Mythology Comic (Pg 4)


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  • There is also the story of the Lady of Shalott, in which a cursed woman freezes to death while trying to escape to Camelot from her island prison.
  • As you can likely tell from these stories, many mythologies had a strong focus on fate and death. The Greeks had the Moirai, or the Fates, which were sisters who determined a person's destiny. Clotho was the sister who spun the thread of fate.
  • In the Greek afterlife, once a person died they went to the Underworld, where they were judged by Rhadamanthus, Minos, and Aeacus.
  • Now for the million dollar question. Why learn this? Well as I'm sure you'll come to realize, mythology is much more common in everyday life than you may expect. Much of modern literature, including the Percy Jackson series, is filled with allusions to mythological stories and characters.
  • Mythological allusions also exist in pop culture, with companies like Nike being named after a Greek goddess, and songs like Daedalus telling the stories of mythological characters.
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  • In other cases, movies such as How To Train Your Dragon take mythological concepts and adapt them to the modern culture, giving us characters like Toothless.
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