Triptolemus: Farmers have their own hero
Triptolemus was the oldest son of King Celeus of Eleusis in Attica, and Metaneira. The myth behind Triptolemos is closely linked to goddess Demeter and hear search for Persephone. As she was roaming the earth in search of Persephone she took the form of an old woman, named Doso. She was welcomed at Celeus palace where she took care of his son Demophon.
As a reward for his kindness and hospitality she decided to teach Triptolemus the art of agriculture and offered him a winded chariot. Though Triptolemos, the rest of Greece learn to plant and harvest crops. He flew across the land while Demeter and Persephone looked after for him, and aided him in his mission of educating Greece in the craft of agriculture.Triptolemus finally offered all his knowledge on agriculture to Lyncus, King of the Scythians. Lyncus however refused to teach it to his people and attempted to kill Triptolemus in response. Demeter as a punishment for his ungratefulness transformed him into a lynx.
Triptolemus was also one of the first men to learn the secret rites and mysteries of Eleusinian Mysteries: Celeus, Diocles, Eumolposand, and Polyxeinus were the others. He was considered attributed the delivery of hope for the afterlife.
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Hercules: A champion of men, loved by all gods but one
Achilles was the son of the nymph Thetis and Peleus, and king of the Myrmidons. Thetis was a nymph, the daughter of the sea-god Nereus and renowned for her beauty.
Jason and the Argonauts
Hercules has been renowned in Greek mythology as the greatest of all heroes. He was a demigod, the son of Zeus and Alcmene, a mortal woman and granddaughter of Perseus.
Perseus: The first of the heroes of Greek mythology
After the death of King Kretheus the son of Aeolos, Pelias, son of Poseidon, already an old man, seized the throne of Iolkos from his half-brother and rightful heir, Aeson, and killed all those that opposed him.
Theseus: The hero of Athenians
Perseus was the son of Zeus and Danae the only child of Achrisius King of Argos. Achrisius longed for a son to succeed him so he consulted the oracle of the Delphi seeking a resolution.
Theseus was the son of Aethra daughter of king Pitheus and King of Troezen. He was raised by Aegeus but his true father might also be Poseidon, because Aethra lay with both of them in one night.