i think there’s something timeless about Greek myth and the golden age of the Greek city states generally. As there’s a lot of myth from various sources, i’ve just looked at Greek Olympians
Hera was goddess of the hearth and marriage. Often depicted with a pomegranate as a symbol of fertile blood and death. The lion and peacock where sacred to her. Daughter of Chronus and Rhea, one of three sisters of Zeus. Festivals where held in her honour and flames kept lit in Greek city states
Dionysius was the god of revellry, wine, the arts, fertility. He is the only one of the Olympians to have mortal mother. Is seen as an outsider or foreigner “the god that arrives”there where diverse greek cults associated with him
Artemis was the goddess of the harvest of the wild, virginity and child birth. She is usually depicted in a forest with an bow and arrow, in consort with forest nymphs. The deer and cypress where sacred to her
There are twelve olympians, only three depicted here. There is an actual mount Olympus roughly in central greece which can be climbed and is reasonbly high. It is a testemant to this line of enquiry that Hilda Doolittle and numerous modern poets refer. There revenance seems to me to increase with three millenia. The above is very scant information.
Artemis Mount Olympus Dionysius