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Tag Archives: Greek
Emily’s story features a brave heroine… The Deadly Angel Chapter 1: The plague Long, long ago in Ancient Greece there was a beautiful princess called Indigo. Unfortunately for her, a foul beast had spread a plague, and was killing everyone. … Continue reading
Another highly entertaining story with some great archaic language. Lotheeno And The Hondrah Long ago when Greece was ruled by gods and goddesses, Sparta was cursed by the dreaded Hondrah. Legend says that the Hondrah had always wanted to rule … Continue reading
Kate’s myth involves a brave hero, a mean man and a very nasty beast. The mystical monster Long,long ago there lived a very fair king who went by the name of Dareous, who lived a very happy live indeed until … Continue reading
A nasty beast has been upsetting the good people of Greece. But does our hero leave some unfinished business at the end? Is a sequel on the way? Fast Flame And The Beasts There was once a person called … Continue reading
AS have been writing myths this week and we will be publishing many of them. Our first myth was written by Tallulah and follows the Greek tradition. I particularly like the over – protective mother of the heroine. Read on … Continue reading