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FAQs

What is the best website for Greek mythology? ›

Web Sites
  • Classical Myth: The Ancient Sources. ...
  • Classical Mythology - Monmouth College. ...
  • Classical Mythology Online. ...
  • Classics Unveiled. ...
  • Encylopedia Mythica. ...
  • Encyclopedia of Greek Mythology. ...
  • Greek Mythology. ...
  • Greek Mythology Link.
15 Jul 2022

Where should I start researching Greek mythology? ›

I would definitely recommend beginning with Hesiod's Theogony and Works and Days. It's a really short read, and although it's an ancient text, it's easy to read and is a great intro to the beliefs of the ancient Greeks.

What is Hera the goddess of? ›

The goddess of women, marriage, and childbirth, she was known by the Romans as Juno. Homer gave Hera the epithet “ox-eyed” because of her large full eyes and described her as tall and striking. Hera was both sister and wife of Zeus, with whom she reigned on Mount Olympus.

Is Thor a Greek god? ›

Because Thor is a Norse god, he is not considered a god in Greek mythology; however, like most mythology, there is a Greek equivalent to Roman, Norse, and g. Therefore, if you wanted to look at Thor as a Greek god, you would look at the Greek god, Zeus.

How many kids did Zeus? ›

Zeus has four siblings which include Hera, Hades, Poseidon, and Hestia. Zeus also had six children which include Artemis, Apollo, Hermes, Athena, Ares, and Aphrodite. Together we will explore and learn about Greek Mythology, Zeus and his family through this beautiful gallery.

Who killed Medusa? ›

Perseus set out with the aid of the gods, who provided him with divine tools. While the Gorgons slept, the hero attacked, using Athena's polished shield to view the reflection of Medusa's awful face and avoid her petrifying gaze while he beheaded her with a harpe, an adamantine sword.

How can I learn Greek mythology fast? ›

To study Greek mythology, familiarize yourself with the major Olympian gods, like Zeus, Hera, Poseidon, and Hades. You should also read up on the great heroes of Greek mythology, like Hercules, Perseus, and Achilles, who are the protagonists of famous Greek myths.

What was Hades real name? ›

Hades, Greek Aïdes (“the Unseen”), also called Pluto or Pluton (“the Wealthy One” or “the Giver of Wealth”), in ancient Greek religion, god of the underworld. Hades was a son of the Titans Cronus and Rhea, and brother of the deities Zeus, Poseidon, Demeter, Hera, and Hestia.

How was Hera killed? ›

As punishment for her attempt to overthrow him, Zeus seized Hera and hung her in the sky by golden chains.

Did Hera cheat Zeus? ›

Despite Zeus' numerous infidelities, Hera didn't once cheat on her husband. Hera was the goddess of marriage and took that responsibility very seriously, which was probably why she was so vengeful to the females whom Zeus pursued.

Why did Zeus sleep with Hera? ›

Zeus and Hera

Zeus' final wife was his sister, Hera. Knowing her sympathy for animals, he transformed himself into a distressed little cuckoo, which Hera took in her arms to warm it. At that moment, Zeus turned back into himself and slept with her. Ashamed, Hera agreed to marry him.

Who is Zeus son? ›

Apollo. Apollo is the son of Zeus and Leto. His twin sister is Artemis. He is the god of music, playing a golden lyre.

Can Zeus beat Thor? ›

Zeus. It should come as no surprise that, in a one-on-one battle of Zeus vs Thor, Zeus would easily triumph.

Is Loki a Greek god? ›

Loki is a god in Norse mythology. According to some sources, Loki is the son of Fárbauti (a jötunn) and Laufey (mentioned as a goddess), and the brother of Helblindi and Býleistr.

How many did Zeus sleep with? ›

Gods aside, Zeus also had sexual affairs with 20 mortals, including one male, Ganymede, a prince ofTroy.

How did Zeus died? ›

Zeus dies at the hands of Kratos.

Who is Zeus's favorite child? ›

Zeus's Favourite Child Was Possibly Athena, Goddess of War

In one of the most bizarre twists of Greek mythology, Zeus's daughter Athena burst out of her father's head as an adult, fully clothed in armour and ready for battle.

Who killed Athena? ›

In his psyche, Kratos came face to face with his past sins, one of which was forgiving himself for killing Athena, which showed that he was deeply tormented for killing one of the few people (besides his family) who stood by his side no matter what.

Who was Medusa's true love? ›

Medusa and Poseidon engaged in a love affair and would have two children together, but not before Athena discovered the illicit affair. When Athena discovered the affair, she was enraged and immediately cursed Medusa by taking away her beauty.

Who killed Perseus? ›

Perseus slew Proetus, and was afterwards killed by Megapenthes, the son of Proetus, who avenged the death of his father.

Who created Greek god? ›

Without male assistance, Gaia gave birth to Uranus (the Sky), who then fertilized her. From that union the first Titans were born — six males: Coeus, Crius, Cronus, Hyperion, Iapetus, and Oceanus, and six females: Mnemosyne, Phoebe, Rhea, Theia, Themis, and Tethys.

