Domain: paleothea.com

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Gaia: Greek Goddess of the Earth
Feb 29, 2008 ... "First in my prayer, before all other deities, I call upon Gaia, Primeval Prophetess . . . The Greek great earth mother." ~Aeschylus~ ...
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Demeter: Greek Goddess of the Harvest
Jan 6, 2008 ... and trying to rescue her, but never finding her. Demeter and Persephone, by Lord Leighton. On the tenth day, Demeter went to Eleusis in ...
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Nymphs
Jun 24, 2008 ... Echo: Echo is probably the most famous of all the nymphs. Her name and her voice live on to this day. She was the nymph who had a fling with ...
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The Muses
Feb 26, 2006 ... The Muse of lyric poetry about love and eroticism. Ooooooh. She was also the patron Muse of parrots and crows, considering that she was the ...
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Major Greek Goddesses
Jan 17, 2008 ... Descriptions and images of the eight most important Greek Goddesses, with links to lots more.
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The Men of the Women in Greek Myths
Jan 26, 2004 ... He was generally the nicest male God on Olympus. Heracles: Heracles, called Hercules by the Romans, is the most well-known of the Greek ...
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Greek Goddesses
Mar 6, 2008 ... Every Greek Goddess you can think of and a few more. ... she was associated with the dark earthy life-and-death goddesses like Hecate, ...
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Demeter: Greek Goddess of the Harvest
Jan 6, 2008 ... This couldn't have been good for Demeter's feelings for Zeus. But she remained a happy goddess, only getting really mad at one person. ...
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The Men of the Women in Greek Myths
Jan 26, 2004 ... Cecrops: Cecrops was a legendary ancestor of the Greeks, half-man, half-snake. He came from a time when the matriarchy was still dominant. ...
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Major Greek Goddesses
Jan 17, 2008 ... The Greek Goddess you want may be here if you don't see her below. ... who is the painter, you can click on it for more info. ...
 
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