Theseus’ Journey to Crete to Slay the Minotaur

Theseus’ Journey to Crete to Slay the Minotaur

After overcoming the treacherous dangers on his path to Athens, Theseus quickly proved to be a great benefactor of the Athenian people. His greatest and most famous achievement was the slaying of Minotaur. At that time, Crete was ruled by the powerful King Minos....
The Story of Perseus and Medusa, the Snake-Haired Gorgon

The Story of Perseus and Medusa, the Snake-Haired Gorgon

The story of Perseus, like many Greek myths, begins with a prophecy, a prophecy that Acrisius, the king of Argos, received from the Oracle of Delphi. Acrisius went to the Oracle for guidance and wisdom but left with a prophecy of his doom and demise instead, a...
The Myth of Procne and Philomela

The Myth of Procne and Philomela

Once during a war King Pandion of Athens had received help from the Thracian King Tereus of Daulis and as a way of thanking him, he gave his daughter, the Athenian princess Procne, to him in marriage. With her, Tereus had a son, Itys. After a few years passed, Procne...
The Tragic Love Story of Pyramus and Thisbe

The Tragic Love Story of Pyramus and Thisbe

In the city of Babylon, far to the east, Pyramus and Thisbe lived in two neighbouring houses, which bumped against each other. Pyramus was the most beautiful young man in the city and Thisbe the most sought after girl. They loved each other with the innermost love,...
The Myth of Pentheus and the Vengeance of Dionysus

The Myth of Pentheus and the Vengeance of Dionysus

After Semele’s destruction, Dionysus was raised by the nymphs of mount Nysa, and he had now become a young, strong and proud god. So Dionysus returned to Greece and the first city he visited was none other than Thebes, the home of his mortal mother. To the...
The Myth of Narcissus and Echo

The Myth of Narcissus and Echo

Narcissus, a son of the river god Cephissus, was so wonderfully beautiful that anyone who saw him was infatuated with love for him. But he himself despised and rejected every love. Once, the mountain nymph Echo saw him in the forest and could think of nothing but him...
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