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Odin
Supreme god of Norse mythology. "Wednesday" is based on his name
Melpomene
Greek muse of tragedy
Griffin
Mythical beast that is part lion, part eagle
Satyrs
Half-man, half-goat creatures associated with Dionysus, indulgence, and sensuality
Apollo
Greek sun-god, Roman counterpart is Apollo
Dionysus
Greek god of wine and pleasure. Roman counterpart is Bacchus
Athena
Greek warrior goddess. Goddess of wisdom. Roman counterpart is Minerva
Muses
Greek goddesses of memory and poetic inspiration
Hades
Greek god of the underworld. Roman counterpart is Pluto
Frigg (Frija)
Norse goddess of love and marriage. Wife of Odin. "Friday" is based on her name
Thor
Norse god of thunder. "Thursday" is based on his name
Loki
Norse god of mischief
Euterpe
Greek muse of the flute
Tiw (Tyr)
Norse god of war. "Tuesday" is based on his name
Aphrodite
Greek goddess of love, Roman counterpart is Venus
Clio
Greek muse of history
Prometheus
Greek titan who lived on Olympus. Stole fire from the gods and gave it to humans
Hermes
Greek god of travelers, commerce, and profit. Messenger of the gods. Roman counterpart is Mercury
Urania
Greek muse of astronomy
Ares
Greek god of war, Roman counterpart is Mars
Terpsichore
Greek muse of lyric poetry and dance
Perseus
Greek hero who rode the winged horse Pegasus. Slayed Medusa
Helen
Famed Greek beauty whose "face launched a thousand ships." Also known as "Helen of Troy." Was kidnapped by Paris to start the Trojan War
Centaurs
Half-man, half-horse creatures of Greek myth
Zeus
Supreme god of Greek mythology. Roman counterpart is Jupiter
Hera
Greek goddess of marriage and maternity. Zeus's wife. Roman counterpart is Juno
Theseus
Greek hero who slayed the Minotaur of Crete in the Labyrinth
Calliope
Greek muse of epic poetry and eloquence
Hercules
Greek hero who personified strength. Completed the Twelve Labors of Hercules. Roman counterpart is Hercules
Polyhymnia
Greek muse of mimic art
Sirens
Sea monsters with women's heads. Sirens' songs lured sailors and travellers to their deaths
Valkyries
Norse superwomen who served the gods in Valhalla. Tremendous warriors
Thalia
Greek muse of comedy
Poseidon
Greek god of the sea. Roman counterpart is Neptune
Erato
Greek muse of love poetry

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