History TropeNamers / ClassicalMythology

8th Jul '17 12:50:45 PM VampireBuddha
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** {{Icarus Allusion}}: Icarus got over-eager on his ability to fly and flew too close to the sun, melting the wax in his wings and causing him to plunge to his death.
4th Nov '16 4:02:31 PM AHI-3000
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* '''Titans and Protogenoi'''

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* '''Titans '''Primordials and Protogenoi'''
Titans'''



* '''Gods'''

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* '''Gods'''
'''Olympians'''





















* '''It is also the TropeNamer for the Ages of Man'''

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* '''It is also the TropeNamer Trope Namer for the Ages of Man'''



** It stands to reason that these were also named by Myth/ClassicalMythology.

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** It stands to reason that these were also named by Myth/ClassicalMythology.Classical Mythology.


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7th Feb '16 2:47:40 PM nombretomado
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*** TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation

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*** TheGoldenAgeOfAnimationUsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation
2nd Nov '15 1:18:55 PM StFan
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*** TheGoldenAge

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*** TheGoldenAgeComicBook/TheGoldenAge



*** TheGoldenAgeOfVideoGames

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*** TheGoldenAgeOfVideoGamesUsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfVideoGames
14th Sep '15 4:07:48 PM KaiYves
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** HadesShaded: Hades when he's darkened.

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** HadesShaded: Hades when he's darkened.darkened, or when people tan while in his realm.
3rd May '15 7:03:39 PM nombretomado
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Being OlderThanFeudalism, ClassicalMythology is a prolific TropeNamer. It is the biggest TropeNamer on this site. It is one of only two works on this site to have [[TropeNamer named over 50 Tropes]] (the other one being Literature/TheBible).

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Being OlderThanFeudalism, ClassicalMythology Myth/ClassicalMythology is a prolific TropeNamer. It is the biggest TropeNamer on this site. It is one of only two works on this site to have [[TropeNamer named over 50 Tropes]] (the other one being Literature/TheBible).



** FaunsAndSatyrs: Creatures from ClassicalMythology.

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** FaunsAndSatyrs: Creatures from ClassicalMythology.Myth/ClassicalMythology.



** SirensAreMermaids: Sort of. Sirens are from ClassicalMythology.

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** SirensAreMermaids: Sort of. Sirens are from ClassicalMythology.Myth/ClassicalMythology.



** WesternZodiac: The constellations are based on or in some cases named by characters from ClassicalMythology. Mostly monsters.

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** WesternZodiac: The constellations are based on or in some cases named by characters from ClassicalMythology.Myth/ClassicalMythology. Mostly monsters.



** AmazonBrigade: Sort of. An Amazon is a member of the tribe of Warrior Women in ClassicalMythology.

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** AmazonBrigade: Sort of. An Amazon is a member of the tribe of Warrior Women in ClassicalMythology.Myth/ClassicalMythology.



** It stands to reason that these were also named by ClassicalMythology.

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** It stands to reason that these were also named by ClassicalMythology.Myth/ClassicalMythology.
16th Mar '15 9:08:20 PM jormis29
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** AppleOfDiscord: The Apple of Discord that caused the TrojanWar.

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** AppleOfDiscord: The Apple of Discord that caused the TrojanWar.UsefulNotes/TheTrojanWar.
2nd Dec '14 10:38:32 PM SuddenFrost
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** AllAmazonsWantHercules: Named by Hercules. The Amazon queen Hyppolita, who was a strong indipendent woman, fell in love with Hercules.

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** AllAmazonsWantHercules: Named by Hercules. The Amazon queen Hyppolita, Hippolyta, who was a strong indipendent independent woman, fell in love with Hercules.



** LauncherOfAThousandShips: Helen of Troy is the TropeNamer. So beautiful that almost every prince in Greece wanted to marry her. Her father, who was afraid of upsetting them, was advised by Odysseus, to make them take an oath that they'd protect her should anything happen to her. Then Paris came along and eloped with her. And suddenly a 1000 Greek ships were setting off for Troy.

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** LauncherOfAThousandShips: Helen of Troy is the TropeNamer. indirect TropeNamer (since the trope itself has a PunnyName.) So beautiful that almost every prince in Greece wanted to marry her. Her father, who was afraid of upsetting them, was advised by Odysseus, to make them take an oath that they'd protect her should anything happen to her. Then Paris came along and eloped with her. And suddenly a 1000 Greek ships were setting off for Troy.



** LotusEaterMachine: A hallucination-creating machine, named for the machine in Literature/TheOdyssey.

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** LotusEaterMachine: A hallucination-creating machine, named for the machine island of the lotus-eaters in Literature/TheOdyssey.



** TheseusShipParadox: If a ship slowly has all of it's parts replaced is it the same ship? The actual philosophy questions whether the "real ship" should be Ship A with all the original components, or Ship B with the entire history of the ship. A metaphor for human growth or something. Theseus was the guy that killed the Minotaur.

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** TheseusShipParadox: If a ship slowly has all of it's its parts replaced is it the same ship? The actual philosophy questions whether the "real ship" should be Ship A with all the original components, or Ship B with the entire history of the ship. A metaphor for human growth or something. Theseus was the guy that killed the Minotaur.
21st Sep '14 5:59:59 PM Prfnoff
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*** TheGoldenAgeOfHollywood

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*** TheGoldenAgeOfHollywoodUsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfHollywood
19th Sep '14 12:16:02 PM CatAna
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** TheseusShipParadox

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** TheseusShipParadox
TheseusShipParadox: If a ship slowly has all of it's parts replaced is it the same ship? The actual philosophy questions whether the "real ship" should be Ship A with all the original components, or Ship B with the entire history of the ship. A metaphor for human growth or something. Theseus was the guy that killed the Minotaur.
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