whos are charybdis's parents
What? The mythical Greek monster? Green.
The Minotaur, manticores, Scylla, etc.
his strengths : lusty and able musician
strength and weeknesses of atlas greek god
Scylla or the Lernaean Hydra .
Different for each monster.
Scylla wasnt a god, she was either a Princess (daughter of Nisus or Megera) or a sea nymph. The most known myth of Scylla is Scylla and Glaucus where she was turned into a monster by a jealous Circe. But otherwise, there is no real symbol for Scylla.
The nymph, turned monster, who attacked ships passing by her on the cliffs between Sicily and Italy. Try theoi.com
Both one of Her weaknesses and Her strengths is her beauty.
The gods and goddesses of Greek myth are not given a list of strengths and weaknesses; these are left to the individual to interpret.
They were not listed, they must be determined by the individual studying such Greek gods.
Charybdis was a sea monster in Greek mythology that was in the form of a whirlpool. She was paired with Scylla, another sea-monster that sailors didn't want to encounter. "Between Scylla and Charybdis" means having to choose between two dangers, either of which brings harm.
The word character is Greek for an engraved mark or a brand. In English, it means the behavioral signs by which a soul's strengths and weaknesses may be known, and hence those strengths and weaknesses themselves.
Scylla and Charydis are both water monsters from Greek mythology. Charydis is a monster whirlpool that swallows ships, and Scylla simply plucks the ships out of the water from her perch on a mountain
The Greek gods were viewed as omnipotent. They aren't superheroes with specific strengths and weaknesses.
A god did not make Scylla, Circe did.
This is basically the Ancient Greek equivalent of being between a rock and a hard place. Charybdis was a large whirlpool, and Scylla was a many-headed monster who snatched sailors off of ships and ate them.
Scylla may refer to the princess of Megara, or the monster that lived on one side of a narrow passage of water. Both are figures in Greek Mythology. The princess Scylla betrayed her father Nisos, king of Megara, in order to win the heart of king Minos. Minos had invaded Megara, and Scylla helped him win the battle by removing the lock of her father that provided invisibility. Her love for Minos however wasn't reciprocal. The monster Scylla lived on one side of a water passage. The monster Charybdis on the other. If sailors wanted to avoid Scylla they sailed to close to Charybdis, and vice versa. It can be seen as an allegory for having to choose between two dangers.
These are rationalizations or human/monster portrayals of natural hazards such as shoals or slightly submerged rocks- and whirlpools. they figure in Greek Mythology.
Athena was the Greek goddess of war with strengths that included being intelligent, rational, shrewd, and a strong and powerful defender. Her weaknesses included being vain, not usually emotional, let reason rule her actions, and she was petty at times.
Scylla and Charybdis are both Greek monsters. They both killed travelers. Scylla ate travelers and Charybdis drowned them by making whirlpools.
Persephone has no weaknesses - she is a Greek goddess.