Glossary

  • Acheron, River - a river of the Underworld, is separates the newly dead from Erebus.
  • Acropolis - the highest part of a settlement, typically a citadel containing fortifications and temples.
  • Adonis - a exceptionally good looking mortal man who's soul is fought over by Aphrodite and Persephone.
  • Aegean Sea : the body of water to the east of Greece
  • The Aegean Islands - the islands in the Aegean Sea.
  • Aeneas - a noble and general who led the survivors of Troy to Italy.
  • King Agamemnon of Mycenae - the most powerful king of the ancient times.
  • Age of New Legends - the current time of champions of the gods.
  • King Agesilaus - The previous king of Sparta.
  • King Agesilaus II - the current senior king of Sparta
  • King Agesipolis II - the current junior king of Sparta
  • Agiads - The senior spartan royal family.
  • Agora - a central place in a city for gathering and culture.
  • Agres - an elder cyclops known as the bright.
  • Ahura Mazda - the Persian god of light, wisdom and truth.
  • Aiakos - an ancient king and now a Judge of the Dead.
  • Ajax - a mortal hero who unusually had no divine ancestry.
  • Akineteo Sea - the body of water that forms the north of the Underworld.
  • The Amazons - an all female tribe of hunters who worship Ares.
  • Amesha Spenta - the seven guardian spirits of Ahura Mazda.
  • Amniside Nymphs - nymphs of the river Amnisus on Crete.
  • Amphisbaean - a snake with a head at each end.
  • Amyntas III of Macedon - The aging Macedonian king and father of the unified Macedonian state.
  • Anatolia - the land directly to the east of Greece.
  • Ancient Greece/Greek - the time before Homer, during the Olympic Age
  • Ant, Indian - a ant the size of a large dog.
  • Angra Mainyu - the Persian god of lies and chaos.
  • Apate - the chaotic goddess of deceit.
  • Apelles - An Ionian painter living in Sicyon, regarded as one of the best in Greece.
  • Aphrodite - Olympic goddess of Passion and Beauty.
  • Apollo - Olympic god of music and knowledge.
  • Arabia - a harsh and hot desert land to the south east of Greece.
  • Arean Bird - an arrow shooting bird, created by Ares.
  • Artaxerxes II of Persia - Aged King of Persia and the most powerful man in the world.
  • Ares - Olympic god of war and chaos.
  • Arete of Cyrene - A philosopher taught by her father and a hedonist.
  • The Argo - the ship of Jason and the Argonauts.
  • The Argonauts - the crew of the Argo.
  • Aristides - a Thebian painter famous for his human expression.
  • Aristophanes - a comic playwright from Athens.
  • Aristotle - a teenage student rumoured to be of some intellect.
  • Artemis - the Olympic goddess of the hunt and the wilderness.
  • Asclepeia - the temples of Asclepius and centres of healing.
  • Asclepius - the Olympic god of healing.
  • Asia Minor - another name for Anatolia.
  • Asphodel Meadows - rolling hills covered in small flowers in Erebus.
  • Aspis - a small deep dish circular shield.
  • Asteria - a minor goddess of falling stars.
  • Athena - Olympic god of wisdom and heroes.
  • The Atlantic Ocean - a vast and stormy body of water far to the west. Nothing lies beyond it.
  • Atlas - a minor Titan and god of strength who is punished with holding up the celestial sphere.
  • Atlas Mountains - a mountain range in north Africa location of Atlas' prison.
  • Atropos - the Moirai who cuts the thread of life
  • Attica - the southern most tip the Greek mainland not part of the Peloponnese and is controlled by Athens.
  • Auroch - a large wild cow.
  • Ba'al Hammon - the Punic god of the Sun.
  • Babyolon - capital of the Persian Empire
  • Basilisc - a small serpent with a deadly gaze.
  • Battle of Leuctra - the battle at which the armies of Athens, Corinth and Thebes ended Spartan hegemony.
  • Battle of Thermopylae - a Spartan holding action that successfully delayed a Persian invasion.
  • Bellerophon - A hero of the distant past brought low by his hubris.
  • The Black Sea - a large and nearly complete land lock sea to the north of Thrace and Anatolia.
  • Boetia - a region of the Greek mainland that separates Attica from the lands east.
  • Boetian League - a league of poleis in Boetia, led by Thebes.
  • Briareus - one of the Hecatonchires, known as the Vigorous.
