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Myths endure for a reason. This episodic audio drama brings ancient myths to life for the modern audience. Each episode presents exciting stories and analysis of each myth's history and origins, giving insight into how our ancestors saw the universe. Mythology releases a new episode every Tuesday. Mythology is a production of Cutler Media and part of the Parcast Network.
 
The most entertaining and enraging stories from mythology told casually, contemporarily, and (let's be honest) sarcastically. Greek and Roman gods did some pretty weird (and awful) things. This isn't your average storytelling podcast: Liv focuses on Greek and Roman mythology's (mis)treatment of women, the wild things the gods did, and the all around incredible minds of the ancient world. I mean, how did they come up with this stuff? Gods, goddesses, heroes, monsters, and everything in betwee ...
 
Marcas and Stephie adapt and retell famous, and not so famous stories from Irish Mythology and Folklore. Each episode features a dramatic reading of one of these tales, along with a deep dive into the original versions that they are adapted from. Encounter mighty warriors, druids, witches, demons, monsters, gods, fairies, ghosts, saints, and scholars as we travel to magical locations in the Irish otherworld - below the ground, under the sea, in the sky and beyond the realm of comprehension. ...
 
A unique view of mythology ... Imagine: Ancient Greek gods in the modern world ... Were the Greek gods no more than myths? Modern scholars say so. What if they're wrong? ... Join best selling author and mythologist Patrick Garner as he explores each of the major Greek gods--Zeus, Apollo, Artemis, Aphrodite, Athena, Poseidon, Ares and many others--and offers rare insights into who these divine beings were--and what became of them.
 
Greek mythology and history inspire Janell Rhiannon's adult mythology series, The Homeric Chronicles. In this podcast series, she shares how her research informed major plot structures and the various surprises that cast new light on old (and new) Trojan War characters. Her ultimate goal is to elevate the female voices of the Trojan War era, bringing a wider female audience to a genre that is most typically geared toward masculine perspectives. **For exclusive content become at Myrmidon Elit ...
 
Needle Mythology is a small (cyber)space where people can enthuse about beautiful records and the people who make them. It's also a record label, but more about that later. Occasionally, we'll post conversations with well-loved musicians and music fans, hosted by Needle Mythology founder Pete Paphides. These podcasts are all produced by Laura Druce (www.whitepebblemedia.co.uk)
 
Bulfinch’s Mythology, first published in 1855, is one of the most popular collections of mythology of all time. It consists of three volumes: The Age of Fable, The Age of Chivalry, and Legends of Charlemagne. This is a recording of the tenth edition of the first volume, The Age of Fable. It contains many Greek and Roman myths, including simplified versions of The Iliad and The Odyssey, as well as a selection of Norse and “eastern” myths. Thomas Bulfinch’s goal was to make the ancient myths a ...
 
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In the first episode of International Women's Month, stories of the many women wronged by history and mythology. Jocasta, Medea, Medusa, Helen, Andromeda, Clytemnestra, and Penelope. CW/TW: far too many Greek myths involve assault. Given it's fiction, and typically involves gods and/or monsters, I'm not as deferential as I would be were I referenci…
 
This week Mathias and Daniel are sitting down with Jennifer Snook Ph.D. and author of American Heathens: The Politics of Identity in a Pagan Religious Movement. Doctor Snook spent years researching the book by taking part in various rituals, and talking to individuals in the community in order to create a fascinating end product. If you would like …
 
The story of the Princess of Bekhten led Paul down a rabbit hole of Demons, Khonsu, and the Folk Practice of Zar. Sarah and her phobia of demonic possession are along for the ride! Want More Mythunderstood? Visit our patreon at www.patreon.com/_mythunderstood And be a part of the conversation over on our Discord! https://discord.gg/GrnzCDW94M Suppo…
 
Welcome to Episode 15 where we travel back to Athens in our mythology time machine for one grand purpose: We seek to experience the famous Eleusinian Mysteries. The Mysteries were a must-attend, life-or-death ritual. Those who successfully participated were assured a pleasant afterlife. And those who did not attend were herded by Hades into a disma…
 
DRAGONS! Want to know more about the best good boy dragons of pop culture and mythology? We got em both here! We share a few of our favorite dragons and learn about a few of the coolest dragons from China, Japan and Korea. Stick around til the end for our new 2021 Eat The Rich Dragon Mascot. Did we miss your favorite? Let us know. Image Courtesy of…
 
Aengus believes he is the son of Midir, his foster father, but gets a rude awakening when a jealous Fir Bolg youth tells him otherwise. On finding out his father is actually The Dagda, the King in the Sidhe, he sets out to meet him and claim a Sidhe of his own. There's one slight problem though; Someone already occupies the mound The Dagda had in m…
 
Liv reads Book XXIV of Homer’s Odyssey, translated into prose by Samuel Butler. In the final (*tear*) episode of the Odyssey, Odysseus reunites with his father and there's a bit of a scuffle with the family of the suitors, This is not a standard narrative story episode, it's simply a bonus reading of Homer. For regular episodes look for any that do…
 
Dionysus is Queer as hell. Liv speaks with Yentl Love of the Queer Classicist all about Dionysus and queer theory. Plus, is Harry Styles today's Dionysus?! (Yes.) Here is a link to the post referenced: https://www.thequeerclassicist.com/post/harry-styles-dionysus-reborn. CW/TW: far too many Greek myths involve assault. Given it's fiction, and typic…
 
Liv reads Book XXIII of Homer’s Odyssey, translated into prose by Samuel Butler. Penelope and Odysseus: reunited and it feels so good. This is not a standard narrative story episode, it's simply a bonus reading of Homer. For regular episodes look for any that don't have "Liv Reads..." in the title! For a list of Roman/Latin names and who they were …
 
