Artemis – Goddess of the Hunt

During Ancient Greek times, the gods and goddesses were worshipped on a regular basis. The Greek Goddess Artemis was one of these goddesses. Considered to be one of the Twelve Olympians, she was known as the Goddess of the Hunt and the Moon and she was included in some of the major myths about the Gods and Goddesses of Olympus. Later on, she was also adopted by the Romans, who renamed her Diana. Here’s more information about her:

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What Was the Trojan War in Greek Mythology?

The Trojan War is one of the most recognizable conflicts in Greek mythology. The two works by Homer, the Iliad and the Odyssey, which take place after the Trojan war, have delighted people for thousands of years. Through these stories of war, romance, and deception, we learn about the gods and goddesses, popular heroes like Jason and Odysseus, and a multitude of creatures. There have even been archaeological findings that suggest that the Trojan War may have actually happened. Here’s more information about this war and the place it has in Greek mythology:

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Zeus – King of the Gods

In ancient Greek religion, Zeus is the king of the sky and thunder as well as the King of the Gods. The name Zeus is thought to have come from the ancient Greek word for “bright.” Here’s what you should know about Zeus, King of Olympus. Here’s more information about Zeus:

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