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Ancient Greek Gods and Goddesses

Mar 5, 2012

by Cate Fitt handmade and vintage goods

I never studied Ancient Greek and was a reluctant, mediocre Latin student in school. Thank goodness for the excellent translations that allow all of us to be inspired by these old epics. I recently read a number of the young adult Percy Jackson books by Rick Riordon. It was a pleasure to find the familiar Greek gods, goddesses, creatures, monsters and places all mixed together in a contemporary context, following the tale of a half-blood son of Poseidon. The stories and characters of yore continue to come to mind throughout my life. When stuck in a repetitive job, I recall Sisyphus, condemned to the eternal task of pushing a heavy rock up a hill, only to have it roll to the bottom once again. In fury and frustration at the start of yet another war, I could remember Lysistrata, Aristophane’s play about the women of Athens withholding sex to bring about the end of the Peloponnesian War. When studying  Renaissance paintings of voluptuous nudes, I thought of the many forms Zeus took in order to seduce far too many maidens. Rediscover the classics with the collections below!


[Clockwise from top left: Horse of Troy print by Artcalifornia; Homer pendant by Petsalad; Achilles herbal poultice by Kyrabotanica; Circe exhibition poster from Rogallery; Odyssey poster from Secousse; Odyssey charging dock by Richneelydesigns]

A long journey, full of obstacles and adventures, has given us several thousand years of inspiration.


[Clockwise from top left: Hades and Persephone in the Underworld by Mariaaragon; Pan necklace by Billyblue22; Pan sculpture by Jolucksted; Athena mosaic by Blueterracotta; Pegasus sculpture by Songandbranch; Demeter wall plaque by Heritagebay]

The tale of Demeter’s yearning for her daughter, Persephone, during the time she is held captive by Hades, is a deeply moving story of a mother’s love.


[Clockwise from top left: “Daphne” by Inthecrystalpalace; Pandora necklace by Shannonwestmeyer; Centaur wood figurine by Cardinalcreekstudio; Magnetic art dolls by Thehandmadeclassroom; Faun drawing by Almapottery]

Basic textile skills are so ancient they are the very tools of the Fates.

[Clockwise from top left: “Aesop’s Crow” etching by Stephaniemartinart; Fox and grapes pin by Chickenscratchcoop; Tortoise and hare scrimshaw by Scrimworks;  Crow matchbox by Jadajazz; Tortoise and the Hare sculpture by Thepleasureseekers; Teacup and saucer set by Zmedceramics]

It is far too easy for those with natural talent to take their abilities for granted. The slow and steady are to be admired.

Some stories retain their excitement no matter how frequently they are repeated: the road trip, the overcoming of a series of trials, the returning stranger who is recognized by the old dog. What a thrill to realize what is happening and what delight in knowing the old, yet ever new, story.

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2 Featured Comments

  • serenabythesea

    Robin Ann said 5 years ago Featured

    A thought: Greco-Roman, Norse, Celtic and other mythological traditions present to us a series of archetypes. Are they merely representing something that is already there, in early learning or as Jung thought in the human genome? Or did they create something entirely new, different, and ultimately, to us if not to their authors, timeless? Wonderful artwork, btw.

  • biophiliadesigns

    Danielle Toronyi from biophiliadesigns said 5 years ago Featured

    Fantastic post! Its thrilling to fins inspiration in religious iconography and practice. Learning about various cultures teaches us so much, especially the cornerstone of Western civilization! Something that thrills me are the parallels between all cultures and religions... the sun-god... the earth goddess... we all feel the same truths no matter where we are from or what we believe.


  • eversolovely

    Ever So Lovely from EverSoLovely said 5 years ago

    Love all of these! The teacup and pegasus especially!

  • Macramaking

    Ellen from Macramaking said 5 years ago

    Yes! Love this collection! Especially the tea cup!

  • MegansMenagerie

    Megan from MegansMenagerie said 5 years ago

    Love love love!!!

  • AzimuthVintage

    Traci McKnight from AzimuthVintage said 5 years ago

    Mythology was always my favorite subject in school. My best teacher used to say, "There is nothing new under the sun." What a lovely reaffirmation- thank you!

  • ZhongFuJewelryDesign

    Sarah Lindhartsen from ZhongFuJewelryDesign said 5 years ago

    Greek and Roman mythology has always fascinated me - and what beautiful artwork to capture it!

