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Theseus, the hero who killed the Minotaur that lurked at the center of King Minos’ labyrinth. Theseus found his way out of the maze thanks to the priestess (and princess) Ariadne and her ball of thread

Theseus and Minotaur Classic Mythology Sketch Card Picture, Theseus and Minotaur Classic Mythology Sketch Card Image

HYDRA Raging through the ocean, this Sea Hydra causes massive waves for miles around in its constant search for unlucky travelers. More from my gallery:

The Hydra, a serpent-like water beast that possessed many heads. The Hydra of Lerna was killed by Hercules as the second of his Twelve Tasks

THESEUS - Was the mythical founder-king of Athens and was the son of Aethra by two fathers: Aegeus and Poseidon. Theseus was a founder-hero, like Perseus, Cadmus, or Heracles, all of whom battled and overcame foes that were identified with an archaic religious and social order. As Heracles was the Dorian hero, Theseus was a founding hero, considered by Athenians as their own great reformer:

Theseus- Greek myth: a demi-god hero, son of Aethra and poseidon, who killed the Minotaur that lurked at the center of King Minos’ labyrinth. Theseus found his way out of the maze thanks to the priestess (and princess) Ariadne and her ball of thread

ouranos | Ouranos - Greek Mythology Wiki

Ouranos

URANUS [greek mythology] – the primal Greek god personifying the sky. Uranus or Father Sky was the son and husband of Gaia, Mother Earth. Uranus and Gaia were the parents of the first generation of.

Theseus and the Minotaur myth serves as the classical source of inspiration for the Hunger Games. In the myth Minos forces Athens to sacrifice 7 youths and 7 maidens to the Minotaur which kills them within a vast labyrinth. Theseus emerges the victor when he kills the Minotaur.

Theseus and the Minotaur - In the myth Minos forces Athens to sacrifice 7 youths and 7 maidens to the Minotaur which kills them within a vast labyrinth. Theseus emerges the victor when he kills the Minotaur.

Minotaur. “Wait I’m not done. Is he a bull in a china shop? Does he tell cock and bull stories? Does he take the bull by the horns? And of course I don’t have to ask, because I know he’s bull-headed.” A quote from Monster Pills. #MonsterPills #pbazeltine

Is he a bull in a china shop? Does he tell cock and bull stories? Does he take the bull by the horns? And of course I don’t have to ask, because I know he’s bull-headed.” A quote from Monster Pills.

Ariadne by Julie Dillon

Ariadne Julie Dillon - Freelance illustrator living and working in Northern California.

Para quem estiver achando algum alento no insuflo de detritos fecais petistas contra o ventilador ocorrido nesta sexta-feira, vou contrapor o argumento colhido de um sequaz daquela quadrilha, não sem razão. (Tá, a frase é barroca, mas eu assumo sê-lo.)

Alexander Dmitrievich Litovchenko ( 1835 - Charon carries souls across the river Styx Oil on canvas, 1889 The State Russian Museum, St.

History and Mythology; Roman versus Greek Gods. (Roman Prosperpina..... is a typo! must be...Proserpina....thanks to Safran Montblanc for correction)

Greek gods and their Roman counterparts. Roman gods and goddesses, as compared to their lively Greek counterparts, lacked personality, were never seen in human form, and were concerned with civic duty.

He [The Animus] is therefore sure of his success and cuts out all possible rivals.   He wins the soul of the dreamer, not in order to lead her back to normal life, but to her spiritual destiny. ~Carl Jung, CW 5, Para 468

Fun Quiz - Percy Jackson - find out who your godly parent is. Take this quiz and see what results you are getting.

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Nope, I did not steal your cookies, but you're welcome to search me for them. Sparta was awesome.

The Heroes of the Trojan War: Paris, Diomedes, Odysseus, Nestor, Achilles, Agamemnon Giclee Print

The Heroes of the Trojan War: Paris, Diomedes, Odysseus, Nestor, Achilles, Agamemnon

The Heroes of the Trojan War: Paris, Diomedes, Odysseus, Nestor, Achilles…

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