A shield or breastplate emblematic of majesty that was associated with Zeus and Athena.
Protection coming from a greater power
a collection of maps, usually in book form; a book of charts, graph, etc, illustrating aspects of a subject
having an undue fascination with oneself, vain; Narcissus sat and watched his own reflection until he let himself die
rainbow-colored; Iris is said to go to the oceans and bring up water to make rainbows after it rains
An ancient Greek or Roman staff, typically one with two serpents twined around it, carried by Hermes
a steam organ, beautiful voiced in eloquence; 1 of the 9 muses. She was gifted in epic poetry and eloquence
extremely visionary or unbelievable
fond of or adapted to luxury or indulgence in sensual pleasures; having luxurious tastes or habits, especially in eating and drinking
unrestrained or violent anger, rage, or passion; The Furies who are filled with envy and anger and take it out on innocent people.
a place where people go to learn and study about history, art, or science; The Muses represent poetry, arts, and science, and sources of inspiration
causing or capable of causing death; mortal; deadly; The Fates decided how long each individual lives. They decide the death of all people in the world.
a mountain or hill, consisting of a crater or vent in which lava, rock fragments, hot vapor, and gas are or have been erupted from the earth's crust
a sound or series of sounds caused by the reflection of sound waves bouncing off an object to the listener; Echo was cursed to be only allowed to say the last thing a human said. She got depressed and pressed herself away until all that was left of her was her voice, an echo.
having enormous strength, courage, or size
to combine chemically with water; Hydra lives in water, and both involve water
Edible grain that is often a breakfast food, agricultural crop; Ceres is the goddess of agriculture, which relates to the agricultural crop of Cereal
a state of sluggishness, inactivity, and apathy, state of unconsciousness resembling deep sleep
of, relating to, or suited for war or a warrior: relating to an army or to military life: experienced in or inclined to war
characterized by rapid and unpredictable changeableness of mood
an opponent or rival whom a person cannot best or overcome; they both foil evil plans
an analgesic and narcotic drug, obtained from opium and used medically to relieve pain
fleet of ships
mermaids that sang
an instance, outbreak, or period of such fear; suddenly destroying the self-control and impelling to some frantic action
an extended adventurous voyage or trip; an intellectual or spiritual quest
a wingless insect that has a body divided into two parts and has eight legs, and no antennae
torment or tease
gigantic; of enormous size, strength, and power
a wise and trusted counselor or teacher; an influential senior sponsor or supporter' to act like a teacher or counselor
a gentle, mild breeze; The West Wind; any of various things of fine, light quality, as fabric, yarn, etc.