Part V-Myths Divinities of the World Greek God and Goddesses

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Part V-Myths Divinities of the World Greek God and Goddesses

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The Titans were the deities in Greek mythology that preceded the Olympians. They were the children of the primordial deities Uranus (heaven) and Gaea (earth). The Titans included Oceanus, Tethys, Hyperion, Theia, Coeus, Phoebe, Cronus, Rhea, Mnemosyne, Themis, Crius and Iapetus.


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Cronus learned from Gaia and Uranus that he was destined to be overcome by his own sons, just as he had overthrown his father. after he knew that prophecy he swallowed all of his children.

KRONOS (Cronus)

OKEANOS (Oceanus)

the primordial Titan god of the great, earth-encircling River Okeanos, font of all of the earth's fresh-water - rivers, wells, springs and rain-clouds. He was also the god who regulated the heavenly bodies which rose from and set into his waters

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Tethys was the Titan goddess of the primal font of fresh water which nourishes the earth. She was the wife of Okeanos (Oceanus), the earth-encircling, fresh-water stream, and the mother of the Potamoi (Rivers),



He represented light, wisdom and watchfulness. "watcher from above" or "he who goes above" from the greek words hyper and iôn.


Tethys Goddess of the Sea Reproduction Mosaic

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also called Euryphaessa "wide-shining", is the Titaness of sight and by extension the goddess who endowed gold, silver and gems with their brilliance and intrinsic value.

THEIA (thea)


was one of the most famous Titans, the son of Iapetus and the Oceanid Asia (or, possibly, Clymene). He was the leader of the Titan rebellion against Zeus, and he got a fitting punishment after the end of the Titanomachy: he was condemned to eternally hold up the sky. Only once, and for a very brief period, he was bereaved of this burden by Heracles. Perseus, probably using Medusa’s head, turned him into the stony Atlas Mountains.

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PHOIBE (Phoebe) was the Titan goddess of the bright intellect. Phoibe was the third goddess to hold the great oracle of Delphoi (Delphi) which she in turn bestowed upon her grandson Apollon. Her name was derived from the Greek words phoibos "bright" or "radiant", phoibazô "to prophesy" and phoibaô "to purify".

PHOIBE (Phoebe)

RHEIA (Rhea)

Rhea is the Titan goddess of fertility, motherhood, comfort, and ease. She was the sister-wife of the Titan King Kronos and mother of the six Elder Olympian gods (Hestia, Demeter, Hera, and the Big Three).

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was the Titan goddess of memory and remembrance and the inventress of language and words. As a Titan daughter of Ouranos (Uranus, Heaven), Mnemosyne was also a goddess of time.



was the Titan goddess of divine law and order--the traditional rules of conduct first established by the gods. She was also a prophetic goddess who presided over the most ancient oracles. In this role, she was the divine voice (themistes) who first instructed mankind in the primal laws of justice and morality

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one of the Titans, the supreme trickster, and a god of fire. His intellectual side was emphasized by the apparent meaning of his name, Fore-thinker


IAPETUS (Iapetus)

Iapetos "the piercer" was probably also the Titan god symbolising mortality and the mortal life-span as his sons Prometheus and Epimetheus were the creators of mankind and all other mortal creatures.

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The Olympians were a race of deities, primarily consisting of a third and fourth generation of immortal beings, worshipped as the principal gods of the Greek pantheon and so named because of their residency atop Mount Olympus.


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Mount Olympus is the mythical home of the gods in Greek mythology. According to authors, the mountain was created after the Titanomachy, the epic battle between the young gods, the Olympians and the older gods, the Titans. As a result of this battle, the Olympian victors created their new majestic home – Mount Olympus. It was shrouded from human eyes by clouds which constantly obscured its peaks. In Greece, you will also find a Mount Olympus, the tallest mountain in the country.


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Zeus (Roman name: Jupiter)

The most powerful of all, Zeus was god of the sky and the king of Olympus. His symbols include the oak and the thunderbolt.

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 Hera (Roman name: Juno)

Hera was goddess of marriage and the queen of Olympus. She was Zeus's wife and sister; many myths tell of how she sought revenge when Zeus betrayed her with his lovers. Her symbols include the peacock and the cow.

