Cassandra, whose name became a synonym of prophet of bad tidings, was the fourth and most beautiful daughter of Priam, the king of Troy.
Echo drama begins later when she falls in love with Narcissus, the handsome but vain son of the Nymph Liriope of Thespia. Echo would follow him everywhere longing to address him but would be unable to speak.
Psyche, whose name means soul in Greek was neither a goddess nor a divine creature of mythology. She was just a woman, but an extraordinary woman.
Harmonia in Greek mythology is the goddess of harmony and unity, the exact opposite of Eris. She is the patron goddess of the love that unites all people, the embodiment of order and civic unity.
Icarus was the son of Daedalus, the most talented Athenian craftsman of his time.
Oedipus ( swollen-footed) was the son of Laios and Iokaste, king and queen of Thebes.
Orpheus was considered the greatest poet and musician of mythology. He was the son of Muse Calliope and had been given a golden lyre from God Apollo himself, who also taught him to play it.
When Prometheus stole fire from the heavens and gave it back to men, angry Zeus was determined to punish mankind for receiving this stolen gift.
Pegasus is neither a god nor a mortal. He is a divine winged horse, the offspring of Medusa and Poseidon. It is one of the most notable creatures of Greek mythology with great appeal in art and literature.
Athamas was the son of Aeolos (God of the Winds) and Enarete, while his brothers were Kretheas, king of Iolkos, Sisyphos, king of Korinthos, Salmoneas, and Peieres king of Boeotia.
Prometheus was the son of the Titan Iapetus. He is known in mythology as the greatest champion amongst men, because he offered mankind the greatest gift of all, fire! Except, he had to steal it first… and theft is not treated kindly in heavens.
If one traces the erotic adventures of Zeus, the father of Olympian gods, one reaches the conclusion that Greeks had a right to consider themselves children of those gods.
When Peleus and Themis wedded, Zeus held a grand celebration to honor them. All the gods were invited, all but one, the goddess Discord (Eris).
The Kabeiroi (according to some from the verb "to burn", or the “Great Gods”), were ancient Greek deities the origins of whom can be traced to the Pelasgian traditions.
His father was Aegeus, the king of Athens and his mother Althea, the daughter of the king of a nearby state named Troezene, although some legends claim that he was the son of Poseidon, the god of the Sea.