  • Brontes - the elder cyclops known as the thunderer.
  • Cadmus - founder of Thebes and late mortal husband of Harmonia.
  • Carcinons - giant crabs, up to four feet across.
  • Carthage - a city growing on the strength of its navy and the Phoenician capital.
  • The Carpathian mountains - a mountain range that forms the northern border of the known world.
  • Cassandra - a mortal who rejected Apollo's advanced and was cursed by him to give prophecies that would not be believed.
  • Catoblepas - a bull like creature with a countenance so sad it can chill the soul.
  • Cerberus - the monstrous three headed hound that guards the Underworld.
  • Cenchreae - the eastern port of Corinth.
  • Centaur - a mortal with top half of a man and the lower half of a human.
  • Cerberus - a monstrous three headed hound of Hades that guards the Underworld.
  • Cestus - a leather glove with metal inserts.
  • Cetus, Indian - the group name for the strange half fish creatures that live in the sea
  • Chalkidiki - a large three pronged peninsula in the northern Aegean Sea.
  • Campe - a dragon sent by Cronus to be the jailor of Tartarus. She was killed by Zeus at the start of the Titanomachy.
  • Champion of the Gods - a mortal who has been selected by a god to serve as their instrument in the mortal world.
  • Chaos - the first god who is mad and incorporeal.
  • Charon - the minor god who sails the ferry across the river Acheron.
  • Chimera - a legendary beast that is mostly lion but has an additional goat and snakes head.
  • Chios - a large Greek island of the coast of Anatolia, famous for its wine.
  • Chiton - a draped garment held on at the shoulders.
  • Circe - a forest nymph with powerful magics who has taken to living in a mansion at the centre of her wood.
  • City State - a polis.
  • Clipeus - a large circular shiled with a central metal point.
  • Clotho - the Moirai who spins the threads of life.
  • Cocytus, River - the shortest river in the underworld.
  • Coeus - the banished Titan god of wisdom.
  • The Coinless - souls of the dead without the money to pay Charon.
  • Corinth - a rich polis on the Isthmus of Corinth that controls much trade.
  • Cornucopia - a goat's horn overflowing
  • Cottus - one of the Hecatonshires, known as the striker.
  • Crete - the largest and most southerly of the Greek islands.
  • Crius - the exiled Titan god of Constellations.
  • Cronus - Titan god of order and authority, he was the previous King of the Gods. He is imprisoned in Tartarus.
  • Cuirass, Muscle - upper body armour shaped to the wearer.
  • The Custom of the Greeks - The ransoming back of the dead to the losing side for proper burial at home
  • Cyclopes, Elder - minor gods and craftsmen of the gods. They are named Brontes, Steropes and Agres.
  • Cyclops, Lesser - a primitive tribe of one-eyed giants.
  • Cyprus - a large island to the south of Anatolia.
  • Dacia - a land of barbarian tribes to the north west of Greece.
  • Deimos - the Olympic god of panic.
  • Delos - a floating island secured by four giant metal chains.
  • Demeter - Olympic goddess of teaching and agriculture.
  • Democracy - government where the decision makers are elected by the citizens.
  • Dido - former mortal Queen of and now Punic goddess of Carthage.
  • Dionysus - the Olympic god of wine and freedom.
  • Dionysus the Elder - the tyrant of Syracuse.
  • Djinn - Immortal creatures of fire, air and trickery.
  • Drachma - the standard silver coin, though each mint will stamp their own polis' mark on the coin.
  • Dragon, Ethiopian - an one hundred and eighty foot long serpent.
  • Dragon, Indian - a very large tree climbing serpent.
  • Delphi - seat of the Oracle of Delphi and Apollo's second most sacred temple.
  • Diogenes the Cynic - an anarchist who takes particular pleasure in tormenting Plato.
  • Dory - a spear of between two and three metres in length.
  • Echidna - the goddess of monsters and mother to many.
  • Eileithyia - a minor Olympic goddess of childbirth.
  • Elis - a second tier city on the Peloponnese that control Olympia.
  • Elusian Mysteries - initiation ceremonies into a cult of Demeter and Persephone based at Eleusis. The ceremonies are a carefully guarded secret that none speak of.
  • Elysian Fields - bountiful fields and orchards on the Isles of the Blessed.
  • Ekdromoi - a hoplite carrying lighter equipment who trained to chase skirmishers and act as messengers.
