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Black-figured aryballos (oil container) 600-575 BCE Greek made in Corinth | Flickr - Photo Sharing!. Heracles kills hydra

Black-figured aryballos (oil container) BCE Greek made in Corinth

Krater, c. 740 BCE, from Dipylon Cemetary, Athens (Geometric and Orientalizing) The Dipylon Master was an ancient Greek vase painter who was active from around 760-750 BCE. He worked in Athens.

Krater, c. 740 BCE, from Dipylon Cemetary, Athens (Geometric and Orientalizing) The Dipylon Master was an ancient Greek vase painter who was active from around BCE. He worked in Athens.

Athena and Poseidon. Cameo. Sardonyx-onyx. 1st century BCE. Inv. No. 25837. Naples, National Archaeological Museum

Cameo of Athena and Poseidon - Sardonyx-onyx, century B.C, at the National Archaeological Museum, Naples

Minotaur: in Greek mythology; a creature with the head of a bull on the body of a man; dwelt at the center of the Cretan Labyrinth: an elaborate maze-like construction designed by the architect Daedalus and his son Icarus on the command of King Minos of Crete; eventually killed by the Athenian hero Theseus

The Minotaur Half-man half-bull, all awesome. I’m sure you’re all familiar with his labyrinth tenure, but the Minotaur’s story actually begins with King Minos of Crete.

Hmmm, is it the evolution of written English or the degradation of it?

The Greek Gods and Goddesses of the ancient times were also known as the twelve gods of Olympus and the religion based on their worship was called Dodekatheon. One of the Greek Gods were Zeus, shown in the image, the supreme god.

The Greek Gods and Goddesses of the ancient times were also known as the twelve gods of Olympus and the religion based on their worship was called Dodekatheon. One of the Greek Gods were Zeus, shown in the image, the supreme god.

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