Mount Olympus - In the Greek myths, this was the home of the gods, a realm that mortals could never reach.
Ancient Greece - At this time Greece was not a unified country, but rather made up of many kingdoms ruled by individual kings.
The Underworld - In the Greek myths, this was the place where mortals went when they died. It was a dreary place, ruled over by the god Hades, where souls remained forever in a monotonous existence.
Ambrosia - In the Greek myths, this was the food of the gods. It granted immortality to those who ate it.
Troy - This was a city in modern Turkey, on the coast near the Hellespont (what is now called the Dardanelles).
Midgard - In the Norse myths, this was the realm of men and the mortal world.
Asgard - In the Norse myths, this was the...
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