the Greek mythological figure. For other uses, see Prometheus (disambiguation). Prometheus (/prəˈmiːθiːəs/ prə-MEE-thee-əs; Greek: Προμηθεύς [promɛːtʰeús]
Hypnos was a primordial deity in Greek mythology, the personification of sleep. He lived in a cave next to his twin brother, Thanatos, in the underworld, where no light was cast by the sun or the moon; the earth in front of the cave was full of poppies and other sleep-inducing plants. The river...
racehorse, see Somnus (horse). For other uses, see Hypnos (disambiguation). In Greek mythology, Hypnos (/ˈhɪpnɒs/; Greek: Ὕπνος, "sleep") was the personification
Ares was the god of war, and son of Zeus and Hera. He represented the raw violence and untamed acts that occured in wartime, in contrast to Athena, who was a symbol of tactical strategy and military planning.
He was disliked by both his parents. Whenever Ares appeared in a myth, he was depicted...
Aris or ARIS may refer to: Aris Alexandrou, Greek writer Aris Christofellis, Greek male soprano Aris Gavelas, Greek sprinter Aris Konstantinidis, Greek
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Aura was a deity that represented the gentle breeze of the early morning. It appeared both in Greek and Roman mythology.
Aura or aura may refer to: Aura (symptom), a symptom experienced before a migraine or seizure Aura (satellite), a satellite in the NASA Earth Observing