Ancient Greece

Pandora’s box

The cause of all evil being in the world began with Permethius stealing the element of fire from the Gods. Permethius gave the fire to mankind, his creation. As a punishment, Zeus tied Perrmethius to a cliff, where a eagle came every morning to devour his liver, and by night his liver healed, only for the …

Hades

Hades, the ruthless God of the underworld, was so feared no one would speak of his name. His myth showed how Ancient Greeks viewed death. No matter how good you were, you went to the underworld. For the Greeks, it was heaven, hell, and limbo combined. The majority of souls would wander aimlessly into a …

Zeus

Leader of the olympian Gods, Zeus was the God of the sky. He had over thrown his father, and he drew lots with his brothers Poseidon and Hades. He did this in order to decide who would succeed their father on the throne. Zeus won the draw, becoming father of all Olympian Gods and god …

The Minotaur

The story of the minotaur is an old myth from ancient Greece. He had a bulls head with the body of a man. His mother was Queen Pasiphae of Crete, King Minos’s wife. King Minos had to sacrifice a bull to Poseiden on sometimes, and one day when Posieden gave King Minos the most precious …