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 Poseidon (Roman name: Neptune)

Poseidon was god of the sea. He was the most powerful god except for his brother, Zeus. He lived in a beautiful palace under the sea and caused earthquakes when he was in a temper. His symbols include the horse and the trident

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Hades (Roman name: Pluto)

Hades was king of the dead. He lived in the underworld, the heavily guarded land where he ruled over the dead.

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 Aphrodite (Roman name: Venus)

Aphrodite was the goddess of love and beauty, and the protector of sailors. She may have been the daughter of Zeus and the Titan Dione, or she may have risen from the sea on a shell. Her symbols include the myrtle tree and the dove.

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Phoebus Apollo

Apollo was the god of music and healing. He was also an archer, and hunted with a silver bow. he is the God of Truth. No false word ever falls from his lips. His symbols include the laurel tree, the crow, and the dolphin.


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 Ares (Roman name: Mars)

Ares was the god of war. He was both cruel and a coward. Ares was the son of Zeus and Hera, but neither of his parents liked him. His symbols include the vulture and the dog, and he often carried a bloody spear.

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 Artemis (Roman name: Diana)

Artemis was the goddess of the hunt and the protector of women in childbirth. She hunted with silver arrows and loved all wild animals. Her symbols include the cypress tree and the deer


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 Athena (Roman name: Minerva)

Athena was the goddess of wisdom. She was also skilled in the art of war, and helped heroes such as Odysseus and Hercules. Athena sprang full-grown from the forehead of Zeus, and became his favorite child. Her symbols include the owl and the olive tree.

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 Hephaestus (Roman name: Vulcan)

Hephaestus was the god of fire and the forge (a furnace in which metal is heated). Although he made armor and weapons for the gods, he loved peace. His symbols include the anvil and the forge.

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 Hestia (Roman name: Vesta)

Hestia was the goddess of the hearth (a fireplace at the center of the home). She was the most gentle of the gods, and does not play a role in many myths. Fire is among her symbols.

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 Hermes (Roman name: Mercury)

Hermes was the messenger god, a trickster, and a friend to thieves. He was said to have invented boxing and gymnastics. He was the son of Zeus and the constellation Maia. The speediest of all, he wore winged sandals and a winged hat and carried a magic wand.

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Comprehension Question: 1. If you were one of the god/goddesses what super power or characteristics would you like to have? and why? 2. If you could choose the king or queen of Mount Olympus who Among the god and goddesses in greek mythology would you choose? and why? 3.Take two Greek god or goddesses and show their differences and similarities. 4.Who among in the Greek god and goddesses influences you the most. 5.In your opinion who is the most interesting Greek god? 6.In your opinion who is the baddest Greek god? 7.In your opinion Who is the weakest God? 8.What was Zeus weakness? 9.How do Greek gods influence us today? 10.Do you think Zeus deserves to be the king of Mount Olympus?

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1.Who was Zeus's wife? a.Aphrodite b.Athena c.Artemis d.Hera 2.Aphrodite was the goddess of what? a.Anger and sex b.Love and hate c.Love and beauty d.Beauty and war 3.How was Athena born? a.From Hera's womb b.From Zeus's head c.From the ocean d.From flowers 4.Who was the god of war? a.Ares b.Hades c.Hephaestus d.Dionysus 5.Zeus and Hades were brothers with which god? a.Apollo b.Poseidon c.Ares

d.Hermes. 6.Apollo was the god of what? a.Music, poetry, and art b.The heavens c.Weapons and warfare d.Animals and the moon 7 .Who was Apollo's twin sister? a.Hestia b.Athena c.Artemis d.Demeter 8.Who was the chief god of the ancient Greeks? a.Apollo b.Hermes c.Minerva d.Zeus 9.How many gods lived on Mount Olympus? a.20 b.12 c.400 d.5 10.Which Greek goddess is considered the queen of gods? a.Nesoi b.Nemesis c.Ananke d.Hera

 Direction: Choose the letter of the correct answer.

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References: Mythology Timeless Tales of Gods and Heroes by Edith Hamilton   

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