Mythology
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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 ...

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Apollo and Artemis – Greek Mythology

In Greek mythology, Apollo and Artemis were brother and sister, the twin children of Zeus and Leto. They were highly skilled in hunting and archery and each ...

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The Titanomachy – The Battle of the Gods

In Greek mythology, the Titanomachy was a war that lasted for ten years between the Titans and the Olympian gods. It consisted of a series of battles fought ...

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Aeneas – Trojan Hero In Greek Mythology

Aeneas was a Trojan hero in Greek mythology and the cousin of Hector, the Trojan prince. He’s well known for the role he played in the Trojan war, defending ...

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Cerberus – Watchdog of the Underworld

In Greek mythology, Cerberus was a monstrous three-headed dog that lived in and guarded the Underworld.  He was also known as the ‘Hound of Hades’. Cerberus ...

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Peleus – Greek Hero and Father of Achilles

Peleus was a hero of great significance in Greek mythology. He was the Hunter of the Calydonian Boar and one of the Argonauts who accompanied Jason on his ...

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Tyche – Greek Goddess of Fortune

Tyche was a goddess in Greek mythology who presided over the fortune and prosperity of cities, as well as their destinies. She was also the goddess of ...

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Leto – Titan Goddess of Modesty and Motherhood

Leto was one of the most wronged characters in Greek mythology and was respected as a powerful deity. She was the goddess of motherhood and modesty and was ...

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Hyperion – Titan God of Heavenly Light  (Greek Mythology)

In Greek mythology, Hyperion was the Titan god of heavenly light. He was a highly prominent deity during the Golden Age, before Zeus and the Olympians came ...

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Gorgoneion – Symbol of Protection

The Gorgoneion is a protection symbol, featuring the head of a Gorgon, a mythical creature often portrayed in ancient literature. It was used to protect ...

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