  • flourishingagain

    Lacey from FlourishingAgain said 5 years ago

    I willingly learned about the myths, some great fairy tales! They're classic for a reason and have some innovative ideas for origins of everyday occurances.

  • ACupOfSparkle

    ACupOfSparkle from ACupOfSparkle said 5 years ago

    I loved all your selections. Very cool!

  • theresatron

    theresatron from TheMonstersLounge said 5 years ago

    I don't know one person who wasn't seduced by Greek tales when they were a child. Lovely selection.

  • Klavuiela7

    Anastasija Zolotarjova from MapleApple said 5 years ago

    love fox and grapes pin! So fun!

  • lovesexton

    Tokara from lovesexton said 5 years ago

    beautiful items!

  • goodbeads

    goodbeads from goodbeads said 5 years ago

    Wow!So interesting,great art!

  • catbun

    Akiko Chii from catbun said 5 years ago

    Pegasus by SongandBranch is very pretty! A pure feeling of delicate and light.....

  • volkerwandering

    Jess from volkerwandering said 5 years ago

    I love the animal themed treasury!

  • dottywalker

    Dotty Walker from SewThoughtfulBlanket said 5 years ago

    Love the tortoise and the hare sculpture. Actually, all of them are fascinating!

  • nomadcraftsetc

    Janelle and Jason Ethridge from NomadCraftsEtc said 5 years ago

    My kids and I are going to do a whole mythology unit for one of our homeschooling projects! I am gathering materials for it now-we are all very excited to do it-as I know we willl learn a ton about some fun mythological creatures! This is one of my favorite posts etsy has ever done! And so many great finds! Great work!

  • elleestpetite

    Donna Thai from PetiteCuisine said 5 years ago

    I love Greek mythology, always have. Great selection of items as always.

  • NicoleNicoletta2

    Nicole Nicoletta from MintMarbles said 5 years ago

    great picks!

  • WeddingLab

    SSW from WeddingLab said 5 years ago

    Fascinating article! love magnetic art dolls!

  • mazedasastoat

    mazedasastoat from mazedasastoat said 5 years ago

    I've always loved Greek & Roman myth, & still read them today with as much pleasure as when I was first introduced to them as a child. The Norse sagas are fascinating too.

  • tigersanddragons

    tigersanddragons from TigersandDragons said 5 years ago

    We've always been interested in mythology and symbolism, it's the basis of our jewellery line. Some real treasures in this article, especially in the Aesop fables section. The scrimshaw of the tortoise and hare is fantastic, what skill!

  • andieo1

    Andie Olson from thegeometricworkshop said 5 years ago

    I am fascinated by mythology. Persephone is my favorite story. Hades the god of the underworld accosted her and brought her down to hell. Her mother loved her so much that she was able to persuade Hades to split the year with him. The half of the year that Hades has Persephone is believed to be the winter. Beautiful items!! I love the pegasus sculpture!

  • VoleedeMoineaux

    Hillary De Moineaux from VoleedeMoineaux said 5 years ago

    hmmm interesting.

  • metalicious

    Stephanie Maslow Blackman from metalicious said 5 years ago

    I love Greek mythology, equating a repetitive job with Sisyphus cracked me up. Gorgeous selections, too!

  • RavensCrafts

    Jane from RavensCrafts said 5 years ago

    I love mythology and the classics! Nice post

  • rorymosman

    Rory Mosman from FeatherKeeper said 5 years ago

    I too enjoy mythology and the inspiration that can come from it. Thanks for the post.

  • snugglyugly

    Indira Villalobos from snugglyugly said 5 years ago

    great post.

  • bedouin

    Nicole from Crackerjackarma said 5 years ago

    Basking in my "married into heritage" with all of these fantastic finds ~ love love The Fates (Moirae) - Greek Mythology Magnetic Art Dolls by Thehandmadeclassroom

  • AntiquesAsh

    Ashley from AntiquesAsh said 5 years ago

    Really fabulous work! Great article!

  • Mclovebuddy

    Mr. Sal Phan, Bichon Frise from Mclovebuddy said 5 years ago

    good thing romans shared many of the same greek gods (also love native roman myths like that of remus & romulus), though renamed, so you would have gotten some of greek mythology from reading latin. it's funny to think that was their religion now. mesopotamia, the birthplace of western civilization had similar mythologies as does other major civilizations throughout the world. humans are ever creative in making up stories.

