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classical Literture

Zeus God of Thunder
Hera Goddess of Marriage and Childbirth
Poseidon God of the Sea, Horses, Earthquakes
Hades Lord of the Underworld
Hestia Virginal Goddess of the Hearth, Home, and Community
Demeter Goddess of Fertility and Harvest
Athena Virgin Goddess of Wisdom, Practical Arts, and War
Hephaestus Lame God of Smithing, Metalworking, and Craftsmanship
Ares God of War
Aphrodite Goddess of Love
Artemis Virgin Goddess of Hunting and the Moon
Medusa One of the 3 Gorgons, whose gaze turns creatures to stone.
Sphinx Monster with the head of a Women, the body of a Lion, the tail of a Serpent, and the wings of an Eagle
Cerberus Three-headed watchdog who stood watch at the gate of the Underworld
Periphetes/Corynetes Lame Son of Hephaestus and Anticleia who clubbed stangers over the head
Sinis/Pityocamptes Robber who killed his victims by bending two tress and tying their arms to one tree, their legs to another, and then letting go
Sciron Murderer who killed travelers by kicking them over a cliff into the jaws of a man-eating turtle
Cercyon Inhospitable host who wrestled his guests to death or killed them after the match had exhausted them
Procrustes was a rogue smith and bandit who physically attacked people, stretching them, or cutting off their legs so as to make them fit an iron bed's size.
Minotaur A monster with a bull's head and a mans body housed in the nearly inescapable Labyrinth
Muses 9 Goddess who inspired artists
Nymphs Minor female divinities, beautiful youthful amorous spirits of nature
Trident Poseidon
Labyrinth Theseus or Minotaur
Eagle and Thunderbolt Zeus
Peacock Hera
Winged Cap and Sandals Hermes
Shield with Medusa's Image Athena
Snakes for hair Medusa
Riddle of the Sphinx Oedipus
Cerberus Hades
Nemean Lion Hercules
Dove Aphrodite
Golden Fleece Jason and the Argonauts
One Eye, One Tooth Graeae
Poison Medea
Vulnerable Heel Achilles
Created by: Hernz



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