Greek Mythology: Ares and Aphrodite – Hephaestus’ Net (Mars and Venus)
Nyx: The Primordial Goddess Of Night by Mythology & Fiction Explained n Hesiod‘s Theogony, Nyx is born of Chaos. With Erebus (Darkness), Nyx gives birth to Aether (Brightness) and Hemera (Day). Later, on her own, Nyx gives birth to Moros (Doom, Destiny), Keres (Destruction, Death), Thanatos (Death), Hypnos (Sleep), the Oneiroi (Dreams), Momus (Blame), Oizys (Pain, Distress), the Hesperides, the Moirai (Fates), the Keres, Nemesis (Indignation, Retribution), Apate (Deceit), Philotes (Friendship), Geras (Old Age), and Eris (Strife). Roman-era bronze statuette of Nyx velificans or Selene (Getty Villa) In his description of Tartarus, Hesiod locates there the home of Nyx, and the homes […]
King Midas And The Golden Touch by Mythology & Fiction Explained King Midas and his golden touch, is a tale of greed, sorrow and self discovery.
Introduction to Ancient Greece. Part.3 of 3 of ‘Community Curriculum’ videos produced in partnership with the Great North Museum and Newcastle University.