods or deities and pagan religions are the terms that Christians use to refer to any belief outside of Christianity. They started using this term ...

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Hades – God of the Dead and King of the Underworld

Hades is the Greek god of the dead as well as the king of the underworld. He is so well known that his name is used synonymously with the underworld and you ...

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Clio – Greek Muse of History

In Greek mythology, Clio (also spelled ‘Kleio) was one of the Nine Muses, the goddesses who guided and inspired artists. She was the personification of ...

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Commonly Used English Words with Mythological Origins

English words come from various sources, as the language was shaped by the influence of many older as well as different languages and cultures. As you’d ...

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8 of the Most Messed Up Stories from Greek Mythology 

One thing that most ancient religions and myths have in common are the number of bizarre stories and concepts that they carried. Not only are many such ...

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