Posts Tagged: Ovid

Myth
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 […]
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Myth of the Week – Narcissus and Echo
December 9, 2015
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Apologies for the lengthy silence and denying you of your weekly dose of mythology. I was busy writing essays and studying for exams while also battling with the terrible beast that is procrastination. I’m finished now but since it is exam week in UCD I would like to welcome all my new readers…the students who […]
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Myth of the Week – Daedalus and Icarus
October 6, 2015
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This week I’m going to focus on the father/son combination of Daedalus and Icarus. The myth is well known in the modern day, even outside of classics and if you don’t know the story behind the two, hopefully the names are in some way familiar. Happily, I’m also going to squeeze in some background to […]