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Deucalion

The Great Flood of Deucalion, the Greek Equivalent of Noah’s Story

Deucalion, who, in Greek legend, constructed an ark to save himself and his wife when Zeus, the king of the gods, resolved to destroy all humanity by a Great Flood, is the mythical counterpart of Noah. Deucalion was the son...

Is the Biblical Noah Mentioned in Greek Mythology?

The connection between the Bible's story of Noah and Greek mythology is usually discussed in the context of the legend of the Flood of Deucalion. That was a flood which Zeus sent to wipe out humanity, apart from a...

Is the Boat Found on Mount Ararat Noah’s Ark?

When a giant boat was apparently discovered about 2000 meters above sea level on Mount Ararat in 1959, speculation began to arise over whether this could be Noah's Ark. The Biblical account of Noah's Ark famously tells of God sending...

Could a Global Flood Destroy Humanity?

All around the world, there are ancient records of a global flood that wiped out humanity early in human history. The most famous version of this is the account of Noah's Flood from the Bible, but there is also...