  • Egypt - a harsh and hot desert land to the south of Greece.
  • Enceladus - the largest of the gigantes, killed when Athena dropped the island of Milos on him.
  • Enyo - the goddess of bloodlust and violence.
  • Eos - a minor Titan goddess of the dawn.
  • Epaminondas - Elderly Thebian general and statesman.
  • Epirus - the western most region of the Greek mainland.
  • Ephesus - a town on the west coast of Anatolia which has built the largest temple to Artemis in Greece.
  • Erebus - the neutral part of the Underworld and a place of toil.
  • Eris - the primordial goddess of chaos and strife.
  • Eros - is the Olympic god of passion and obsession.
  • Eurybia - a minor goddess and mother of the constellations.
  • Euryleonis - A young spartan princess and recent victor in all three Olympic chariot races.
  • Eurypontids - the lesser Spartan royal line.
  • Falx - a single edged curved sword.
  • Faun - a mortal who is mostly human but has goat legs and horns.
  • Gaia - primordial goddess of the earth.
  • Galatea - a sculpture of Aphrodite by Pygmalion that was brought to life by the goddess of love.
  • Gastraphetes - a large crossbow shaped for bracing against the abdomen.
  • Gaul - a land of barbarians far to the west.
  • The Gigantes - a race of mortal giants who were killed when they challenged the Olympians.
  • The Gigantomachy - the war between the Gigantes and the Olympians.
  • Golden Fleece - a fleece of a golden winged ram that is a symbol of authority and kingship.
  • Gorgon - a woman cursed to have serpent form and snakes for hair.
  • The Graces - three minor sister goddess of charm: Aglaea, Euphrosyne and Aglaia.
  • Greece - A set of penisula formed around mountain ranges that is surrounded by small islands.
  • Griffin - a noble creature with the body of a lion with the wings and head of an eagle.
  • Gyges - one of the Hecatonchire, known as the vaulter.
  • Gymnasium - a public for athletics training and socialising.
  • Hades - Olympic god of funerals and the Underworld.
  • Harmonia - the Olympic goddess of peace.
  • Harpy - a mix of woman and vulture that hunts for sport.
  • Hebe - the Olympic goddess of pardons and forgiveness.
  • Hecate - the Olympic goddess of magic and edges.
  • Hecataeus - Young historian and philosopher who moves amongst a number of cities around the Black Sea.
  • Hecatonchires - the hundred-handed giants who guard Tartarus. They are named Briareus, Cottus and Gyges.
  • Hector of Troy - The Trojan prince and general who led the defence of Troy against the Greeks, he now resides on the Isles of the Blessed.
  • Helios - the god of the Sun.
  • Hellanodikai - the judges of the Olympic games who live in Elis.
  • Helots - a subjugated people who work as slaves for the Spartans.
  • Hephaestus - the Olympic god of smiths and fire.
  • Hera - the Olympic goddess of Oaths and Truth.
  • Herakles - a demigod son of Zeus who after a lifetime of hardship and heroism was elevated to full godhood.
  • Herbology - the use of plants and natural ingredients to brew potions.
  • Hermes - Olympic god of lies and heralds.
  • Hetairas - Prostitute priestesses in the service of Aphrodite in Corinth.
  • Hippalektyon - a flying creature that is the front half of a horse on the rear of a cockerel.
  • Hippia Tyranny - Hippias inherited rule over Athens from his father Peisistratus in 527 BCE but fled to Persia in 510 BCE after a rival family brought Spartan soldiers against him.
  • Hippocampus - a swimming creature that is the front half of a horse on the rear half of a fish.
  • Hippoi Anthanatoi - a herd of immortal horses ridden by the gods.
  • Hippocrates - a famous surgeon and healer.
  • Homer - the most famous of the ancient Greek writers. He wrote the Iliad and the Odyssey around 800 BCE.
  • Hoplite - a soldier armed with a large shield (a hoplon) and a long spear.
  • Hoplon - a large oval shield made of wood with leather coverings.
  • Hubris - excessive pride, becoming arrogance.
  • Hydra - a massive water serpent with nine heads.
  • Hyperion - the imprisoned Titan god of light.
  • Hypnos - the primordial god of sleep, who now slumbers.
  • Iapetus - the vanished Titan god of mortal death, now god of humanity.