Can I learn Greek on my own? ›

Can you learn Greek on your own? It's possible to learn conversational Greek on your own, but the only way to actually become fluent is to practice with native speakers. If you want to study Greek on your own, you can use a number of language apps that offer Greek.

Is Greek tough to learn? ›

Greek is a relatively difficult language to master, even more so for English speakers. But it's still easier to learn than Russian or Arabic. The reason many English speakers find Greek to be so difficult is that it's not closely related to the English language.

Who is Hades true love? ›

Hades, god of the Underworld, fell in love with Persephone and wanted her as his bride. His brother Zeus consented to the marriage—or at least refused to oppose it. Yet he warned Hades that Demeter would never approve this coupling, for she would not want her daughter spirited off to a sunless world.

Is Hades a girl or a boy? ›

He is the male protagonist of Lore Olympus. Originally born to be the God of Wealth, he is the eldest son of Kronos and Rhea, older brother to Poseidon and Zeus, and the future husband to Persephone. He is the CEO of Underworld Corp and a member of the 6 Traitors Dynasty.

What is the best guide to Greek mythology? ›

Here are the best Greek mythology books by the experts:
  • 1) Mythology: Timeless Tales of Gods and Heroes, 75th Anniversary Illustrated Edition, by Edith Hamilton.
  • 2) Treasury of Greek Mythology: Classic Stories of Gods, Goddesses, Heroes & Monsters, by Donna Jo Napoli.
  • 3) D'Aulaires' Book of Greek Myths, by Ingri d'Aulaire.

Where can I study Greek mythology online? ›

edX offers courses on a variety of mythology sources. The Ancient Greek Hero from Harvard University explores the intersection of stories and truth through famous works from Homer, Sophocles, and Plato. Students will study the heroes of the Iliad and the Odyssey, including famous men such as Achilles and Odysseus.

What is the best way to learn Greek mythology? ›

Take a class at a local college.

If you are not already in a class studying mythology, you can try taking one at the nearest university or community college. Greek mythology is a popular course, and many colleges offer it in both the spring and fall semesters, as well as over the summer.

What is the best collection of Greek mythology? ›

The 10 Best Greek Mythology Books
  • Mythology: Timeless Tales of Gods and Heroes by Edith Hamilton. ...
  • The Complete World of Greek Mythology by Richard Buxton. ...
  • D'Aulaires' Book of Greek Myths by Ingri and Edgar Parin d'Aulaire. ...
  • The Iliad by Homer, translated by Robert Fagles. ...
  • The Odyssey by Homer, translated by Robert Fagles.

Who is the 3 most powerful Greek god? ›

The Big Three are the three most powerful gods among the Olympians - Zeus, Poseidon and Hades, the three sons of Kronos and Rhea.

Which Greek god is the scariest? ›

Phobos (Ancient Greek: Φόβος, pronounced [pʰóbos], Ancient Greek: "fear") is the god and personification of fear and panic in Greek mythology. Phobos was the son of Ares and Aphrodite, and the brother of Deimos. He does not have a major role in mythology outside of being his father's attendant.

Who is the prettiest in Greek mythology? ›

Aphrodite was the most beautiful of all the Goddesses. Aphrodite was the most beautiful of all the Goddesses and there are many tales of how she could encourage both Gods and humans to fall in love with her.

Is studying mythology a job? ›

As such, there are a wide range of jobs that those with degrees in mythology and folklore can pursue — depending on degree level, interests, aptitudes, and what degree path is chosen. As with nearly all liberal arts degrees, many graduates can work in education, law, marketing and business, or a range of other fields.

Is Greek mythology good to learn? ›

Greek Mythology helps the child to learn about important values of life, such as family, friendship, and more. It also learns from a very early age about love, solidarity, help, the meaning of giving. People, heroes, gods, demigods, legends and even monsters star in the myths of the ancient Greeks.

How long does it take to learn Greek fluently? ›

The FSI has over 800 language learning courses in more than 70 languages with more than 70 years of experience in training US diplomats and foreign affairs employees.
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What is the hardest part about learning Greek? ›

Speaking Greek

The toughest thing is the vocabulary. However, even if you have a hard time with Greek, there's an amazing upside: the Greeks. Greek people are incredibly proud of their culture and language and they just love it when a foreigner is learning to speak it.

Is mythology a hard class? ›

It's not hard at all. It's a lot of reading but it's really interesting reading, not dry like most other classes. If you are even remotely interested in mythology or remember anything from middle school, it will be a breeze.

Who is the deadliest Greek goddess? ›

Keres
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Who is better than Zeus? ›

Nyx is older and more powerful than Zeus. Not much is known about Nyx. In the most famous myth featuring Nyx, Zeus is too afraid to enter Nyx's cave for fear of angering her.

Who is the most loved Greek goddess? ›

Artemis goddess is one of the most honored goddesses among ancient Greek deities. She is considered to be the protector of young girls. She is the goddess of hunting, the moon, virginity, childbirth, and the wilderness of wild animals. She is popularly known by her Roman name Diana.

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