Mythology
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Legendary Greek Mythology Weapons

Greek mythology is the home of many fantastic and magical weapons used by the Greek heroes, demi-gods, gods, and Titans. Yet, for some reason, Greek myths ...

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Calypso (Greek Mythology) – Devious or Devoted?

Perhaps most renowned for her involvement with Odysseus in Homer’s epic the Odyssey, the nymph Calypso often evokes mixed feelings in Greek mythology. ...

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Eleutheria – The Greek Goddess of Freedom

Many Greek gods are famous to this day for their unique looks, myths, and characteristics. There’s one goddess, however, that we know very little of, even ...

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Aeolus – The Keeper of the Winds (Greek Mythology)

In Greek mythology, “Aeolus” is a name given to three characters who are genealogically related. Their accounts are also so similar that ancient ...

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Astraea – Greek Goddess of Justice and Innocence

In ancient Greek mythology, there were several deities related to the notion of moral balance (or ‘sophrosyne’). Among these, Astraea, the virgin goddess of ...

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The Erotes – The Winged Gods of Love

Love has been a powerful driving force throughout all of mankind’s history. It is an emotion so complex and relevant to cultural life, that the Greeks had ...

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Ourea – The Greek Deities of Mountains

In Greek mythology, each mountain was believed to have its own deity. The Ourea were the primordial deities that represented the mountains of the world ...

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Himeros – Greek God of Erotic Desire

Greek mythology is filled to the brim with erotic desire and and sexual misconduct. Zeus, the almighty King of the Gods, cheated on his wife regularly with ...

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Hippolyta – Queen of the Amazons and Daughter of Ares

A daughter of the Greek god of war Ares and a Queen of the famous Amazon warrior women, Hippolyta is one of the most celebrated Greek heroines. But who ...

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Plutus – Greek God of Wealth

Every culture in history has its gods and goddesses of wealth and prosperity. The pantheon in ancient Greek religion and mythology is no exception. ...

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