LEONIDAS I OF SPARTA (HERO - KING)
Famous King of Sparta who led his army of 300 men into the narrow passage of Thermopylae to fight off the invading Persian army.
Titan who holds up the sky and heavens for eternity, as a punishment from Zeus as the aftermath of the Titan War.
Titan who is shown wielding a sickle, devoured his own children to protect his Titan realm of power
God-protector and healer, Apollo is recognized as a God of healing, protecting, music, dance, archery and prophecy.
God of war and courage. Embodies the valor and bloodlust necessary for success in war and battle.
Goddess of hunt, wilderness, nature, wild animals. Surrounded by her loyal followers.
Goddess of warfare and wisdom. Symbolized with the owl of wisdom, Athena lends its name to the city of Athens.
Hades wakes over the underworld and purgatory of afterlife as king and God of death.
Sun-God, riding his chariot in the sky. God of sight and guardian of oaths.
Wielding his hammer, Hephaistos is the God of forge, craftmanship, sculpting, volcanoes and fire.
Hermes is messenger God, connecting and sending all divine messages, aided by his winged sandals.
God of the sea, storms and earthquakes. He wreaks havoc wielding his iconic trident
King of all Gods, ruler over Mount Olympus, God of the Sky. Zeus is often depicted wielding lightning from his thunderbolts
Trojan War Hero, center of Homer's 'Iliad' as the greatest of all warriors. Achilles was eventually struck down by taking an arrow in his heel.
ALEXANDER THE GREAT (HERO - KING)
King of Macedon, Alexander led a military campaign through Western Asia. His military successes remain a subject of study to this day.
Herakles is famous for completing 12 intensive labors by means of strength and wisdom, defeating legendary beasts such as the Nemean Lion and Cretan Bull.
Known for the embodiment of strength, Kratos compelled Hephaistos to bound the titan Prometheus to a rock.
Legendary as King of Ithaca and Hero of Homer's "Odyssey". Odysseus was a central figure in the Trojan War.
The Gorgon Slayer, Perseys was a known monster slayer and defeated Medusa, a Gorgon who grew snakes out of her hair.
Theseus, mythical king and founder-hero of Athens is best known for his slaying of the Minotaur on Crete, a mythical monster that was half bull and half human.
MOLON LABE (THEME)
Molon Labe - "Come and take them", infamous words of King Leonidas I of Sparta at Thermopylae when asked by the Persians to give up their arms.
CLASSIC PHYSIQUE AND GOLDEN ERA (THEME)
Tribute to Ancient Warriors who crafted their minds and physiques for athletic, military and aesthetic purposes.