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The birth of Apollo and Artemis

This is a post for my March book challenge, #marchmonthofmythology.

Apollo and Artemis are both important gods who appear in many different myths, often separate, but sometimes together. 336 more words

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Bellerophon and the Pegasus

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Bellerophon’s story starts with his exile. It is unclear why he was exiled, but it seems to have had something to do with a murder. 486 more words

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Dionysus

This is a post for my March book challenge, #marchmonthofmythology.

Yesterday I told you the story of Semele, which ended in Dionysus’s birth (twice). 660 more words

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Semele

This is a post for my March book challenge, #marchmonthofmythology.

It’s time for another story of a girl that got punished by Hera because Zeus can’t stop falling in love with mortal girls. 646 more words

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Poseidon Earthshaker

This is a post for my March book challenge, #marchmonthofmythology.

Poseidon is the ancient Greek god of the sea. As the brother of Zeus he is one of the more powerful gods. 372 more words

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Orpheus (World Poetry Day)

This is a post for my March book challenge, #marchmonthofmythology.

Orpheus was the son of the Muse Calliope and the Thracian king Oeagreus (or, in another version, Apollo). 750 more words

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Odysseus' failed plan

This is a post for my March book challenge, #marchmonthofmythology.

Odysseus is one of my favourite characters of all time and my favourite Greek hero. 620 more words

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