  • gilstrapdesigns

    Debra Gilstrap from gilstrapdesigns said 5 years ago

    I've always loved Greek Mythology. Such an interesting article and I love all of the items shown.

  • AlpineGypsy

    Heidi from AlpineGypsy said 5 years ago

    Fantastic, I love the anthropology of Myth ~ a constant inspiration whether I am aware of it or not! Heidi

  • pieceofart

    Gina S. from pieceofART said 5 years ago

    As I Greek myself I find the work of these artists truly fascinating. I grew up trying to get to know in depth all these myths, the classics, inspiring historic figures and their doings, ancient philosophers and their teachings. Yet these creations have a modern and fresh vibe, may remind that some of those teachings have an international and timeless appeal and may serve as guidance and inspiration in our modern lives.

  • jolucksted

    Jo Lucksted from jolucksted said 5 years ago

    Thanks for showing Pan, Cate! I absolutely love the Greek myths and have done a few pieces on this theme....and yes, I love the common themes across mythology from different cultures such as the antlered man/hunter (Herne, Actaeon)

  • RuralRetreatVintage

    Dena from RuralRetreatVintage said 5 years ago

    Great blog post. I love Greek mythology. You selected some wonderful items to feature. I enjoyed reading this as I sipped my coffee after supper.

  • messinabella

    messinabella from BandBEstate said 5 years ago

    Love Greek mythology - great post!

  • Armalique

    Abby from Armalique said 5 years ago

    Ah Greek mythology, my ultimate obsession! I never seem to get tired of getting lost in the crazy tales. (And Ioved the Percy Jackson series too!)

  • Artephemere

    Patrick from ArtCalifornia said 5 years ago

    When I was little, my favorite adventure book was Iliad and Odyssey. Today when I read it again I find inspiration….Great blog.

  • blueridgewoodworking

    Gabe and Athena from BlueRidgeWoodworking said 5 years ago

    Great Post. I have always been fascinated by Greek Mythology. But that is probably due to my name, Athena. But for some reason people always say. "Oh, yes, the goddess of love." Not quite. Great items that you selected.

  • lilinspirations

    Sandra from CoutureWeddingHankie said 5 years ago

    Very different! Congratulations!

  • ArchetypalTheatre

    Sarah Pogue from ArchetypalTheatre said 5 years ago

    What a wonderful selection of artwork! Greek myths are so full of powerful symbolism, very inspiring!

  • KMalinka

    Natalia from KMalinkaVintage said 5 years ago

    Awesome article!

  • susanosof

    Susan Osofsky said 5 years ago

    Great post, as usual! I love the tortoise and the hare.

  • dieseline

    dieseline from Dieseline said 5 years ago

    I remember being Artemis for a middle school project! Love the Pegasus.

  • cottonbirddesigns

    Angela Cotton from CottonBirdDesigns said 5 years ago

    Great article!

  • AWishForYou

    AWishForYou from AWishForYou said 5 years ago

    I just got lost looking at shops from this etsy blog article - I nearly forgot to comment !! Some amazing unique and totally creative items - love this theme !!

  • MishaGirl

    Michelle from MishaGirl said 5 years ago

    What a marvelous mix to Greek-out on!

  • escapist6

    Paulette Brown from escapist6 said 5 years ago

    This is a super post! I love reading about Greek Mythology. I think my favorite was Antigone. I'd like to read more, and sip my tea from that cup.

  • muddyum

    muddyum from muddyum said 5 years ago

    I always loved Greek and Roman mythology. What a great inspiration your work! Keep it up!

  • RetroRevivalBoutique

    RetroRevivalBoutique from RetroRevivalBoutique said 5 years ago

    Very nice picks! (^__^)

  • pinksnakejewelry

    pinksnakejewelry from pinksnakejewelry said 5 years ago

    Love Mythology!!!! Super Post, Wonderful Creations!!!

  • Iammie

    iammie from iammie said 5 years ago

    I love mythology!

  • anniesattico

    annie b from anniebDesignz said 5 years ago

    mythology gods and goddesses, how it has always fascinated me from creating art to clothing it is always in mind. As a child in school a very long time ago I was always correcting maths or something else boring and not allowed to participate in the 'arts'. love your work..

