In the Greek myths, this was the home of the gods, a realm that mortals could never reach.
At this time Greece was not a unified country, but rather made up of many kingdoms ruled by individual kings.
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.
In the Greek myths, this was the food of the gods. It granted immortality to those who ate it.
This was a city in modern Turkey, on the coast near the Hellespont (what is now called the Dardanelles).
In the Norse myths, this was the realm of men and the mortal world.
In the Norse myths, this was the realm...
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