Mythology
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Maat – The Egyptian Goddess  and Her Feather of Truth

Maat or Ma’at is one of the most important Egyptian deities. A goddess of truth, order, harmony, balance, morality, justice, and law, Maat was honored and ...

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Morrigan – The Ancient Irish Trinity Goddess

The Morrigan, also called Mórrígan or Morrígu, is one of the most unique and complex deities of Irish mythology. She’s depicted as a strong, mysterious and ...

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Echo – The Cursed Nymph

In Greek mythology, Echo belongs to the long list of figures who suffered the wrath of Hera. A voracious talker, Echo is supposedly the reason we have ...

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The Fates (Moirai) – In Charge of Human Destiny

In Greek mythology, when people were born, their destinies were written; the Fates, also known as Moirai, were the ones in charge of this task. The three ...

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Minotaur – The Monster of the Labyrinth

Among the fantastic creatures of Greek mythology, the Minotaur is one of the most famous. This flesh-eating humanoid bull and its labyrinth appear as one of ...

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Ancient Egyptian Gods (List with Pictures)

The Egyptian pantheon is full of many deities, each with its own significance, myths and symbolism. Some of these beings goes through several ...

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Athena – Greek Goddess of War and Wisdom

Athena (Roman counterpart Minerva) is the Greek goddess of wisdom and warfare. She was considered the patron and protectress of many cities, but most ...

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Chrysaor – The Son of Medusa

Little is known about the story of Chrysaor, son of Poseidon and Medusa, and precisely that is what makes it so intriguing. Though he was a minor figure, ...

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Heracles – Greatest of the Greek Heroes

Although more popularly known by his Roman name Hercules, Heracles remains the greatest of all heroes in Greek mythology. So astonishing were his feats that ...

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Hephaestus – The Greek God of Crafts

Hephaestus (Roman equivalent Vulcan), also known as Hephaistos, was the Greek god of blacksmiths, craftsmanship, fire, and metallurgy. He was the only god ...

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