  • kararane

    Kara Rane from kararane said 5 years ago

    time~less tales that connect us all.

  • sweetsarahcardsandtr

    Sarah M. from sweetsarahpatisserie said 5 years ago

    greay post.

  • serenabythesea

    Robin Ann said 5 years ago Featured

    A thought: Greco-Roman, Norse, Celtic and other mythological traditions present to us a series of archetypes. Are they merely representing something that is already there, in early learning or as Jung thought in the human genome? Or did they create something entirely new, different, and ultimately, to us if not to their authors, timeless? Wonderful artwork, btw.

  • amoronia

    Demi from amoronia said 5 years ago

    What a wonderful theme for a post! Thank you so much for sharing those amazing pieces of art, I think they really belong to a museum for Greek mythology inspired items, hehee! I'm off to retweet :)

  • mattyhandmadecrafts

    Matejka Max from NattyMatty said 5 years ago


  • Attractive1

    Elena Fom from Attractive1 said 5 years ago

    Times changes, but humam stay the same. Nice post!

  • nefkri

    christina lilly said 5 years ago

    Thank you for a great post and thank you for the respect to my ancestors!!!!

  • Blingup1

    Hatsuna from Blingup1 said 5 years ago

    Great mythology senses provided! very interesting articles in the pictures shared! Very Nice and Excellent post!!

  • CoutureAssemblage

    Melanie Gibson said 5 years ago

    Love the blog! Whilst doing research for my MA in Textile Culture I was introduced to some of the Greek Gods by Mnemosyne, who is the mother of the Muses & the Goddess of Memory, she took me on a wonderful journey threw the underworld to the River Lethe, where the souls of the dead are given a choice before being reincarnated, if the drank from the river their memories would be taken away, thus giving them a fresh start. The other option is wild & I think you should find that out for yourselves....... If any ones interested you can view the work I made that was Jointly inspired by the Goddess of Memory and the human condition of Alzheimers, at my website: , where their are two pieces entitled "The River Lethe" & " Release"

  • AlisaDesign

    Alisa from AlisaDesign said 5 years ago

    Great pics!!!

  • BrightonCrock

    Sarah James from BrightonCrock said 5 years ago

    It's quite fascinating really. Lovely collection too.

  • LittleWrenPottery

    Victoria Baker from LittleWrenPottery said 5 years ago

    Great finds, I was inspired by Greek history when I was a kid particularly the old films like Clash of the Titans!

  • megk8199

    Megan Morris from MadebyMegShop said 5 years ago

    Wonderful selections! I've always been fascinated by Greek mythology.


    LIAT kires from ATLIART said 5 years ago

    Great finds! excellent post!

  • adrianaallenllc

    Adriana Allen from adrianaallenllc said 5 years ago

    I first read the Greek mythology when was very young; I remember enjoying reading tremendously even then. Although at this time, the stories read more as faily tales and probably most of their moral value must have been lost to me.

  • ShoeClipsOnly

    kathy johnson from ShoeClipsOnly said 5 years ago

    Beautiful, especialy the teacups!

  • Angeline222

    Angelina from Angeline222 said 5 years ago

    As a fan of Greek & Roman Mythology ,I appreciated this article and all the research that went into it! Well done! Angie

  • MountainDolls

    Janice Parrott from MountainDolls said 5 years ago

    great article and really nice items listed!

  • carolannolson

    Carol Olson said 5 years ago

    Another beautiful post. I love the theme and art this week. Thanks for sharing, I think I will be doing art of me pushing rocks up hills!

  • peacesofindigo

    Dawanna Young from peacesofindigo said 5 years ago

    Mythology intrigues me. I loved reading myths from all cultures as a kid. One of my favorite subjects to study up on while I'm in the studio. Fabulous post!

  • BellaEpoca

    BellaEpoca from BellaEpoca said 5 years ago

    Nice to have a taste of the ancients in our everyday...a good reminder to enjoy the time we have.

  • Caramelka

    Sweet Smoke from SweetSmokebags said 5 years ago

    So ancient but very actual, beautiful art.

  • greeneyezdesignz

    greeneyezdesignz from greeneyezdesignz said 5 years ago

    Love the Pegasus! I have been fascinated with Greek mythology since I was a child. My two favorites were Pandora and Medusa! I am always on the look out for any vintage jewelry related to mythology. Check out the Muses brooch and Medusa brooch in my shop.