  • The Iliad - the record of the fall of Troy, as told by Homer.
  • Iolaus - Crewmember of the ancient Argo and nephew of Herakles.
  • The Ionian Sea - the body of water to the west of Greece.
  • Isles of the Blessed - islands in the north of the Underworld and a blissful winterless paradise.
  • The Isthmian Games - a panhellenic games held in Isthmia in honour of Poseidon.
  • Jason - a hero famous for retrieving the golden fleece and for his betrayal of Medea.
  • Jason of Pherae - the current Tagus of Thessaly.
  • Judea - a large satrap of the Persian Empire that covers most of the Levant.
  • Judges of the Dead - The souls of three ancient kings who judge all those who enter the Underworld.
  • Knossos - the ancient capital of the Minoan empire on Crete and now a ruin.
  • Kopis - a single edged short sword for cutting and thrusting.
  • Kottabos - a drinking game of flicking wine at targets.
  • The Kraken - a vast and powerful sea creature, killed by Perseus.
  • Kykeon - a cheap gruel of barley and wine.
  • Labyrinth of Crete - a large maze beneath the city of Knossos, built to house the first minotaur.
  • Lachesis - the Moirai who measures the thread of life.
  • Larissa - the busiest city of Thessaly.
  • Laurium - the silver mines of Attica that are controlled by Athens
  • Leachaeum - the western port of Corinth.
  • League - an alliance of poleis.
  • Leucrocota - a creature with the body of a stag but with a lion's neck that hunts by mimicking language.
  • Lethe, River - a slow moving and meandering river in the Underworld.
  • Lesbos - an island of the coast of Anatolia famous for being the home of Sappho.
  • Lesche (pl. leschai) - free public shelters found in most city centres.
  • Leto - a minor Titan goddess who is the mother of Apollo and Artemis.
  • The Levant - the lands east of the eastern coastline of the Mediterranean.
  • Lysander - a spartan general and soldier of exceptional skill who was killed attacking the walls of Thebes.
  • Lysippus - A sculptor who heads a school of sculpture in Argos.
  • Macedon - a kingdom of barbarians who are copying Greek culture.
  • Mago III of Carthage - The recently-crowned King of Carthage.
  • Maia - the eldest of the Pleiades and mother of Hermes.
  • Makharia - a short sword with a single curved cutting edge.
  • Manticore - the body of a lion, the face of a man and the tail of a scorpion combine in this fearsome predator.
  • Mediterranean - the vast sea that forms the centre of the known world.
  • Medusa - a priestess turned into a gorgon for betraying her oaths to Athena.
  • Mesangylon - a spear with a throwing strap.
  • Messenia - the south west region of the Peloponnese.
  • Metis - a minor Titan goddess of skill and the mother of Athena.
  • The Minoan Empire - an empire that existed before even the stories told by Homer. It was felled by natural disasters.
  • Miletus - a major port city and the richest Greek city on Anatolia.
  • Milos - an island in the Aegean, under which the heat of the corpse of Enceladus fuels the volcano.
  • Minos - an ancient king and now a Judge of the Dead.
  • Minotaur - a massive bull-headed man.
  • Mnemosyne - the banished Titan goddess of language and memory.
  • Moirai, the fates - three primordial goddesses who weave the threads of a life.
  • Momus - chaotic god of blame and criticism.
  • Monarchy - government organised around a King who inherits the position.
  • Monoceratus - a species of bright white horse that has a long single horn.
  • Morpheus - the primordial god of dreams and sleep.
  • The Olympians - the gods that reside on Mount Olympus and the current ruling pantheon.
  • Mount Olympus - the highest mountain in Greece and the home of the Olympians.
  • Myrmidons - a band of warriors founded by Achilles.
  • King Nectanebo - the current King of Egypt.
  • Nemesis - the chaotic goddess of retribution and instrument of the god's justice.
  • Nicomachu - an artist who boasts to be the fastest painter in Greece.
  • The Nine Muses - nine sisters in the court of Apollo, who are the goddess of artistic inspiration.
  • The Nemean Games - a panhellenic games held in honour of Herakles at Nemea.
  • Nymph - a minor diety of local natural places.
  • Nyx - the primordial goddess of the night.
  • Oath - a solemn vow to complete a task in a god's name.
  • Oceanus - once the Titan god of the sea, now lives in exile as god of the Atlantic ocean.
