God of the sea, earthquakes, and horses, Poseidon is one of the most iconic Olympians.
In this episode, host Tristan Hughes is joined by Seth Pevnick, Curator of Greek and Roman art. Together, they untangle the various myths that describe Poseidon, his children, most notably Theseus and Polyphemus, as well as how the people of Ancient Greece used him to make sense of the world around them.
Senior Producer was Elena Guthrie
Script was written by Andrew Hulse
Voice over was performed by Lucy Davidson
Assistant Producer was Annie Coloe
Editor was Aidan Lonergan
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