  • ResurrectedMe

    ResurrectedMe from ResurrectedMe said 5 years ago

    Nice Post! I love the pre Raphaelite artist John William Waterhouse. He often used Mythology as a subject for his art. Check him out! Circe and Hylas and the nymphs are my favorites. : )

  • DiscordVintage

    Discord Vintage from DiscordVintage said 5 years ago

    Great post! I've always been in love with ancient deity's and their myths

  • KaiceJoy

    Kirsti Joy from KaiceJoy said 5 years ago

    I think mythology is such fun and entertaining to read. Great post....I really liked the tortoise and hare sculpture. That is such a wonderful tale!

  • biophiliadesigns

    Danielle Toronyi from biophiliadesigns said 5 years ago Featured

    Fantastic post! Its thrilling to fins inspiration in religious iconography and practice. Learning about various cultures teaches us so much, especially the cornerstone of Western civilization! Something that thrills me are the parallels between all cultures and religions... the sun-god... the earth goddess... we all feel the same truths no matter where we are from or what we believe.

  • GracefullyGirly

    Kimberlee from GracefullyGirly said 5 years ago

    In school I was mesmerized by the lessons on ancient Greece! I dreamed of visiting all those incredible ancient ruins someday. Since I can't yet finance a trip I need to check out these fabulous finds here which can hold my dreams until I can one day be in the presence of the ancient ruins, finally showing me their stories of those ancient civilizations.

  • uswatsons

    Sylvie Liv from SylvieLiv said 5 years ago

    The tortoise and hare scrimshaw is cute!

  • theancientmuse

    theancientmuse from theancientmuse said 5 years ago

    Ancient Greece is really a magnificent source of inspiration!

  • ezliving

    ezliving from ezliving said 5 years ago

    Great post! Thanks for sharing!

  • chanelecooper1

    Chanele Cooper said 5 years ago

    I love it thanks for posting!

  • cmeenakshi

    Meenakshi C from MystiCraft said 5 years ago

    Nice post! I find great similarities between Greek & Indian Gods & Goddesses. Both have a supreme being for almost everything.. every aspect of our life - emotions, elements, animals .. everything with very similar characteristics. The stories about them though may be different teach us the same moral. Some connections to explore. Arts & Crafts for a start ?

  • accentonvintage

    accentonvintage from accentonvintage said 5 years ago

    Great selections and interesting topic!

  • johnandersen

    John Andersen from WarriorPoetWorkshop said 5 years ago

    Ever interesting to think about how these cultures and their respective art forms and traditions evolved. Just looking at all the differences in art form one must wonder whether the same racist is responsible for both. (ex. the romans lived in magnificent cities built of stone; while the native americans lived in tee-pees)

  • OnlyOriginalsByAJ

    AJ Marsden from OnlyOriginalsByAJ said 5 years ago

    I love Greek and Roman Mythology! Thanks for sharing your great finds!

  • curiousprintery

    curiousprintery from curiousprintery said 5 years ago

    I was always fascinated by Greek, Roman, Egyptian, Pagan and Christian/Jewish mythology and fairytales but personally ancient Egypt wins it for me. :)

  • mythunderstood

    mythunderstood from mythunderstood said 5 years ago

    Nice feature on mythology! Fantastic items!

  • tomsgrossmami

    Tom's Grossmami from tomsgrossmami said 5 years ago

    Great post! Thank you!

  • mikiheather

    Heather Butler from MikiandHeather said 5 years ago

    I love this post!

  • EnterpriseAmericana

    Enterprise Americana from EnterpriseAmericana said 5 years ago

    Really liking the tea cup and saucer set.

  • soberwear

    Maria Barscewski from soberwear said 5 years ago

    fascinating info....thanks!

  • sianykitty

    Siany from sianykitty said 5 years ago

    greek mythology always fascinate me, nice pics too!

  • ChaChaChickpea

    Monika Chas from ChaChaChickpea said 5 years ago

    Funny how a subject matter can "randomly" be on your mind...and then you notice someone else is thinking about that same subject! Two days ago I opened up an old DK Illustrated Book of Myths and read through it for at least an hour, completely mesmerized by these ancient tales of Gods and Goddesses. I guess the older one gets, the more fascinating these tales become... Also intriguing are the myths from other parts of the world. I am enamored of Norse Mythology, so elaborate and, often, very funny! I just found on Etsy some lovely pieces of art and jewelry related to Norse sagas and myths.

