Helios The Sun God
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Helios The Sun God

Helios the Sun god, was the Roman name in Greek mythology. In most cases, people portrayed Helios as a powerful chariot driving his fiery chariots (or gleaming horses) east to west. The legend says Helgolos jumped in a golden cup from the Ocean in an encircling river that circles a flat planet. Since Helios was all…

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Cronus Greek Mythology
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Cronus Greek Mythology

His Greek mythology, Cronus was the leader of the Titans and the father of Zeus. He overthrew his own father, Uranus, and ruled during the Golden Age of man. However, Zeus eventually overthrew Cronus and imprisoned him in Tartarus. His Siblings: The Titans Cronus was the eldest son of Gaia and Uranus. His siblings were the Titans: Oceanus, Coeus,…

Hermes The God Of Speed
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Hermes The God Of Speed

In Greek Hermes is the god of speed, merchants, thieves, and travel. He is the son of Zeus and Maia, and his Roman equivalent is Mercuick with the odyssey, where he acts as a messenger between Zeus and humans. He also guides the hero Odysseus on his journey home from Troy. In addition to being a guide and a…

Labyrinth in Greek Mythology
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Labyrinth in Greek Mythology

A labyrinth in Greek Mythology is a maze-like structure that is designed to confuse and disorient those who enter it. The term labyrinth comes from the Greek word labrys, which means double-headed axe. In Greek mythology, the Labyrinth was built by the legendary craftsman Daedalus at the command of King Minos of Crete. It was used…

Miasma Greek Mythology Of Disease and Death
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Miasma Greek Mythology Of Disease and Death

Miasma (Greek: μίασμα) is a pollution of the atmosphere that was once believed to be caused by decaying matter. It was also thought to be the cause of disease, especially cholera, and the plague. The word miasma comes from the Greek word for pollution, which is μίασμα (miasma). The belief in miasma was very common…