Greek Gods Mythology

The oldest Greek literary sources that are known are Homer's epic poems the Iliad and the Odyssey which refer to the events of Trojan war, and Hesiod`s Theogony and the Works and Days. These two poems contain accounts of the genesis of the world, the first divine rulers of the human ages, the origin of the human woes and the sacrificial practices. Myths are also preserved...

Creation of The World

According to Hesiod`s Theogony, first Greek gods, also known as the Titans, were born from union of primeval deities known as Gaea(the earth) and Uranus(the heavens). But at the beginning there was only Chaos as primeval state of existence. It was dark, silent, stationary and without any trace of life to the infinity...

 

The Titans The Olympian Gods Other Deities
Powerful race of immortals that once ruled the world. The Titans possessed incredible strength and knowledge...
Olympians were the main gods of ancient Greece. Together they presided over every aspect of human life....
Beside the main Greek gods, there were other divine beings in Greek mythology. These were also important and powerful...
Greek Heroes Mythical Creatures Ancient Greece
Both mortals and semi-gods accomplished many great deeds and were at some point of their life favoured by the gods...
Mythical creatures are playing important role in Greek mythology. Either friendly or foe, they were shown respect...
There can be found evidence of once a glorious nation in various arts, texts, paintings and architecture...

Places of Ancient Greece

Athens

The most desired city-state of Ancient Greece.

Delphi

The most important religious site of Ancient Greece.

Mycenae

Prehistoric city, known for its own culture and science.

Olympia

City known for the most famous games in the history.

Sparta

Known for its military power and unique political system.