Introduction to Ancient Greece. Part.3 of 3 of ‘Community Curriculum’ videos produced in partnership with the Great North Museum and Newcastle University.
Monsters In Greek Mythology! by Origins Explained 8. Furies It’s said that Gaea shaped a great flint-bladed sickle after Uranus imprisoned her, and told her sons to castrate him. So the youngest of the Titans, Cronus, ambushed his father, Uranus, and fulfilled his mother’s request. From the blood that spilled onto the Earth as the result […]
Today we take a look at another of the lesser known and under appreciated Goddesses of Greek mythology. Iris the Goddess of the Sky, the Sea and Rainbows.
Charybdis: The Gigantic Whirlpool Monster by Mythology & Fiction Explained The enormous whirlpool monster of Greek mythology, Charybdis. We discuss how she featured in Greek mythology and how she was related to Scylla.