Mythology
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Erinyes (Furies) – Three Greek Goddesses of Vengeance

The three Erinyes, called Alecto, Megaera, and Tisiphone are the chthonic goddesses of vengeance and retribution, known for tormenting and punishing those ...

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Orpheus –  The Legendary Musician and Poet

Most people may know Orpheus from one of the most tragic love stories ever written. He was unlucky enough to lose the only person he loved and when given ...

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Revenge and Retribution- The Goddess Nemesis

Nemesis (also known as Rhamnousia) is the Greek goddess of retribution and revenge on those that demonstrate pride and arrogance, especially against the ...

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Hera – The Greek Queen of the Gods

Hera (Roman counterpart Juno) is one of the Twelve Olympians and is married to Zeus, the most powerful of all the Greek gods, making her the Queen of the ...

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Artemis – The Greek Goddess of Hunting

Artemis (Roman counterpart Diana) is the Greek goddess associated with the moon, chastity, the hunt, childbirth, and the wilderness. Daughter of Leto and ...

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Persephone – Greek Goddess of Spring and the Underworld

Persephone (Roman Proserpine or Proserpina) was the daughter of Zeus and Demeter. She was the Goddess of the Underworld was also associated with springtime, ...

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Demeter – The Greek Goddess of Agriculture

Demeter was one of the twelve Olympian gods that lived on Mount Olympus. Goddess of the harvest and agriculture, Demeter (Roman counterpart Ceres) reigns ...

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Daedalus – The Story of the Legendary Craftsman

The legendary craftsperson, Daedalus, normally associated with Hephaistos, the god of fire, metallurgy, and crafts, stands out among the great figures of ...

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What Was the Griffin? – History and Symbolism

One of the most prominent motifs in the ancient Middle East and Mediterranean areas, the griffin is a mythical creature, often depicted with an eagle’s head ...

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Lernaean Hydra – The Many Headed Monster

The Lernaean Hydra is one of the most intriguing yet terrifying monsters of Greek mythology, best known for its connection with Hercules and his 12 labors. ...

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