Endymion
poetry

Endymion

The story of Endymion and Selene has been a favorite of artists and poets since the time of the creation of the tale. The story of Endymion has various attributes, but let’s say that he regularly admired the moon, the goddess Selene, which became apprised of this notice. Selene, in return, fell in love with … Continue reading

The Great Flood and Rebirth: Ovid’s Story of Deucalion and Pyrrha
poetry

The Great Flood and Rebirth: Ovid’s Story of Deucalion and Pyrrha

“There Achaea is a land encircled by lofty mountains, rich in sheep and in pasture, where Prometheus, son of Iapetus, begat goodly Deucalion, who first founded cities and reared temples to the immortal gods, and first ruled over men. This land the neighbours who dwell around call Haemonia.” From the Argonautica (320 BC). Zeus in his fury … Continue reading