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Greek Mythology

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Greek Mythology is among the most famous and well known of the Ancient Mythologies. It stretches back millennia and has intrigued man with its fantastical stories and unusual beasts. This book will serve as a detailed reference to all things in Greek Mythology, including a bestiary of Greek mythological creatures such as the centaur and nymph and a collection of Greek stories.

Introduction[edit | edit source]

Gods and goddesses[edit | edit source]

The Olympians[edit | edit source]

The Titans[edit | edit source]

The Titans[edit | edit source]

Descendants of the Titans[edit | edit source]

Other Gods[edit | edit source]

Protogenoi (First Born Gods)[edit | edit source]

Major Gods[edit | edit source]

Minor Gods[edit | edit source]

Theoi Ouranioi (Sky & Weather Gods)[edit | edit source]

Theoi Halioi (Sea Gods)[edit | edit source]

Primeval Gods[edit | edit source]

Chthonian Gods[edit | edit source]

Theoi Nomioi (Countryside Gods)[edit | edit source]

Theoi Georgikoi (Agricultural Gods)[edit | edit source]

Beasts & Creatures[edit | edit source]

Regular Beasts[edit | edit source]

Primeval Beasts[edit | edit source]

Heroes[edit | edit source]

Myths and Legends[edit | edit source]