The myth of Perseus where he had to slay Medusa and free his mother from an evil king who wanted Perseus dead. The myth of Medusa is about a beautiful girl who was the object of affection of Poseidon. This girlwas Medusa. She and Poseidon had an affair in Athena's temple and turned her hair into snakes as punishment. The Odyssey is a good example of myths.
There are many examples of mythology. There is Greek mythology, as well as Roman and Norse mythology. There are also Egyptian mythologies, although they are not as popular.
Some examples of Greek mythology would be The Golden Fleece, or the Titan war.
The Chimera, Pegasus, and the Sphinx are examples of creatures from Greek mythology. See 'related links' for more. Also there's the Hydra, Cerberus, the Minotaur, and many kinds of dragons.
Yes, it did. One of the most famous examples of recorded Mesopotamian mythology is "The Epic of Gilgamesh", some copies of which have been around since the 13th century BCE, even the 18th century BCE.
The various creation myths such as The Story of Bathala and the Visayan version are examples of Philippine mythology. Another popular myth is the legend of Maria Makiling.
Monotheism is the belief in one god (i.e: Islam and Christianity), therefore polytheism is the belief in many. Some examples would be Greek mythology, Egyptian mythology, or the Mayan and Aztec cultures
Some mythology is based on rumours.
Odysseus and Poseidon are examples of many things, including prominent male characters from Greek mythology.
No, it has nothing to do with mythology, some people think that it is mythology because king neptune is in it.
Prose Fiction:For Me Its A myth- greek Mythology, Parable stories in the Bible, Legend. and its purpose is to Give some sort of examples that we can learned about. ^^, analytical- apex
Yes, actually some colleges have courses on greek mythology.
In Greek mythology, the nine what were the patron-goddesses of the arts.
Both pagaism and mythology has impacted the theater both in some plays and down to how some theaters are decorated
Hathor (Egyptian mythology)Hera (Greek mythology)
Storytelling, mythology, and dancing are some.
Some women in Norse mythology were gods (Freda), some were warriors (the Valkyrie), and some were ordinary women, servants, and entertainers.
Perseus the gorgon slayer 12 tasks of Heracles the Odyssey the Iliad
Too many to count. The Minotaur. Polyphemus. Centaurs.
There are no modern goddesses of Greek mythology, it is mythology that dates back to ancient Greece.
Some call it the Norse Religion, Viking Mythology, and the Viking Religion, but the most correct is Norse Mythology.
The effect, I believe cannot be understated. Mythology has affected the world in many ways giving us advice, entertaining us, and showing us interesting life lessons. Greek Mythology for example has made it way into our modern world, by shaping languages.Some examples:A Herculean taskHaving Midas's touchOpening Pandora's box
Greek mythology attemped to explain everything that the ancient Greeks couldn't understand. Remember that ancient Greeks didn't know the things we know today. Some examples are: Death Love Birth Good and evil Creation Sicknesses The stars Life ... And more
- I am strong and brave as Hercules (Mythology)- I am pretty as the Aphrodite (Mythology)- She has the Midas touch (Mythology)- He sat Buddha-like on the floor (Religion)- He felt that he hadmet his Waterloo (History)" Whatever i touch turns green?"I'm not sure if that is an allusion or not but it sounds good to me. :)
Try reading some of the epics, like Homer's Odyssey and the Iliad. Another good book on Greek mythology is Edith Hamilton's Mythology. See 'related links' for a good website on mythology.