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Mythology Monday: The Ancient Origins of Easter

This article is an exploration of the ancient origins of Easter customs and the mythology surrounding them.

Mythology Monday: Divine Marriages

My #MythologyMonday thread on divine marriages in easy-to-read article form.

Mythology Monday: Sacred Plants of the Greek Gods

The sacred plants of the major Greek gods explained.

Birds of Greek Mythology

It's #NationalBirdDay so I want to talk about birds in Greek mythology.

Mythology Monday: The 7 Wonders of the Ancient World

Originally a sight-seeing guide, ancient travellers listed the marvels they encountered on their trips. Meet the most popular sights of the ancient Mediterranean here!

Hermaphroditos – Neither Man Nor Woman, But Both

Hermaphroditos was born to Aphrodite and Hermes, the gods representing female and male sexuality. The name is compounded of Hermes and Aphrodite, and means "half-male".

Ancient Culture Today: The Days of the Week

In ancient Greece, each day was named for a planet.

Menstruation in the Ancient World

Menstruation is surrounded by myths even to this day. And usually not the fun kind. Today, I want to take a look at the ancient world and how women back then dealt with their monthly bleeding.

Ancient Erotica: Sexual Curse Tablets

The first time I ever heard about curse tablets was

Words and Sexual Terms from Greek Mythology

There are quite a few sayings and words derived from