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I’d Idle On with an Eidolon

I’d been interested in the origin of the term “eidolon” after hearing the Let’s Talk About Myths, Baby episodes on Euripides’ Helen, and remembering that the term had been used in the Final Fantasy series. It’s basically a phantom, a … Continue reading

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Now on the Scene, the Goddess Nemesis

Yes, I still do mythology posts occasionally, especially when I have something to inspire me. In this case, it’s Rick Riordan’s The Mark of Athena, in which the goddess Nemesis makes an appearance. Based on her name, you’d think she’d … Continue reading

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Back to Rome

The Mark of Athena, by Rick Riordan – The third book in the Heroes of Olympus series has the parties from the first two join forces to fight the forces of Gaea. While this means people from Camp Half-Blood and … Continue reading

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