These mythological artifacts and weapons have inspired not only the magical objects found in modern fantasy, but also the myths and legends of ancient religions.
The Thunderbolt, a powerful weapon in Greek mythology, was a significant tool in Zeus’ rise to power.
As the god of the sea and second most powerful deity in the Greek pantheon, Poseidon was often depicted carrying his legendary trident.
The Bident of Hades, sometimes referred to as Hades’s Pitchfork, while not as well-known as Poseidon’s Trident.
In Greek mythology, the Aegis is made of polished brass and is also known as a mirror or brass.
The story of Medusa and her infamous head, with hair made of snakes, is a well-known myth that has been reinterpreted throughout history.
Hermes was granted the title of messenger of the gods by Zeus along with the Caduceus.
The god of archery, was often depicted carrying a golden bow and a quiver of silver arrows.
Cronus, the son of Gaia and Uranus, overthrew his own father and became the ruler of the Greek gods with the help of a powerful scythe gifted to him by Gaia.
Eros was a Greek god of love and sexuality, often depicted as a mischievous and playful young boy with wings.
Due to his immense strength, the bow was wound up so powerfully that only a select few were strong enough to shoot arrows with it.