Mythology

The Creation of the World and Mankind Greek Mythology In the beginning, there was formless confusion of Chaos brooded over the unbroken darkness. Then out of the void appeared Erebus, the unknowable place where death dwells, and Night (Nyx). All else was empty, silent, endless, darkness. Then somehow Love (Eros) was born bringing a start of order. From Love came Light and Day. Once there was Light and Day, Gaea, the earth appeared. Gaea alone gave birth to Uranus, the god of the heavens. Uranus
Odysseus, The Hero Greek myth is often filled with heroes, as these people\'s deeds and actions inspire by demonstrating the extent of man\'s potential. Such heroes are Heracles, Theseus, Achilles, Jason, and even Odysseus. In Classics Mythology, Morford and Lenardon write that "In Greek saga, as in folktales, we find many recurring motifs" that characterize the hero (Morford, 289). In short, Home describes Odysseus as the king of Ithaca who joins the Greek Army in the siege and sacking of Troy