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Greek mythology         
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  • Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio]], circa 1601–1602.
  • Metis]], on the right, Eileithyia, the goddess of childbirth, assists, circa 550–525 BC ([[Musée du Louvre]], Paris)
  • Chimera]], central medallion of a [[Roman mosaic]] from [[Autun]], [[Musée Rolin]], 2nd to 3rd century AD
  • [[Cicero]] saw himself as the defender of the established order, despite his personal skepticism concerning myth and his inclination towards more philosophical conceptions of divinity.
  • [[Dionysus]] with [[satyr]]s. Interior of a cup painted by the [[Brygos Painter]], [[Cabinet des Médailles]].
  • [[Demeter]] and [[Metanira]] in a detail on an Apulian red-figure hydria, circa 340 BC ([[Altes Museum]], Berlin)
  • ''El Juicio de Paris'']] by [[Enrique Simonet]], 1904. Paris is holding the golden apple on his right hand while surveying the goddesses in a calculative manner.
  • [[Heracles]] with his baby [[Telephus]] ([[Louvre Museum]], Paris)
  • ''[[The Lament for Icarus]]'' (1898) by [[Herbert James Draper]]
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  • Apollo (early Imperial Roman copy of a fourth-century Greek original, [[Louvre]] Museum)
  • [[Max Müller]] is regarded as one of the founders of comparative mythology. In his ''Comparative Mythology'' (1867) Müller analysed the "disturbing" similarity between the mythologies of "savage races" with those of the early Europeans.
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  • Plato in [[Raphael]]'s ''[[The School of Athens]]''
  • Prometheus Unbound]]'', and ''[[Prometheus Pyrphoros]]''.
  • The Roman poet [[Virgil]], here depicted in the fifth-century manuscript, the ''[[Vergilius Romanus]]'', preserved details of Greek mythology in many of his writings.
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  • In ''The Rage of Achilles'' by [[Giovanni Battista Tiepolo]] (1757, Fresco, 300 x 300&nbsp;cm, Villa Valmarana, [[Vicenza]]) [[Achilles]] is outraged that [[Agamemnon]] would threaten to seize his warprize, [[Briseis]], and he draws his sword to kill Agamemnon. The sudden appearance of the goddess Athena, who, in this fresco, has grabbed Achilles by the hair, prevents the act of violence.
MYTHS OF ANCIENT GREECE
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A major branch of classical mythology, Greek mythology is the body of myths originally told by the ancient Greeks, and a genre of Ancient Greek folklore. These stories concern the origin and nature of the world, the lives and activities of deities, heroes, and mythological creatures, and the origins and significance of the ancient Greeks' own cult and ritual practices.
List of Greek mythological figures         
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The following is a list of gods, goddesses, and many other divine and semi-divine figures from ancient Greek mythology and ancient Greek religion.
Norse mythology         
  • Ancient Norse Gods]] [[Odin]], [[Heimdallr]], [[Sleipnir]], and other figures from Norse mythology.
  • Ög 136]]), located in [[Rök]], Sweden, features a [[Younger Futhark]] [[runic inscription]] that makes various references to Norse mythology.
THE BODY OF MYTHS BELONGING TO THE NORTH GERMANIC PEOPLES
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Norse, Nordic, or Scandinavian mythology is the body of myths belonging to the North Germanic peoples, stemming from Old Norse religion and continuing after the Christianization of Scandinavia, and into the Nordic folklore of the modern period. The northernmost extension of Germanic mythology and stemming from Proto-Germanic folklore, Norse mythology consists of tales of various deities, beings, and heroes derived from numerous sources from both before and after the pagan period, including medieval manuscripts, archaeological representations, and folk tradition.
Pronunciation examples for Greek mythology
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3. Greek mythology book.
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4. Recalling your Greek mythology,
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Examples of use of Greek mythology
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2. According to Greek mythology, a god frolicked on this beach.
3. David Scott (Ga.), got swept away by Greek mythology.
4. In Greek mythology, an unusually long lifespan was a curse.
5. "The theme of the mosaic is inspired by Greek mythology," he added.