Posts Tagged: Tartarus

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Punishment in Tartarus – Salmoneus
October 9, 2017
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And so we have reached our penultimate entry in our Punishment in Tartarus mini-series. I know, I know, I hear you sigh. But don’t worry because I have some really fun and interesting – at least they are in my mind – articles planned. The figures to have already featured in the series are Sisyphus, […]
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Myth of the Week – Ixion
September 18, 2017
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In this edition of Myth of the Week we will be focusing on the myth of Ixion as a continuation of our Punishment in Tartarus mini-series. (I was going to combine his myth with Tityus but there’s a bit more meat to the story than I initially thought). The first two articles were about Sisyphus […]
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Myth of the Week – Tantalus
September 15, 2017
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As promised, today we are looking at Tantalus and his story of how he ended up in Tartarus and what his punishment is. The myth of Tantalus is fairly simple and straightforward though comes with a couple of variations. I will also mention a few additional myths that tie in with, and stem from, Tantalus. […]
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Myth of the Week – Sisyphus
September 7, 2017
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Due to overwhelmingly unpopular demand, we are back. And when I say “we” I mean “I”, but it sounds much more impressive if I use the plural. And I know the question that’s on everyone’s lips… “Is he seriously still going on about this Greek Myth stuff? He might as well be flogging a dead […]