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Greek name Description Chaos Primeval Goddess of air, Chaos is believed to be one of the first beings to exist in the

universe. Chaos is not really depicted as having a personality or physical form.[1] Chaos is the lower atmosphere which surrounded the earth. H er name Khaos means the gap, or the space between heaven and Earth.[2] Mother or Grandmother of Nyx (night), Erebus (Darkness), Aither (Light), and Hemera (day) . Erebus God of darkness. Son of Chaos. Husband of Nyx. Gaia Goddess of the Earth (Mother Earth), mother of Kronos, grandmother of Ze us, Hades, Poseidon, etc. Nyx Goddess of night Daughter of Chaos. Wife of Erebus and mother of Hemera (day). Goddess of Hellhounds. Tartarus The darkest pit in the world at the edge of the world. Ouranos (Father Sky) and father of the Titans. Roman name Uranus. Thesis Primordial God/Goddess of Creation. Thesis is sometimes thought to be a child of Chaos. Thesis is thought to have emerged with Hydros before Gaia. Phanes Primeval God of procreation and is referred as the primal generator of l ife. Phanes is Nyx's father and was the ruler of the universe before her. The Anemois Primeval Gods of winds. Boreas (north), Kaikias (NE), Apeliotes (E), Euros (SE), Notos (S), Lips (SW), Zephyrus (W) and Skirion (NW)p ===== See also Titan (mythology). The original twelve Titans: Koios - also spelled Coeus. God of intelligence, heavenly prophecy and the axis. Kreios - also spelled Crius. God of leadership, domesticated animals and the con stellations. Kronos - also spelled Cronus. God of time. King of the Titans. Roman name Saturn . Hyperion - God of light. Iapetos - God of mortal lifespan. Mnemosyne - Goddess of memory, the inventiveness of words and language. Oceanus - God of salt water. Phoebe - Goddess of the Oracle of Delphi and intellect. Rhea - Goddess of fertility, the female body, and later, nature. Mother of Zeus, Hera, Hestia, Hades, Poseidon and Demeter. Tethys - Goddess of Subterranean forces of fresh water and patron goddess of nur sing mothers and the young. Theia - Goddess of sight, gold, silver, and gems. Themis - Goddess of divine law and order. Other Titans: Atlas - God of astronomy. Holds the sky from the earth as his punishment. Epimetheus - God of afterthought and excuses. Menoitios - God of violent anger, rash reactions and human morality. Prometheus - God of forethought and crafty counsel. Gave humanity the gift of Fi re. Asteria - mother of Hecate Perses - father of Hecate Asterious - father of the Anemoi Dione - goddess of the oracle Dodonna ============== English name Roman name Description (Aphrodite) Aphrodite Venus Goddess of love and beauty. She was marr ied to Hephaestus. Ares is her lover and she loves him as well. Eros is her son. (Apollon) Apollo Apollo God of the Sun, music, archery, poetry, healing, and prophecy. He is Artemis' twin brother, and Son to Zeus. (Ares) Ares Mars God of war, murder and bloodshed. Brother to Hephaestus, and is the lover of Aphrodite and son of Zeus. (Artemis) Artemis Diana Goddess of the hunt, wilderness, wild animals,es pecially deer and fawns, night, and the moon. Apollo is her twin brother. Artemi s is an eternal maiden goddess and is also protector of maidens. She has no chil

