Eirene and Ploutos
Eirene, goddess of peace, and her baby son Ploutos, god of wealth. Copy of a statue by Cephisodotus, originally placed...
Encyclopedia Mythica: Greek mythology.
A 1st century CE Roman sculpture of Erato, the Muse of lyric poetry, playing the lyre. (Vatican Museums, Rome).
Eros was the Greek god of love, or more precisely, passionate and physical desire. Without warning he selects his targets...
Eros the Greek god of love and desire from an Attic red-figure kylix, 510-500 BCE. (Museo Archeologico Etrusco, Florence...
Eros and Psyche: A Valentine’s Story | Mythology w/ Dael Kingsmill
Dael tries not to be cynical about Valentine’s Day this year, instead telling the grand love story of Eros and Psyche...
Everything you need to know to read Homer's "Odyssey" - Jill Dash
An encounter with a man-eating giant. A sorceress who turns men into pigs. A long-lost king taking back his throne...
The François Vase is named after Alessandro François who found the vase in Chiusi in Etruria (central Italy) in 1845...
The Furies (or Erinyes, sing. Erinys) were creatures from Greek mythology who exacted divine retribution from those guilty...
Ganymede & Eagle
A marble statue of Ganymede, the Trojan prince from Greek mythology who was abducted from Mt. Ida by Zeus to become...