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The Greek and Roman Mythology guide provides definitions of gods, people, places and events starting with 'T'

Greek and Roman Mythology - Starting with 'T'
The Greek and Roman Mythology guide provides a short glossary of terms starting with 'T' 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 'T' 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 'T'.

Greek and Roman Mythology starting with 'T'
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Greek and Roman Mythology starting with 'T'
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 'T'.

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Greek and Roman Mythology starting with 'T'
Taenarum, or Taenarus: The Greek entrance to Hades on Cimmerian coast
Talaria: Mercury’s winged sandals, given by the gods

Talus: Brazen giant; son of Vulcan; the watchman of Minos,

Tantalus: Father of Pelops; condemned to hunger and thirst in Hades

Tartarus: Ancient Greek god. Abyss under the earth, where the Titans, etc., were confined,
 - Orpheus’ music heard in
  
Tauris: Country to which Diana brought Iphigenia
 - visited by Orestes

Telamon: Husband of Hesione, the daughter of Laomedon

Telemachus: Son of Ulysses and Penelope
 - adventures of,

Telephassa: Wife of Agenor; mother of Europa

Tellus: Same as Gaea; name given to Rhea

Tenedos: Island off the coast of Troy
Terminus Greek god of Boundaries, No Greek counterpart

Terpsichore: Muse of dancing; daughter of Jupiter and Mnemosyne

Terra: Same as Gaea, goddess of the earth

Teucer: Ancient king of the Trojans

Thalia: One of the three Graces; daughter of Jupiter and Eurynome
One of the nine Muses; Muse of comedy

Thanatos: Greek god of Death, Roman counterpart Letus or Mors, god of death

Thebes: Capital of Boeotia; founded by Cadmus,
 - Amphion, king of
 - Athamas, king of
 - Pentheus, king of
 - Oedipus, king of

Themis: One of the six female Titans,
 - goddess of justice,

Theophane: Maiden changed by Neptune into a sheep

Theseus: Son of Aegeus and Aethra; hero of Athens,
 
Thesmophoria: Festivals in Greece in honor of Ceres

Thessaly: A province of Greece
 - fight of the gods in
 - Admetus, king of
 - Ceyx, king of
 - Aeson, king of,
 - Protesilaus of

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Greek and Roman Mythology starting with 'T'

Greek and Roman Mythology starting with 'T'
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 'T'.

Greek and Roman Mythology starting with 'T'
Thetis: Mother of Achilles
 - a sea nymph
One of the Titanides
 - marriage feast of,
 - Olympus visited by
 - Achilles comforted by
 - Achilles’ armor brought by
 - Achilles instructed by

Thisbe: Babylonian maiden loved by Pyramus,

Thrace: Country on the Black Sea; the home of Mars,

Thyrsus: The vine encircled wand borne by the followers of Bacchus

Tiber: River in Italy
 - Aeneas sails up the

Tiresias: The blind seer visited by Ulysses on the Cimmerian shore,

 Tisiphone: One of the three Furies, or Eumenides

Titanides: The six daughters of Uranus and Gaea

Titans: Name given to the six sons of Uranus and Gaea,
 - revolt of

Tithonus: Trojan prince who visited Aurora

Tityus: Giant in Tartarus, whose prostrate body covered nine acres

Trachinia: Land where Hercules died

Trinacria: Land visited by Ulysses, whose men slay the cattle of the sun,

Triptolemus: Nursling and protégé of Ceres,

Triton: Greek god of ships and Prince of Atlantis. Son of Neptune and Amphitrite; father of the Tritons,

Troezene: Ancient city in Argolis
 - birthplace of Theseus,

Trojans: Inhabitants of Troy,

Troy: City of Asia Minor, ruled by Laomedon and Priam; war of

Tuccia: Vestal virgin who stood the test of purity

Turnus: Chief of the Rutules; wars against Aeneas

Tuscans: People of Tuscania in Italy, governed by Evander; allies of Aeneas,

Tyndareus: Stepfather of Helen; binds her suitors by oath

Typhoeus: Same as Typhon; monster sent to dethrone Jupiter
Tyche: Greek goddess of luck, destiny and fortune, Roman counterpart Fortuna or Abudantia

Tyre: City in Phoenicia, governed by Sychaeus and Dido

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 'T'. 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 'T'. A fast, at-a-glance list of short definitions starting with 'T' 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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