The Appeal of The Odyssey
By Ben Potter Even those of you who have only recently taken an interest in the classical world will have
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Hades and the Kingdom of the Dead
By Nicole Saldarriaga There were many things an Ancient Greek could fear. After all, there were capricious and vengeful gods
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Medusa: Sympathy for a Monster
By Nicole Saldarriaga  What does it take to feel sympathy for a monster? In the case of Medusa, it may
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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.
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Was Oedipus a Hero?
By Nicole Saldarriaga I’m fairly sure it would be safe to say that everyone’s heard of Oedipus. If that’s too
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King Croesus vs. Fate
By Francesca Leaf, Contributor from Noet, a Classical Wisdom Weekly Partner Best-known for his epic history, The Persian Wars, Herodotus
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Dionysus the Mild: Eater of Flesh
By Ben Potter As a figure of myth and superstition even in his own time, Dionysus could well have been
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Assyria: Land of Demons
By Benjamin Welton There is a story (most likely untrue) that begins with a team of European archaeologists overseeing a
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Holding Out For A Hero: Classical Myths to Comic Books
By Spencer Klavan Quick! Name this fictional character: the long-lost son of super-parents in the sky, fostered by an ordinary
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The Top 5 Dragon Slayers from Greek Mythology
By John Mancini The original sword-wielding dragon slayer of legend was not the knightly Orlando saving Angelica, nor was it
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