Medea was known as a sorceress who used her magic to fight a monster called Talos during Jason’s quest to obtain the Golden Fleece.
Greco-Roman Mythology refers to the extensive stories about ancient Greek and Roman gods, goddesses, heroes and mythical creatures. Read articles about Greco-Roman Mythology below.
Voodoo dolls (or kolossoi as the Greeks called them) were also quite popular in the Greco-Roman world.
Circe, the daughter of the Sun, one of the Titans, is a beautiful seductress similar to Calypso.
During antiquity, there was a widespread belief in magic. Rome went so far as to outlaw harmful magic. So, did curse tablets and voodoo dolls actually work?
In the Greco-Roman world, curse tablets are small, thin sheets, intended to influence the actions or the welfare of persons or animals against their will.