Momus

Momus

Momus

Momus was the god of satire, mockery, and poets in Greek mythology; as well as a spirit of evil-spirited blame and unfair criticism. His name meaned 'blame' or 'censure' and he was depicted as lifting a mask from his face. He was the son of the Titan goddess Nyx (night). He constantly mocked the Olympians, and because of this, he was exiled from Mount Olympus.

See Also: Nyx

Momus Q&A

Who was Momus?

Momus was the god of satire, mockery, and poets in Greek mythology. as well as a spirit of evil-spirited blame and unfair criticism.

Who were the parents of Momus?

The parent of Momus was Nyx.

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