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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Pursuing the Gorgon Medusa
By John Mancini The Gorgon Medusa, with her serpentine hair, lolling tongue and deadly gaze, is one of the most
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In Search of Asherah: The Lost Hebrew Goddess
By Mary E. Naples, M.A. Did God have a wife? Was a female deity revered alongside the monotheistic Hebrew god,
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Top Ten: Most Terrifying Monsters Of Greek Mythology
10. The Sphinx Known from: The Legend Of Oedipus Confronted by: Oedipus The first creature on our list is the
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Ajax The Lesser
The first mistake many make when discussing the hero Ajax and his role in the Trojan war, is that they
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Jason and the Quest for the Golden Fleece: The Colchis Days
We’ve been writing for a while about one of the most famous myths of Ancient Greece, Jason and the Quest
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The War For The Universe and the Rise of the Olympians
In order to properly understand the setting of this myth and to become familiar the birth of the Olympians ,
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