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Who is "the mother of all gods and men" of Homeric Hymn 14?

Going by the commonest references in Ancient Greek literature and the closest associations in Ancient Greek religion, the best candidate for this particular hymn's addressee would appear to be Rhea, ...
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How did Poseidon became lord of Helicon?

That is a good question. There were several springs on Mt. Helicon, and I suspect the answer is connected to them. I found an interesting suggestion under "Hippocampus" in Wikipedia: The appearance ...
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What is Ares' relationship to Themis?

"Athena-ish" Ares? In the mythology, beyond the fact that Ares is a great-nephew of Themis (since she is a sister of his grandparents Kronos [Cronus] and Rhea), the Titan-goddess never ...
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