The Graces

The Graces

The Charites (singular Charis) or Graces were three or more minor deities in Greek mythology, daughters of Zeus and Eurynome according to the prevalent belief; sometimes, they were considered daughters of Dionysus and Aphrodite; or Helios and Aegle. They were Aglaea (splendor), Euphrosyne (mirth)...

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The Grace or The Graces may refer to: Charites of Greek mythology The Grace (band), a South Korean girl group The Graces (band), a late 1980s and early

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Artemis was the goddess of chastity, virginity, the hunt, the moon, and the natural environment.

She was the daughter of Zeus and Leto, twin sister of Apollo. She was born on the island of Ortygia (Delos), where Leto had found shelter after being hunted by the lawful wife of Zeus, Hera. As soon...

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For other uses, see Artemis (disambiguation). Artemis /ˈɑrtɨmɨs/ was one of the most widely venerated of the Ancient Greek deities. Her Roman equivalent

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Iapetus was a Titan, son of Uranus and Gaea, and father of Atlas, Prometheus, Epimetheus and Menoetius. His name derives from the Greek word meaning to pierce usually with a spear; therefore, Iapetus may have been considered as the god of craftsmanship, although other sources site him as the god...

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Iapetus /aɪˈæpɨtəs/ may refer to: Iapetus (mythology), a Titan in Greek mythology Iapetus (moon), one of the planet Saturn's moons, named for the mythological

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Zeus was the god of the sky and ruler of the Olympian gods. He overthrew his father, Cronus, and then drew lots with his brothers Poseidon and Hades, in order to decide who would succeed their father on the throne. Zeus won the draw and became the supreme ruler of the gods, as well as lord of...

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For other uses, see Zeus (disambiguation). Zeus (English pronunciation: /ˈzjuːs/ ZEWS); Ancient Greek Ζεύς Zeús, pronounced [zdeǔ̯s] in Classical Attic;

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Theseus Adventures

Theseus Adventures

Once, there was a young boy named Theseus. Nobody knew who his father was, for both King Aegeus of Athens and Poseidon had been fond of his mother Aethra. Right before Theseus was born, Aegeus said to Aethra, "If we shall have a son, then when he becomes of age, tell him to lift this rock and...

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Acamas, the son of Phaedra and Theseus, and brother or half brother to Demophon, was a character in the Trojan War. After his father was exiled from

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