Olympian Gods

Are the Greek Gods Good or Evil?

If we’ve said it once, we’ll say it again. Greek mythology is the king of pushing the moral ambiguity line. Because it’s within Greek mythology that you’re going to find a demigod who kills his wife and children, is sent on a series of impossible tasks by a god, and …

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Greek Gods Family Tree

Greek Gods Family Tree: Who is Who?

With all their inter family relationships, affairs, and falls into vice, keeping track of who is related to whom and how can be challenging when it comes to the Greek gods. What with Zeus and his multiple affairs, various gods marrying their siblings, and the ongoing threat of killing off …

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Greek Fire Gods

6 Greek Fire Gods: Who Are They?

Greek mythology has its way of creating a deity, creature, or tale for anything and everything imaginable. It’s no surprise that there are a plethora of gods associated with fire and all its aspects in one way or another. These gods range from minor figures to major players in this …

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Greek God Questions: Everything and Anything

In Greek mythology, there were tonnes of gods. In fact, there were a number of different ages where different groups of gods were dominant. First came the primordial Gods like Uranus and Gaia who represented the sky and the earth. Then came the Titans, great hulking beast gods. And finally …

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25 Facts About Greek Gods

The gods of Ancient Greece are some of the most famous in the popular Western imagination, but how much do you really know about them? The myths and legends about Zeus and his siblings and children are a world away from the happy family dynamics in Disney’s Hercules! From Athens …

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Coolest Greek Gods and Goddesses

7 Coolest Greek Gods and Goddesses: Who Are They?

Ancient Greek myth is pretty interesting – so cool that the Romans more or less copied the main parts! It’s filled with wild stories ranging from the silly to the heartbreaking. There are fourteen ‘main’ gods (twelve Olympians, plus Hades and Hestia), but there are hundreds – if not thousands! …

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