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In Greek mythology, beauty was always a strong theme, and the story of the handsome Narcissus was proof of it.
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Do you love Ancient Greek Mythology? Are you teaching your children about the 12 Olympian Gods and you want a poster with all of them together?
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The Nine Muses were minor goddesses of Greek mythology, who were closely linked to the arts and sciences. They guided and inspired mortals and gods in their ventures.
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Mythical Groups The Ancient Greeks. The Furies (also known as the Eumenídes or Erinýes) The Furies—Megaera, Tisiphone and Alecto, were three daughters. - ppt download
The Fates The Fates were three goddesses—Atropos, Clotho and Lachesis—who controlled the fates of mortals—and sometimes the gods. Even Zeus could be subject to the decisions of the Fates Some myths describe the Fates as spinning several threads, each representing a mortal. The threads could be cut, they could cross paths or be twisted in several directions.
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It's a good time to be a mythology nerd. The Norse gods Thor and Loki are major Hollywood hunks, Neil Gaiman's American Gods is coming to television, and it seems like it's far more socially acceptable to talk about Minotaurs and dragons than ever…
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Historians, archeologists and researchers in our distant past insist that civilized life began on the Earth about 5,000 years ago.
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Before the Olympians, there were the Titans. Powerful rulers of the universe, the Titans were eventually overthrown.
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Most people are familiar with the story of Atlantis, the legendary sunken city as described by the ancient Greek philosopher Plato. Till this day, opinion is still divided as to whether this story should be understood literally or taken merely as a morality tale. Further east in the subcontinent of India is a similar tale, though it probably is less well known compared to that of Atlantis.
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