Women of Greek Mythology: Khaos

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I’ve wanted to put a lot of my “useless” Greek Mythology knowledge to use for quite some time now, but I hadn’t been able to think of an appropriate avenue to do so, which hasn’t been blogged (or vlogged) about several dozen times already.

Needless to say, you’re seeing this now, because I’ve finally figured out how this process best benefits my personal interests in classical self-scholarship. This is the first in a (probably pretty long-running) series on female figures in Greek Mythology, a retelling of myth that aims to focus on figures both immortal and not that tend to not see near as much of the modern cultural spotlight, or to understand how these stories can still fit into a modern context.

And as comes with all firsts, I thought it best to start at the beginning, with:


Khaos, THE Primordial Goddess

Greek Mythology, while most well known…

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