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Goddess Athena

Goddess Athena was the mythological goddess of wisdom, but also the poetic symbol of reason and purity. Goddess Athena was very important to the Greeks, since they named her the Iliad’s goddess of fight, the warrior-defender, the protector of civilized life and artisan activities and so on… Indeed, the Greek Mythology seems to be endlessly […]

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Jason and The Argonauts

Jason, the hero of one of the most famous Greek myths  often known as “Jason and the Golden Fleece” or “Jason and the Argonauts”, was the son of Aeson king of Iolcus, in Thessaly Greece, and of Queen Alcimede. The beginning of the myth of Jason When Pelias, the half-brother of Aeson, deposed Aeson and […]

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The Trojan War – Myth and Reality Combined

One of the most famous Greek myths, balancing between reality and fiction is the Trojan War; infamous all over the world due to Homer’s Iliad and Odyssey, Trojan War still stirs people’s fantasy and artist’s creative imagination. The myth of the Trojan War originates from a quarrel between three Goddesses: Athena, Aphrodite and Hera. They […]

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