  • myvintagecrush

    Kathleen from myvintagecrush said 5 years ago

    Awesome!! Love the Pegasus!

  • TNTees

    TNTees from TNTees said 5 years ago

    wonderful collection, i really loved the comment earlier... theres nothing new under the sun.

  • SubaqueousPress

    Michelle Cornelison from SubaqueousPress said 5 years ago

    What an excellent post! I've been eying the Percy Jackson books during my volunteer hours at the library; I think I will have to give them a read. I recently watched a great movie, "Blame it on Fidel," a French film about a privileged young French girl whose life turns upside down when her parents become political activists. But a great part of the movie is when the young girl gets a new Greek nanny and learns about Greek myths for the first time. She is totally captivated by the stories, and it inspired me to check them out again, as well.

  • knitfitt

    Cate Fitt said 5 years ago

    Thanks for the many thoughtful and detailed comments. It was a pleasure for me to bring this post from nebulous idea to completion. I kept getting lost in my yellowed copy of Edith Hamilton's Mythology: Timeless Tales of Gods and Heroes.

  • SpiritedWoodland

    Roxie Zwicker from SpiritedWoodland said 5 years ago

    I look to a lot of the Goddess mythology not only for artistic inspiration but also for living an inspired life inspiration. The strength and purposeful passion are so meanigful I find in these times. A wonderful post accented with wonderful choices.

  • CoutureAssemblage

    Melanie Gibson said 5 years ago

    I Love your hat! Great blog right up my street! I recently finshed an MA in Textlie & Culture, whilst reseaching for my finals I stumbled across Mnemosyne, The Mother of the Muses, she is also The Goddess of Memory, she took me on a journey down to Greek mythologies underworld & to the river Lethe. this is where the souls of the departed are invited to take the waters to erase their memories before being reborn. If any one is interested you can view my work that was inspired by Mnemosye at: The works are intitled: The River Lethe & Release.

  • CoutureAssemblage

    Melanie Gibson said 5 years ago

    Newbies Mistake!!!!! Ran out of credit just as I was uploading my comment the first time. Sorry for the repeat!!!! Dont things in the Etsy world move quickly! x

  • Craftelina

    vik and ig from Craftelina said 5 years ago

    Very true! We are too lately into Greek Mythology in our crafts (Centaurs, Pan, Mermaids). It is so right that these characters are always there around us this way or another. Thank you very much for this article.

  • IvyTurtle

    Rose Marion from HeroineDesigns said 5 years ago

    Wonderful! The theme of my shop is Heroines, and I'm really enjoying rediscovering the Greek & Roman mythology I devoured as a kid, to find inspiration for my designs. Although back then it seemed like most of the gals were trying to keep the boys away, and kept getting turned into trees and things :) I always did love the myth of Cupid and Psyche, and having Venus as a mother-in-law. :)

  • GazitJewelry

    GazitJewelry from GazitJewelry said 5 years ago

    The words of the poet Goethe describe it well: "Of all peoples, the Greeks have dreamt the dream of life best" Whoever is a member of the western and the middle eastern civilizations is a pupil of the ancient greeks, in mathematics, sience, philosophy, art and literature. Our minds and souls and our world is a fabric woven from the fibers of their "dream".

  • DebbieDolls

    Debbie Campbell from YarnDeBelles said 5 years ago

    I like the Pegasus sculpture. I made a set of Greek gods and goddesses dolls.

  • IsabelleKnits

    IsabelleKnits from IsabelleKnits said 5 years ago

    Proud to be Greek and proud to have been given the name Artemis. :)

  • CopperheadCreations

    Sarah from CopperheadCreations said 5 years ago

    This has always been so interesting to me. Beautiful finds, too!

  • erinmh91

    Erin from TheWatermelonGiraffe said 5 years ago

    I love the tortoise and the hare mug! I am taking a class on Greek Mythology right now and it is very interesting as well as inspiring!

  • Zalavintage

    Zane Saracene from Zalavintage said 5 years ago

    I love how ones voice is heard around the world through the Etsy blogs. This one in particular resonates with our shared identities as we all dig through our books to find Bulfinch, Hamilton or Campbell to enjoy this weekend! Great job Cate!

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