Ancient Greek literature is a treasure trove of allegories, epic poems, and myths that have captivated readers worldwide. This lecture will examine Greek mythology, its origins, purpose, and influence on Greek culture. We will explore some of the most fascinating myths from antiquity. We will examine the stories of Theseus and Ariadne, Heracles and his heroic deeds, Pandora's Box, and Prometheus, among others. In addition to familiarization through instruction and visuals, we will discuss these stories' importance to modern literature and their influence on popular culture. Space is limited.