This week Mathias and Daniel are sitting down with Ruben Terlouw, archeologist and one of Heilung's famous black-clad Harii warriors. He and the boys will be conducting an in depth discussion of the Beserker in Viking myth and culture. Were they an elite group of warriors clad in bearskins, or Christian propaganda? And where do the magic mushrooms …
 
All the Zodiac Constellation Mini Myths in one place! This episode is a compilation of all of the Mini Myth episodes over the course of 2018-2019 that were dedicated to the Zodiac Constellation mythology. CW/TW: far too many Greek myths involve assault. Given it's fiction, and typically involves gods and/or monsters, I'm not as deferential as I wou…
 
This week in a special bonus episode Mathias and Daniel are honered to be sitting down with Professor Martin Carver to discuss the new movie The Dig that was recently released on the Netflix as well as the famous Sutton Hoo excavation that the film is based on. Martin is the director of the Sutton Hoo research project and author of many books inclu…
 
Liv reads Book XXII of Homer’s Odyssey, translated into prose by Samuel Butler. It's murderin' time. Odysseus, Telemachus, Eumaeus, and the death of all the suitors. This is not a standard narrative story episode, it's simply a bonus reading of Homer. For regular episodes look for any that don't have "Liv Reads..." in the title! For a list of Roman…
 
Welcome to Episode 14 where we look at the adventures — and the strangely modern travails — of the wine-god, Dionysos, whom the Romans called Bacchus. An ancient being, he was the exotic god of ecstasy and dance. The inventor of theater and wine, he was alternately celebrated and feared. Whereas many of the Olympic gods exploited women, he was thei…
 
This week Mathias and Daniel are sitting down with Ludwig Swärd the amazingly talented musician behind the one man band Forndom. His latest album FAÞIR is available now and Ludwig has come on the podcast to talk about his sources of inspiration, including the poem Sonatorrek or "Loss of a Son" by Viking age poet and certified badass Egill Skallagrí…
 
Khnemu, Imhotep, and the Seven Year Famine are the subjects, but Sarah's more intereseted in Asqet and Billy Zane. Want More Mythunderstood? Visit our patreon at www.patreon.com/_mythunderstood And be a part of the conversation over on our Discord! https://discord.gg/GrnzCDW94M Support the show by leaving a Rating & Review and be sure to visit www.…
 
Liv answers your questions about Assassin's Creed Odyssey's mythology and historicity, and her favourite food, and the gods in general, and whatever else you all asked. CW/TW: far too many Greek myths involve assault. Given it's fiction, and typically involves gods and/or monsters, I'm not as deferential as I would be were I referencing the real th…
 
Heads up! This week we have a ghost story from Japan featuring the nosiest Yokai on this side of the Pacific - the Rokurokubi. Prepare to learn about what really happens to people who crane their necks to listen on the hot goss. But don’t worry about those long necks, it’s the Nukekubi you really gotta watch out for. It’s samurai monk up to bat aga…
 
Liv reads Book XXI of Homer’s Odyssey, translated into prose by Samuel Butler. Hmm, hmm, hmm... Who can string that bow? This is not a standard narrative story episode, it's simply a bonus reading of Homer. For regular episodes look for any that don't have "Liv Reads..." in the title! For a list of Roman/Latin names and who they were in the Greek, …
 
This week Mathias and Daniel are sitting down with Jakub Vaniš the amazing artist who goes by the internet moniker The Raven from the North. Jakub has helped create amazing pieces and cover art for clients like Einar Selvik of Wardruna, as well as Kati Rán, and Oliver S Tyr of Faun. Jakub is here to talk about his unique self taught art style, as w…
 
Which ancient civilization *didn't* have a flood myth, that's the real question! It's time for the full story of the flood myth of the ancient Greeks, the Great Deluge and Deucalion and Pyrrha. CW/TW: far too many Greek myths involve assault. Given it's fiction, and typically involves gods and/or monsters, I'm not as deferential as I would be were …
 
Brigid returns from tending her flock to see women huddled around the hearth with only a bit of bread between them. A bit of divine magic might be just what the doctor ordered. We talk about the goddess Brigid, Saint Brigid, how they are connected and why she is the patron of the festival of Imbolc, also known as St. Brigid's Day or Lá Fheile Bride…
 
Welcome to Episode 13! How many of us know the god Hephaistos? You may think of him as Vulcan… but that's the Roman rebranding of the god who was known by the ancient Greeks as the fire-god. He was the god who turned his disability into a genius that wowed the gods and men alike. His seemingly endless creations were almost unimaginable. Robots call…
 
Liv reads Book XX of Homer’s Odyssey, translated into prose by Samuel Butler. Things heat up between the disguised Odysseus and the suitors of Penelope. This is not a standard narrative story episode, it's simply a bonus reading of Homer. For regular episodes look for any that don't have "Liv Reads..." in the title! For a list of Roman/Latin names …
 
This week Mathias and Daniel are really pleased to be sitting down with Ed Gamester a writer, strongman, muscian, and Guildmaster of The Guild. The Guild is Ed's brainchild and a physical manifestation of his own life philosophy, to live life as a bold adventure and surround yourself with people to further that goal. Check it out over at: edgameste…
 
That's right: it's time to defend Aeneas! Classics professor Dr. Aven McMaster tells me all about Virgil's Aeneid, why the Aeneid is Good, Actually, and why we should really give Aeneas a chance. (Brief, simplified historical note should you get confused: Octavian = Augustus. Same person, Octavian = before he was emperor, Augustus = emperor.) You c…
 
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