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Mythology: Gods and Goddesses, Part 1
Gods, goddesses, demigods and more! The stories of the Gods & Goddesses of Olympus told with pictures, music and descriptions. Aphrodite all the way to Zeus, plus extra stories and information.

This is part 1 of a 4 part overview of all the Greek gods.
Mythology: Gods and Goddesses, Part 1
"Aphrodite...laughter-loving, she laughed sweetly or mockingly."

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Mythology: Gods and Goddesses, Part 2
This time, we explore the world of the demigods. The Lesser Gods and Goddesses of Olympus, such as Hebe, the cupbearer, and Eros (also known as Cupid).

This is part 2 of a 4 part overview of all the Greek gods.
Mythology: Gods and Goddesses, Part 2
"The Graces were three -- a triple incarnation of grace and beauty."

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Mythology: Gods and Goddesses, Part 3
The rest of the demigods do not reside in Olympus. They live on Earth among mortals although some are divine as well. Examples of lesser divinities on Earth are Pan, the satyr and the Gorgons, which the Medusa was one of.

This is part 3 of a 4 part overview of all the Greek gods.
Mythology: Gods and Goddesses, Part 3
"The Sirens had enchanting voices and their singing lured sailors to their death."

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Mythology: Gods and Goddesses, Part 4
Ruled by Hades and his queen Persephone, the Underworld was where all the dead were believed to go. This part explains the people and animals guarding and living in the Underworld.

This is part 4 of a 4 part overview of all the Greek gods.
Mythology: Gods and Goddesses, Part 4
"The kingdom of the dead was ruled by Hades and his queen, Persephone."

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Mythology: Demeter, Goddess of Harvest
One of the two gods important to daily life, Demeter guarded over the corn and the harvest. From how she came to guard the harvest to the rescue of her daughter Persephone and how she disguised herself as a mortal, Demeter's tale is told.
Mythology: Demeter, Goddess of Harvest
"Nine days Demeter wandered."

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Mythology: Dionysus, God of Wine
Dionysus was the god who taught people how to make wine, as Demeter taught how to reap corn. Son of a god and a mortal, Dionysus proved over and over again that he was truly a god as he saved various people from peril.
Mythology: Dionysus, God of Wine
"He was the son of Zeus and Semele."

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Mythology: Creation of the World
Now that we've covered the major and minor deities and some of their more important tales, let's go back to the very beginning to explore the Greco-Roman view of the creation of the earth. This part looks at the epic battle between the Titans and the future gods of Olympus, Prometheus's desire to help mankind and the doom that befell him because of it, and Pandora and her insatiable curiosity.
Mythology: Creation of the World
And so Love was born from darkness and death, and with its birth, order and beauty began to banish blind confusion.

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