Apollo is the son of Zeus and Leto and the twin brother of Artemis, the goddess of the hunt. Apollo is an important pastoral deity, and was the patron of herdsmen and shepherds.
Pythagoras’ theorem is a fundamental relation in Euclidean geometry between the three sides of a right triangle. The theorem is named for the Greek philosopher Pythagoras, born around 570 BC. The theorem has been proven numerous times by many different methods – possibly the most for any mathematical theorem.
In ancient Greek religion, Athena was a goddess of war, handicraft, and practical reason. In modern times she is associated primarily with Athens, to which she gave her name and protection. The Romans identified her with Minerva.
One of the many things that stand out about Diana is her similarities to the Greek goddess Artemis. Diana’s strength and courage are intrinsic to the goddess Artemis. This blog will explore the similarities between Diana Roman and the Greek goddess Artemis.
Worshipers of Artemis were found throughout the ancient Greek world. One of the most famous places of worship for Artemis was in Attica near Brauron. Artemis is said to have guided all of a woman’s biological transitions from pre-puberty to her first birth.
What do Ancient Greeks, Ancient Romans, and Native Americans have in common?