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The Greeks imagined that gods and goddesses were like human beings. Often they behaved just as badly! A Acamas Acamas was the son of the hero Theseus.
He fought in the Trojan War. Achilles Achilles was a Greek warrior who fought in the Trojan war. His mother was a nymph named Thetis.
When Achilles was a child she dipped him into the River Styx in the underworld to make him immortal but she held him by his heel and that part of his body remained mortal.
Actaeon Actaeon was a hunter who saw the goddess Artemis bathing. She turned him into a stag and he was killed by his own dogs. Aeneas Aeneas was a Trojan and a great warrior. He survived the Trojan War and fled to Italy. Agamemnon Agamemnon was commander of the Greeks during the Trojan War Ajax Ajax was a great Greek warrior who fought in the Trojan war Amazons The Amazons were a mythical race of women warriors Ambrosia Ambrosia was the food of the Destiny of achilles gods Amphitrite Amphitrite was the was the wife of Poseidon the sea god Andromeda Andromeda was a princess.
Her parents unwisely boasted that she was lovelier than the nereids. Poseidon flooded the land and to appease him Andromeda was chained to a rock to be sacrificed to a sea monster. Perseus turned up just in time to kill the monster. Apollo Apollo was Greek god Destiny of achilles music and poetry.
He was also god of prophecy.
Aphrodite Aphrodite was Greek goddess of love Arachne Arachne was a Greek woman who was very good at weaving. The goddess Athene turned her into a spider. Ares Ares was the Greek god of war Argus Argus was a giant with eyes Ariadne Ariadne was the daughter of King Minos of Crete and she helped Theseus to kill the Minotaur Artemis Artemis was the goddess of hunting and wild animals Ascelpius Asclepius was the Greek god of medicine and healing Asphodel Fields The Asphodel Fields were a part of the underworld where people who were not particularly good or bad went after their death Athene Athene was Greek goddess of wisdom and crafts Atlas Atlas was a titan a human shaped giant who held up the sky to prevent it falling to earth Augeus Augeus owned stables with cattle which had not been cleaned for years.
One of the tasks of Hercules was to clean them. Auster Auster was god of the south wind B Bellerophon Bellerophon was a Greek hero who killed the chimera. However he tried to ride Pegasus the winged horse to Mount Olympus dwelling place of the gods.
Zeus sent a gad fly which stung the horse and threw its rider to the ground. The god Apollo gave her the gift of prophecy but he later added a curse that nobody would ever believe her prophecies.
Centaurs Centaurs were mythical beings. They were half human and half horse.
Cerberus Cerberus was a dog with 3 heads who guarded the underworld and prevented the dead from escaping Ceres Ceres was the Greek goddess of agriculture and the harvest Cerynean hind The Cerynean hind had golden antlers and bronze hooves.
It was caught by Hercules. Charon Charon was the boatman who ferried the dead across the River Styx Charybdis Charybdis was a huge whirlpool that wrecked ships Chimera Chimera had the head of a lion, the body of a goat and a snake's tail Chiron Chiron was one of the centaurs Chloris Chloris was the Greek goddess of flowers Circe Circe was a sorceress who met Odysseus Clio Clio was the muse of history Cronos Cronos was the leader of the Titans.
He was overthrown by his son Zeus.
Cyclops The cyclops were one-eyed giants. The most famous was Polyphemus who was outwitted by Odysseus. The cyclops were children of Gaia the earth goddess and Uranus the sky god. D Daedalus Daedalus was the first man to fly with his son Icarus Danae Danae was the mother of the hero Perseus Demeter Demeter was Greek goddess of harvests and fertility Deucalion In the Greek version of the flood story Zeus sent a terrible flood.
Deucalion built an ark and survived with his wife Pyrrah. The goddess Hera cursed her so she could only repeat what other people said.The DVMPE has been developing a range of original content, such as Comedy show 'The Windy City Rejects' and topical debate show 'Push the Button' with David Vox Mullen and pro-wrestling's Ken Anderson.
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