Greek mythology

Greek mythology
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  • Greek mythology — Oral and literary traditions of the ancient Greeks concerning their gods and heroes and the nature and history of the cosmos. The Greek myths and legends are known today primarily from Greek literature, including such classic works as Homer s… …   Universalium

  • Greek mythology in western art and literature — The widespread adoption of Christianity would not curb the popularity of the myths and their continual recycling in art, music and literature. With the rediscovery of classical antiquity in Renaissance, the poetry of Ovid became a major influence …   Wikipedia

  • Greek mythology — noun the mythology of the ancient Greeks • Members of this Topic: ↑Dionysian, ↑Trojan War, ↑Augean stables, ↑Pandora s box, ↑Temple of Apollo, ↑Oracle of Apollo, ↑Delphic oracle, ↑oracle of Delphi, ↑ …   Useful english dictionary

  • Greek mythology — noun The body of myths and legends belonging to the ancient Greeks concerning their gods and heroes, the nature of the world, and the origins and significance of their own cult and ritual practices …   Wiktionary

  • Greek mythology — collection of stories from the time of ancient Greece containing tales of many Gods …   English contemporary dictionary

  • Modern understanding of Greek mythology — The genesis of modern understanding of Greek mythology is regarded by some scholars as a double reaction at the end of the 18th century against the traditional attitude of Christian animosity mixed with disdain, which had prevailed for centuries …   Wikipedia

  • Dragons in Greek mythology — Topics in Greek mythology Gods Primordial gods and Titans Zeus and the Olympians Pan and the nymphs Apollo and Dionysus Sea gods and Earth gods Heroes Heracles and his Labors Achilles and the Trojan War …   Wikipedia

  • Giants (Greek mythology) — Gigantomachia: Dionysos attacking a Giant, Attic red figure pelike, c. 460 BC, Louvre. Gigantes redirects here. For the Giants in other cultures, see Giant (mythology). For the giant figures of Spanish culture, see Gigantes y cabezudos. For the… …   Wikipedia

  • Chelone (Greek mythology) — For other uses, see Chelone (disambiguation). Chelone (Χελωνη, Khelônê), an Oread nymph of Arcadia in Greek mythology, invented to provide an etiological myth for the tortoise: in one of Aesop s Fables, she refused to attend or was very naughty… …   Wikipedia

  • Pleiades (Greek mythology) — For the Pleiades in other mythologies, see Pleiades in folklore and literature. The Pleiades (1885) by the Symbolist painter Elihu Vedder The Pleiades ( …   Wikipedia

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