dren and sworn to being a virgin. (Athena) Athena Minerva Goddess of wisdom, weaving, the arts, warfare an d reason. She is the daughter of Zeus. (Demetra) Demeter Ceres/Saturn Goddess of fertility, grain and harvest. Demeter is a sister of Zeus. Her daughter is Persephone, Hades' forced wife. (Dionysus) Dionysus Bacchus God of wine, parties/festivals, madness and merriment. He is a son of Zeus. (Hades) Hades Pluto God of the Underworld. Brother of Poseidon and Zeus. (Hephaistos) Hephaestus Vulcan God of fire and the forge. The "ugly" so n of Hera and Zeus is his father in some accounts. Married to Aphrodite, but she does not love him because he is deformed and as a result is cheating on him wit h Ares. (Hera) Hera Juno Goddess of marriage, women and childbirth. Zeus' wife an d sister. (Hermes) Hermes Mercury God of flight, thieves, commerce and travellers, Jack of all trades. Master of none. Messenger of the gods. Zeus's son by Titann ess. Poseidon Poseidon Neptune God of the sea, . A few of his sons are Polyphemus, Pegasus and Triton, the Cyclops and the Horse(land creature)for reas ons of Athena. His weapon is a trident by which he can stir up the seas and summ on any creature that lives in the sea of his choice to aid him in battle. (Zeus) Zeus Jupiter The father of all fathers, the wisdom and light. The kin g of the gods after killing his father, Kronos, who ate Zeus's siblings but thei r mother managed to save baby Zeus. When Zeus grew up, he fed Kronos a mixture o f wine and mustard to make him vomit his immortal siblings who had grown up in K ronos's stomach. Zeus is the ruler of Mount Olympus and the god of the sky, thun der and lightning. Though he is married more than once, his real queen is Hera. Zeus is the father of Hermes, Hephaestus, Hercules, Dionysus, Athena, Ares, Apol lo, Artemis and Persephone. =========================== Hestia - goddess of the hearth, fireside, family, and home. Was one of the Olym pians until she gave up her throne for Dionysus and occupies the fire on Olympus . Minor Gods ============== Minor Gods Eos - goddess of dawn and sister of Selene and Helios Helios - god of the sun and brother of Selene and Eos Selene - goddess of the moon and sister of Helios and Eos Ariadne - goddess of passion and mazes (was a mortal princess engaged to Theseus , but was abandoned. Married the god Dionysus and was made immortal.) Aeolus - god of winds (mortal at birth, but became immortal) Asclepius - god of medicine. Bia - goddess of force. Cratos - god of strength and power. Deimos - personification of terror; brother of Phobos. Eris - goddess of discord. Eros - god of love Psyche goddess of compassion Geras - god of old age. Ganymede cupbearer of the Olympians. Harmonia - goddess of harmony. Hebe - goddess of youth. Hecate - goddess of magic, witchcraft, necromancy and crossroads. Hypnos - god of sleep. Janus - god of doors, gates and choices Khione - goddess of snow (her father is Boreas, the god of the north wind). Leto - mother of Artemis and Apollo. Metis - mother of Athena Enyo - goddesses of war and peacekeeping

Eileithyia - goddesses of childbirth Momus- god of blame. Moros - god of Doom. Nemesis - goddess of balance, consequences and revenge. Nike - goddess of victory. Persephone - goddess of spring and flowers and wife of Hades, hence queen of the Underworld. Phobos - god of phobias and fear in general; brother of Deimos. Thanatos- god of peaceful death. The Erinyes - otherwise known as The Furies. Goddesses of revenge, commanded by Hades. The Horae - actually two groups of separate goddesses worshipped in different pe riods: the first three were goddesses of the seasons, the second generation were goddesses of law, justice and order. Tyche - goddess of luck, destiny and fortune. Zelus - god of dedication. The Moirae: Klotho, Lachesis and Atropos - controllers of life and destiny. The Muses - representatives of the arts, sciences and songs. The Oneiroi: Morpheus, Phobetor and Phantasos - personifications of dreams and s ons of Hypnos. Pan - god of the Wild. Iris (goddess) - goddess of the rainbow and a messenger for the gods Triton - god of ships, prince of Atlantis Paean - doctor of the gods. The Keres- goddesses of violent Death. The Charites - goddesses of charm, beauty, human creativity, and fertility. Pallas - god of warfare Melinoe - goddess of ghosts. Morpheus- god of dreams, Works for the Titans. ================