Circe: Justice for the Witch
By Kat Kennedy, Contributing Writer, Classical Wisdom If you think you know the story of Circe, the witch of AeaeaRead more.
Minotaur – A Beastie of Epic proportions
By Katherine Kennedy, Contributing Writer, Classical Wisdom Down, down below the imperial Palace of Knossos, the capital of Crete andRead more.
The Sirens: A Symbol of Fear
By Jocelyn Hitchcock, Contributing Writer, Classical Wisdom “For with their high clear song, the Sirens bewitch him, as they sitRead more.
Ancient Monster Survival Guide
By Brittany Garcia, Contributing Writer, Classical Wisdom While most people know about the ancient Greek monsters like: centaurs, harpies, cyclopes,Read more.
Female Monsters of the Odyssey
By Julia Huse, Contributing Writer, Classical Wisdom Limited Of the monsters and mythological creatures Odysseus encounters during his long voyageRead more.
Medusa: Sympathy for a Monster
By Nicole Saldarriaga What does it take to feel sympathy for a monster? In the case of Medusa, it mayRead more.
The Worship of Guilt: The Furies and Justice
By Nicole Saldarriaga If you think the Sirens are the only mythological beings capable of making music deadly, think again.Read more.
Assyria: Land of Demons
By Benjamin Welton There is a story (most likely untrue) that begins with a team of European archaeologists overseeing aRead more.
Pursuing the Gorgon Medusa
By John Mancini The Gorgon Medusa, with her serpentine hair, lolling tongue and deadly gaze, is one of the mostRead more.