Many temples were built to honor gods. Apollo very much enjoyed visiting the temples that were built for him, one day he heard about a very beautiful temple built in his honor in the kingdom of Troy. He was intrigued that this temple was built on entirely different peninsula than the Greek peninsula. Once he arrived he met a women by the name of Cassandra, immediately they both recognized each other beauty. Apollo offered that if Cassandra gave him a kiss he would grant her the power of prophecy.
“Once, when the temperature was very high, he pulled his bow out and threatened to shoot at the sun.” ( “ Greekmythology.com” 1). But, besides him having anger issues and being emotionally unstable hercules was one of the best known heroes in greek mythology. He also didn’t live a easy life. He faced many challenges in trials and many dangerous tasks. But, they were all worth it because after completing these tasks he was promised a wonderful life living among the gods.
So beautiful in fact that men considered her the epitome of female beauty. Her beauty caught many eyes, one of those were Zeus. Zeus saw her one day on the sandy shore of Phoenicia going about her day with some friends. Zeus was in love immediately and was eager to make her his. He then transformed into a white bull and began to approach her.
He had just released “Off The Wall” and was on the Destiny tour with his brothers. Some of Jackson’s music was sometimes about a girl like “The Way You Make Me Feel” or “Billie Jean” and he felt many emotions throughout those songs. Michael Jackson was well know for his signature move the “Moonwalk” he does it all the time and everyone loves it. The moonwalk became famous after Michael Jackson used it for his signature move. Michael Jackson brought the moonwalk to life after his first performance.
This made his wife Hera very mad and jealous, so when she found out that Zeus had an affair with another woman and had a son with Alcmene, she was very angry and sent poisonous snakes into baby Hercules crib. Little Hercules strangled the snakes and killed them before they could bite him. From then on, Hera 's goal was to make the rest of Hercules life miserable.
Loyalty, fame, and glory; that is what Anglo-Saxons strived for and to this day, it’s what many of us endeavor. A thane who successfully achieved all three of these beliefs is known as the almighty Beowulf. This Anglo-Saxon gained loyalty, greatness, and honor in countless ways. He bravely fought vicious dragons, monsters, and obtained superhuman strength, but he is portrayed much differently in the movie than in the poem. Although the Beowulf movie and poem share many similarities, the different portrayals of Beowulf, the individual gender roles, and the themes presented in both versions unveil the values of the societies that created them.
He hoped to fly among the stars and hopefully shine bright enough for his disappointed mother to see. His id truly roamed free when he was a child, doing what he wanted when he wanted with only two clear goals in mind. Sadly, he realized the two goals didn’t meet, and his mother had her own dreams for young Gru. Upon realizing this he immediately shifted gears to becoming a villain, throwing away his old rockets and models and forcing himself to use his superego. Eventually Gru will be recognized as one of the world’s Best Bad Guys.
Odysseus was an effective leader in battle, an amazing fighter, and he was the person who helped defeat Troy by using the wooden horse. Although everyone thought this was a heroic action by Odysseus to obtain victory, the gods were not so happy with him, especially Zeus. The gods punished Odysseus by making his journey back home difficult for him and his men. Even though Odysseus was being challenged by gods, he had traits that were of an epic hero. Also, throughout his journey he had friends and companions to help him travel back to Ithaca safely and obtain his kingdom once again.
“How do I know that you are my father?” I said, as I suddenly doubted him. “I expect you will not doubt my word too? But I will give you proof. Ask anything you want of me and you shall have it, and I call the Styx to be witness to my promise, the river of the oath of the gods.” His generosity amazed me, and I remembered watching him riding the Sun chariot through heaven, and wishing to be in his