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The Changing of the Gods

Stories of gods having to fight other gods for dominance over the world are quite common in mythology, but there are a few different sorts. Some have the new gods overthrowing older, established ones. Others have gods going to war … Continue reading

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Zeus or Consequences

As ruler of the Greek gods, Zeus was considered by the ancient Greeks as one of the most powerful entities in the world, with only Destiny and the Fates remaining outside his control. His father Kronos, faced with a prophecy … Continue reading

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The Smartest Girl in the Olympian Room

One of the most versatile deities of the Greek pantheon was Athena, best known as goddess of wisdom, but also in charge of war, the arts, skill, justice, and civilization. She was credited with the invention of the flute, the … Continue reading

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