  • Odysseus - King of Ithaca, reputedly the most cunning Greek who ever lived.
  • The Odyssey - the record of the return home of Odysseus from Troy to Ithaca.
  • Oligarchy - government by a council of powerful statesmen, often self-selecting.
  • Olympia - the site of the largest temple to Zeus and the Olympic games.
  • The Olympic Games - an athletic festival held in honour of Zeus.
  • Olynthus - a city on the north of Greece and leader of the Chalkidiki league.
  • Omen - a message from the gods discerned from the environment.
  • Ophis Pteretos - flying vipers.
  • Oracle - a person cursed with the gift of being able to read fate to deliver prophecy.
  • Oracle of Delphi - considered the most accurate Oracle and under the protection of Apollo.
  • Orion - a mortal giant who fell in love with Artemis.
  • Orpheus - a famous poet and singer in ancient times who tried to rescue his wife from the Underworld.
  • Mount Othrys - the site of the prison of Prometheus.
  • Oxybeles - a large crossbow with a stand and trigger.
  • Pan - the primordial god of the forest and more recently shepherds.
  • Pankration - a Greek unarmed martial art.
  • The Panhellenic Games - a sequence of four games, each held on a different year in a four year cycle. The games are the Olympic, the Nemean, the Phythian and the Isthmian.
  • Paris - the last Prince of Troy and the mortal cursed to start the Trojan war.
  • The Parthenon - the largest temple to Athena in the world, in the Athenian acropolis.
  • Parrhasius - A painter in Athens and a rival of Zeuxis
  • Pegasus, Ethiopian - an unintelligent winged horse with a small single horn.
  • Pella - capital of Macedon
  • Peloponnesian War of 404BCE - The war in which Sparta claimed hegemony over Greece.
  • Peltast - a skirmisher armed with javelins and carrying a wicker pelte shield.
  • Peltarion - a lightwieght crescent shaped wicker shield.
  • Pelopidas - general of Thebes and commander of the Sacred Band.
  • The Peloponnese - the large that forms the southern Greek mainland.
  • Perioikoi - the free people who live within the Spartan polis but are not citizens.
  • Perses - a minor god of destruction.
  • Perseus - the first of the ancient demigod heroes and a son of Zeus.
  • Persephone - Olympic goddess of flowers and springtime.
  • Persia - a vast and powerful empire to the east of Greece.
  • Phalanx - a rectangular formation of soldiers that all face the same direction.
  • Phlegethon, River - river of hot sulfurous water in the underworld.
  • Phobos - the Olympic god of fear.
  • Phoebe - the imprisoned Titan goddess of Prophecy.
  • The Phoenicians - the founders of Carthage who came from east of the Levant in ancient times.
  • Phoenix - A red and gold feathered bird which emits rays of sunlight from its body and strange fire from its eyes.
  • Plato - a philosopher in Athens who has a lot to say about nearly everything.
  • Pleiades - the seven daughters of Atlas and the sea-nymph Pleione are part of Artemis' court.
  • Port of Piraeus - the port of Athens, that is connected to the city by a network of walls.
  • Portents - signs of the mood of the gods in the environment.
  • Poseidon - Olympic god of horses and the sea.
  • Polis - a city and the surrounding lands loyal to it. The plural is Poleis
  • Praxiteles - An Athenian sculptor in his middle years who is renowned for his skill in marble.
  • Prometheus - a minor Titan who sided with the Olympians but whose constant defiance of Zeus has earned him eternal torture.
  • Protogenes an artist in Rhodes how specialises in fine brush control.
  • Psiloi - a skirmisher without a shield, using bows and slings.
  • Punic - the current culture of Carthage, derived from founding phoenician culture.
  • Psyche - a heroine who endured great trials fighting for her love. Now lives on Olympus as the goddess of willpower.
  • Pteruges - a skirt made of leather or cloth straps.
  • The Pyhthian Games - a panhellenic games held in honour of Apollo at Delphi
  • Pygmalion - a sculpture who was famous for his beautiful carvings of women.
  • Python - a serpent dragon killed by Apollo.
  • Rebirth - a soul is reborn into a new body with no memory of its past life.
  • Rhadamanthys - an ancient king and now a Judge of the Dead.
  • Rhea - the imprisoned Titan goddess of motherhood.
  • Rhodes - an island polis mand up of seven cities.
