Spotlight on Heroes: Achilles
Known From: The Iliad Notable Quotes about Achilles: “Sing Goddess, Achilles’ rage, Black and murderous, that cost the Greeks Incalculable pain,Read 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.
That Time Heracles Met Snake Woman…
By Carly Silver, Contributing Writer, Ancient Origins While completing his Twelve Labors, the Greek hero Heracles (a.k.a. Hercules) got upRead more.
The Story before the Story of the Iliad
A good story grows like a tree, upwards, seeking the sun and light. Its heavy branches, though substantial on theirRead more.
Aphrodite: The Original Honey Trap
There’s a thin line between love and hate, but there’s hardly a crack of daylight between Love and War. Aphrodite,Read more.
The Athenian Athena
By Ben Potter, Contributing Writer, Classical Wisdom Anyone with an interest in the classical Greek world may well have beenRead more.
Titans of Greek Mythology
Okay, today we are talking about the Titans of Greek mythology. Now, of course there are a lot of sourcesRead 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.
Achilles (The Iliad)
Known From: The Iliad “If I return home to my dear native land, lost then is my glorious renown, yet shallRead more.
The All Seeing Greek but Overlooked God: Helios
By Alicia McDermott, Contributing writer, Ancient Origins An unpunished second-generation Titan of Greek myth, Helios was a deity who wasRead more.