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Let's go to an art museum! There are many statues and paintings based on different types of mythology.
That was fun, and I sure learned a lot about mythology!
Overall, Norse (Viking) mythology, Greek Mythology, and Egyptian Mythology are all very similar. They all show themes hidden in their stories, they all portray religious beliefs, they all have monuments are art built based off of the stories, they all have their "rulers" as some type of god(s), and they all gave their cultures some sort of belief structure, and many other connections!
The Vikings Were Norsemen and explorers from Scandinavia. They traveled in long-ships and conducted raids all across Europe. After I talk about the vikings, I will talk about Norse Mythology.
This is a sculpture of Leif Erickson. He was one of the first Europeans to come to America. As you can see, he is not wearing a helmet. It is a common myth that vikings wore helmets with horns, but it is only a myth.
Also, some of the Egyptian monuments that are still here today were inspired by some of the Egyptian Myths.
Greek Myths portrayed themes of love, death, pride, and other ideas. These are some statues of monsters from these myths. For example, a myth that shows the theme death is Icarus and Daedalus. His son flew into the son, his wax wings melted, and he fell into the sea and drowned, while his father mourned his death.
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