In this myth it tells a story of how some greeks got captured by a cyclops and how they figured out a way to escape. The greeks got captured when their ship was blown of course onto the island where the cyclops lived. The greeks escaped by one person blinding the cyclops and calling himself "Nobody", then they escaped by hanging on the botton of the cyclop's sheep when the cyclops let them out.
This link tells the story of how Athena was born and the reason why she was born that way. The link explains that Athena represents wisdom, craft, and war, the link also tells you that her symbol is the owl. This website also says that Athena supported many heros on their quests.
Gaea was one of the first things to emerge from the first thing in existence, Chaos. She is the mother to all things, (monsters, gods, etc.) throughout the many wars she switched who she sided with. This website tells some of the reasons she chose certain sides over others.
I chose this website because it tells the story of Kronos, the god/titan of time. This website is also very helpful because it tells how Zeus became the king of gods. It also talks about how Kronos tried to stop himself being overtrown by his children by trying to eat all of them, but he missed Zeus and ate a rock instead.
I chose this game because it tests you on your knowledge of greek mythology through a game. It tells you what you still don't know and what you could learn more about. I don't like this game because it does not provide information about any question after you answer so you have to look it up on your own.
This website tells three stories about Echo. They explain that Echo was a nymph and they tell you a story about much of voice being taken away by Hera, falling in love with Narcissius, and refusing to love a god named Pan. In the first story Echo is punished because she tricked Hera, in the second story Narcissius died because he was in love with his own reflection while Echo was in love with him, and in the third story, she got torn apart by Pan's shepherds because she refused to love him.
On this website it explains what Tartarus is and why some people go there. It also talks about the diferent stages of being sent to Tartarus. It also tells you some facts about the inhabitants of Tartarus.
I chose this website because ot talks about each of the five rivers in the underworld in Greek Mythology. It explains what each river represents. It also shows that the five rivers were an important part of the underworld in Greek Mythology.
This website links to eight greek myths and legends with stories to go with them. You can also use audio and listen to these stories instead of reading them to yourself. In the first part of each story it gives a little bit about some of the characters, "Hermes - winged messenger of the gods - is our guide."
I chose this graphic because it shows who the first and main monsters were and who their parents are. Even though this picture does not show all of the greek monsters, I chose it because it has pictures of a few monster. It also shows the parents of these monsters.
This video tells a little bit of the backstory of some of the main Greek gods. I chose it because it can give you an ok idea of who the Greek gods are. The video also explains the symbols of these few gods so you know how to reconize the symbols.
I chose this picture because it shoes the most recent generation of Greek Deities. I like this picture shows pictures of the gods with names. It also shows the relations of each god to the center god.
In this video it talks about the myth of the moster named Minotaur. This monster is an example of when a monster didn't bring it's punishiment apon itself and was infact a punishment to King Minos. The video explains why King Minos was punished.
This website is very helpful because it provides stories about all the gods, goddesses, heros, monsters, etc. I also really like this website because it has pictures of many things in Greek Mythology. This website also tells you what each god represents, (earth, sea, sky, love, darkness, time, etc.)
I chose this picture because it shows who the first beings were and it shows what parents that every god had. It also shows each generation of gods. Overall, I think that this picture is a good visual representation of the Greek Gods Family Tree.