WikiFur:This week's featured article/Week 2, 2008

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Diana transforming the hunter Actaeon into a deer

Greek mythology encompasses the beliefs and rituals of Classical Greece. It was followed for over three thousand years until the establishment of Christianity and Islam. Unlike many ancient religions, most of Greek mythology came from the telling of stories by the ancient Greeks, concerning their gods and heroes, the nature of the world and their own cult and ritual practices.

Greek mythology has no end of stories and characters that appeal to furries, from human/animal hybrids, to stories of transformations. Some furry spiritualists consider this to be one of the earliest forms of furry. Examples include minotaurs, centaurs, satyrs, fauns, dragons and chimeras, including the Sphinx. (more...)