Greek Myths in Order of Publication Page 2
The Roman legend that packs plenty of adventure and tragic love is acted by Natasha Gostwick and Richard Scott.
Pictures by Nick Hayes for Storynory. Click to Enlarge. We begin our four part “epic” poem written in verse by Bertie for Storynory. You may know this famous story by other titles including Jason and the Golden Fleece and Jason and the Argonauts. We have chosen to call it “Jason and Medea” to emphasis the [...]
Jason and the Argonauts contend with a boxing king and a blind prophet on their way to Colchis to fetch the Golden Fleece.
Princess Medea takes up the story. Jason has come with the Argonauts to Colchis to seek the Golden Fleece for Greece. Medea falls in love with Jason and decides to help him.
An uptempo, amusing song about Jason and the Golden Fleece. We hope you will find this fun ! The words are a bit of a tongue-twister.
The final part of Jason and Medea., the story of the golden fleece. Jason must sow the field of Ares with dragons teeth which will jump up into an army of skeleton men. Then Jason and Medea must escape. And there is a twist in the end of the tale.
Heracles (Hercules in Latin) was the the strong-man of the ancient world. He performed twelve labours, and we tell you about the first 6 in
We continue the adventures of the Greek Hero Heracles (Hercules to the Romans). In this part we hear about Labours 7 to 12 and a lesser known follow-up for poor Heracles – his imprisonment by Queen Omphale when he had to dress up as a girl! If you missed Labours 1- 6, you can find [...]