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The Greek and Roman Mythology guide provides definitions of gods, people, places and events starting with 'D'

Greek and Roman Mythology - Starting with 'D'
The Greek and Roman Mythology guide provides a short glossary of terms starting with 'D' that relate to the gods, goddesses, people, places and events that feature in Roman and Greek myths and legends. A fast, at-a-glance list of short definitions starting with 'D' are provided in this section on Greek and Roman Mythology. A who's-who of the heroes, villains, gods, goddesses, monsters and mythical creatures in classical Roman and Greek mythology starting with 'D'.

Greek and Roman Mythology starting with 'D'
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Greek and Roman Mythology starting with 'D'
This section of the Greek and Roman Mythology provides short definitions of the gods, goddesses, people, places and events that feature in Roman and Greek myths and legends. Short definitions in the Greek and Roman Mythology Dictionary and glossary of terms starting with the letter 'D'.

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Greek and Roman Mythology starting with 'D'
Daedalus: Architect who planned the Cretan Labyrinth
 - inventor of sails

Danae: Maiden visited by Jupiter as a golden shower; mother of Perseus

Danaides: Daughters of Danaus, who slay their husbands,

Danaus: King of Argos; father of the fifty Danaides

Danube: River of Europe; Medea slays Absyrtus near its mouth

Daphne: Maiden loved by Apollo, and changed into a laurel tree

Dardanus: Ancient king of Troy, who gives his name to his race
 - mares of

Deianeira: Wife of Hercules
 - causes Herculesí death by using the Nessus robe,

Deiphobus: Son of Priam and Hecuba; married Helen after the death of Paris
Deimos Greek god of terror, Roman counterpart Formido

Delos: Floating island; birthplace of Apollo and Diana
 - shrine of Apollo at
 -  
Delphi: Shrine of Apollo, famed for its oracles
 - Ceyx visits
 - Oedipus consults oracle at,
 - Orestes at

Deluge: Caused by Jupiterís wrath
 - slime from

Demeter: Same as Ceres; goddess of agriculture,

Demios (Dread): Attendant or son of Mars

Destiny: One of the ancient deities not subjected to Jupiter

Deucalion: Only male survivor of Deluge; father of Hellen,

Dia: Maiden loved and deserted by Ixion, king of the Lapithae

Diana: Goddess of the moon and chase; daughter of Jupiter and Latona
 - birth of
 - nymphs of,
 - arrows of
 - Arethusa protected by
 - Oeneus neglects
 - Iphigenia saved by
 - temple of
 - Camilla rescued by

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Greek and Roman Mythology starting with 'D'

Greek and Roman Mythology starting with 'D'
This section of the Greek and Roman Mythology provides short definitions of the gods, goddesses, people, places and events that feature in Roman and Greek myths and legends. Short definitions in the Greek and Roman Mythology Dictionary and glossary of terms starting with the letter 'D'.

Greek and Roman Mythology starting with 'D'
Dido: Queen of Tyre and Carthage; loved and deserted by Aeneas
 - Aeneas sees, in Hades

Diomedes: Greek hero during Trojan war
 - recovers Patroclusí body
 - helps Ulysses secure the Palladium
The possessor of horses taken by Hercules

Dione: Mother of Venus by Jupiter; goddess of beauty, love, laughter, etc
Dionysia: Festivals held in Greece in honor of Dionysus

Dionysus: Greek god of wine, celebrations and fertility, Roman counterpart Bacchus

Dioscuri: Collective name given to Castor and Pollux

Dioscuria: Festivals in honor of Castor and Pollux

 Dirce: Wife of Lycus; bound to a bull by Amphion and Zethus

Dis: Same as Pluto, god of Infernal Regions,

Discordia, or Eris: Goddess of discord
 - she appears at Peleusí marriage feast

Dodona: Temple and grove sacred to Jupiter

Dolphin: Constellation

Dorian Race: Descendants of Dorus

Doris: Wife of Nereus,

Dorus: Son of Hellen; ancestor of Dorian race

Dreams: Spirits in cave of Somnus; passed out through gates of ivory and horn,
 - Mercury, leader of

Drepanum: Land visited by Aeneas, where Anchises died

Dryades: Plant nymphs, supposed to watch over vegetation

Dryope: Princess changed into a tree

Achilles dragging Hector during the Trojan War

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Discover interesting information and facts about Roman and Greek mythology and legend in the Greek and Roman Mythology starting with 'D'. The Greek and Roman Mythology guide provides a short glossary of terms relating to the gods, goddesses, people, places and events that feature in Roman and Greek legends and myths that begin with 'D'. A fast, at-a-glance list of short definitions starting with 'D' are provided in this section on Greek and Roman Mythology. A who's-who of the heroes, villains, gods, goddesses, monsters and mythical creatures in classical Roman and Greek mythology.

 

 
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