Posts Tagged: Odysseus

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Myth of the Week – Polyphemus
September 9, 2016
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Welcome to the return of Myth of the Week, the world’s most inconsistent running weekly series of articles. In the last instalment I looked at…hold on, it’s been too long. I’ve no idea what it was. Let me check…Oh, Narcissus and Echo. That was a good one. (I actually did have to check.) This time […]
Myth
Myth of the Week – Achilles
October 22, 2015
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Achilles is one of the most famous and best-known characters in Greek Mythology. He did, of course, make his name in the Trojan War but first let me give a little information on his background: Hero: Achilles Greek spelling: Αχιλλευς (translates into English as Achilleus) Parents: Peleus and Thetis Children: Neoptolomus, also known as Pyrrhus […]