  • Rome - a upstart city of little importance to the west of Greece.
  • Ripsaspis - one who threw his shield.
  • The Sahara Desert - a vast and sun burnt place of rock with nothing to the south of it. It is southern boundary of known world.
  • the Sacred Band of Thebes - 150 pairs of male lovers who form the elite core of the Thebian army.
  • Sarissa - a spear between four and seven metres in length.
  • Satrap - a division of the Persian Empire.
  • Satyr - A male minor diety, half man, half horse.
  • Selene - the goddess of the moon.
  • Semele - a thebian princess and the second mother of Dionysus.
  • Shade - a soul that has returned to the mortal world whilst it wait for entry into the underworld.
  • Sheep, Golden - a sheep that has gold thread amongst its wool.
  • Sicily - a great island to the west of Italy.
  • Siren - a transformed water nymph that hunts using her luring song.
  • Siwa - a temple complex in north Egypt housing an oracle sponsored by Zeus.
  • Skeleton - the animated remains of the dead.
  • Skirmisher - a solider who stays away from his enemy, attacking at range.
  • Socrates - was Athens most famous thinker until he was executed for treason.
  • Sophist - a teacher specialising in using philosophy and rhetoric.
  • Sparta - a small polis in the Peloponnese famed for it martial ability.
  • Sphinx - a cunning creature with the head of a woman and wings of an eagle on a lion's body.
  • Spolas - thick cloth or leather armour, covering most of the body.
  • Steropes - an elder cyclops and known as the lightening.
  • The Strange Tribes - the collective name for the tribes of oddly shaped humans that exist on the edges of the known world.
  • Stymphalian Bird - a meat eating heron.
  • Styx, River - a river of the underworld that is opaque with silt.
  • Symposia - a Greek dinner party govern by complex etiquette.
  • Syracuse - the largest Greek polis in Sicily.
  • Tagus of Thessaly - a high magistrate elected to lead Thessaly in times of great need.
  • Tanit - Punic goddess of the moon, war and mothers.
  • Tartarus - the darkest and deepest part of the Underworld, where those judged evil are punished.
  • Tethys - the exiled Titan goddess of the clouds.
  • Tenea - a smaller city in the Corinthian polis that was founded by Trojan prisoners of war.
  • Thanatos - a minor god who works for Hades as a guide.
  • River Tigris - this river is the furthest east that any Greek has been.
  • Titanomachy - the war between the Titans and the Olympians.
  • Titans - the previous ruling court of gods, now imprisoned or exiled.
  • Thasos - a Greek island in the northern Aegean Sea.
  • Thebes - a polis in Boeotia that claims the most territory of any single city-state.
  • Theia - the imprisoned Titan goddess of secrets and shadows.
  • Themis - the imprisoned Titan goddess of justice.
  • Theseus - an Athenian hero who killed the minotaur.
  • Thessaly - a monarchy that governs over several small cities in northern Greece.
  • Thorax - short sleeved upper body armour.
  • Thrace - a land to the north and east of Greece, bordering Anatolia.
  • Thureos - a large oval shield made of leather.
  • Thyrsus - a fennel staff topped with a pine cone.
  • Trireme - a ship with 3 rows of oars.
  • Triton, Tanagran - a human like creature that has the lower half of a fish.
  • Troilus of Elis - Notorious equestrian athlete.
  • Trojan War - a decade long war between Troy and Greece over trade routes and princesses.
  • Troy - a city on coast of Anatolia, site of a decade long siege.
  • Tyranny - government by the rule of one man alone without council or advice.
  • Typhon - the god of monsters and father to many.
  • Tyre - a city on a small island just off the coast of the Levant.
  • Uranus - the castrated first King of the Gods who now holds no realms but was once God of the Sky.
  • The Underworld - the final resting place of the souls of the dead.
  • Worm, Indus - a 12 foot long carnivorous river worm.
  • Xenophon - Older Athenian mercenary soldier turned philosopher.
  • Xerxes the Great - King of Persia until his murder in 465 BCE, he led the first failed Persian invasion of Greece in 480 BCE.
  • Xiphos - a straight double edged short sword.
  • Xyston - a cavalry spear up to four metres in length.
  • Yale - an animal part-way between bull and antelope with prehensile horns.
  • Zeus - Olympic god the sky and current King of the Gods.
  • Zeuxis - A painter in Athens and a rival of Parrhasius.
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