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Myth Wiki 1 & 2

Greek Mythology

He killed himself because he wanted to be with Thisbe. This story eventually inspired Romeo and Juliet. Pyramus
This person carved and fell in love with his sculpture, Galatea. Pygmalion
He fell in love with his reflection. Narcissus
What was Sappho famous for? Poetry
She was in love with Narcissus, but could only repeat the words he said to himself. Echo
She was the leader of thiasos, an informal female community. Sappho
He was Zeus's gay lover. Ganymede
He holds the earth on his shoulders as punishment for leading the Titanes in a rebellion against Zeus. Atlas
Nike was the winged goddess or spirit of what? Victory
Pan was always rejected from being with another. His appearance was half human and half what. Goat
These creatures were known for their one large eye. Cyclops
These creatures from greek myth are known for being a mix between goats and humans. Satyrs
These semi-wild creatures who were thought to be and barbaric and are known for getting drunk. Centaurs
This god was born in Thebes and his parents were Zeus and Semele. Dionysus
Artemis was associated with the moon and known as the goddess of what? Hunt
He was the god of all gods? Zeus
This goddess of love rose out of the sea in a cloud of foam. Aphrodite
Her children were devoured by Cronus. Rhea
Rhea tricked Cronus into eating a what, saving her son Zeus? Rock
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