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The Fall of the Giants

The Twelve Olympians

The Twelve Olympians are the principal gods and goddesses in ancient Greek mythology who reside on Mount Olympus and hold supreme power over the mortal world.

Zeus
Zeus
(King of the Gods, God of the sky, lightning, thunder, law and order)
Poseidon
Poseidon
(King of the sea, God of the sea, storms, earthquakes, and horses)
Hera
Hera
(Queen of the Gods, Goddess of marriage, women, marital harmony, and the protector of women during childbirth)
Demeter
Demeter
(Goddess of the harvest, agriculture, fertility, and sacred law)
Aphrodite
Aphrodite
(Goddess of love, beauty, and sexuality)
Athena
Athena
(Goddess of wisdom, warfare, and handicraft)
Artemis
Artemis
(Goddess of nature, childbirth, wildlife, the Moon, the hunt, sudden death, animals, virginity, young women, and archery)
Apollo
Apollo
(God of oracles, healing, archery, music and arts, sunlight, knowledge, herds and flocks, and protection of the young)

Ares
Ares
(God of war and courage)
Dionysus
Dionysus
(God of wine, vegetation, fertility, festivity, ritual madness, religious ecstasy, and theatre)
Hephaestus
Hephaestus
(God of fire, metalworking, stone masonry, forges, the art of sculpture, technology, and blacksmiths)
Hermes
Hermes
(God of boundaries, roads and travelers, thieves, athletes, shepherds, commerce, speed, cunning, wit, and sleep
Psychopomp and divine messenger)
Hestia
Hestia
(Goddess of the domestic and civic hearth, sacred and sacrificial fire, virginity, family, and the state)

Chthonic Deities

Chthonic deities in Greek mythology are gods and goddesses associated with the underworld, death, and fertility of the earth.

Hades
Hades
(King of the underworld, God of the dead and riches)
Persephone
Persephone
(Queen of the underworld, Goddess of spring, grain, and nature)
Cerberus
Cerberus
(Guardian of the entrance to the underworld.)
Hecate
Hecate
(Goddess of Crossroads and Magic)
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Iacchus
(God of vegetation and fertility)
Melinoë
Melinoë
(Demon Queen of nightmares and madness)
Triptolemus
Triptolemus
(Hero and Teacher of Agriculture)
 Trophonius
Trophonius
(The Oracle of Boeotia, Son of Erginus)

Lesser deities

Adonis
Adonis
(The Divine Adonis)
Alpheus
Alpheus
(River God)
Amphitrite
Amphitrite
(Queen of the sea, Goddess of the sea)
Arion
Arion
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Asclepius
Asclepius
(God of Medicine and Healing)
Astraea
Astraea
(Goddess of Justice and Innocence)
Atë
Atë
(Goddess of Mischief and Ruin )
Styktide, Bia
Styktide, Bia
(Angel, Nemamiah of the Chalice)
Circe
Circe
(Enchantress)
Cybele
Cybele
(The Great Mother, Magna Mater, Mater Deum)
Deimos
Deimos
(Demon Lord of Terror, Panic and Dread)
Dike
Dike
(Goddess of Justice and Moral Order)
Enyo
Enyo
(Goddess of War war and destruction)
Eileithyia
Eileithyia
(Goddess of Childbirth)
Eos
Eos
(Personification of the Dawn)
Glaucus
Glaucus
(God of the Sea, Fishermen and of Prophecy)
Graces
The Charites, “The Divine Graces.”
Goddesses of Beauty, joy, creativity, goodwill,
Harmonia
Harmonia
(Goddess of Harmony and Concord)
Hebe
Hebe
(Goddess of Youth and Cupbearer to the Gods)
Helios
Helios
(God of the Sun)
Hesperus
Hesperus
(God of the Evening Star)
Horae
Horae
Goddesses of the seasons 
Hygeia
Hygeia
Goddess of Health
Iris
Iris
(Goddess of the Rainbow)
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Angel, Styktide, Cratos
(Angel,Gabriel)
Leto
Leto
(Goddess of Motherhood and Motherly Protectiveness)
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Maia
(Celestial of growth, spring, and nurturing)
Metis
Metis
(Titaness of wisdom and cunning intelligence)
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Momus
(God of Satire, Mockery, and Criticism)
Morpheus
Morpheus
( The God of Dreams)
Goddess Nike
Nike
(Goddess of Victory)
Pan
Pan
God of the Wild, Shepherds and Flocks, Nature, Rustic Music, and Fertility
Phobos
Phobos
(God of Fear and Panic)
Phthonos
Phthonos
(God of Envy and Jealousy)
Priapus
Priapus
(God of Fertility, Gardens, and Male Genitalia)
Proteus
Proteus
(The Old Man of the Sea)
Scamander
Scamander
(River god of Scamander)
Selene
Selene
(Our Lady of Silver, the Moon maiden, the Night White Lady)
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Thetis
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Tyche of Constantinople
(Goddess of Luck)
Triton
Triton
(Messenger of the deep)
Zelus
Styktide, Zelus
(Archangel Michael)
Zephyrus
Zephyrus
(The God of the West Wind)
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Achlys
Achlys
(Primordial goddess of death and misery and poison)
Apate
Apate
 â€œGoddess of deceit and fraud”
Eris (Strife)
Eris (Strife)
‘Goddess of Discord’ (disorderly strife)
Hypnos (Sleep)
Hypnos (Sleep)
“God of Sleep”
Charon
Charon
(Boatman of the Lower Planes)
Oizys
Oizys
(Personification of Misery)
Moros
Moros
(God of Doom)
Moirai
The Moirai (Fates)
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Nemesis (Revenge)
(Goddess of Divine Retribution and Vengeance)
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Thanatos (Peaceful Death)
(God of Death)
Baphomet
Baphomet

(Demon Prince of Beasts)

Demogorgon
Demogorgon

Prince of Demons

The Greek Elder Titans

The Greek Titans were a group of powerful primordial deities who were overthrown by the Olympian gods in a war.

Atlas
Atlas

Titan of Endurance

Coeus
Coeus

Titan of intelligence

Clymene
Clymene

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Crius
Crius

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Cronus
Cronus

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Epimetheus

Executive Director

Hyperion
Hyperion

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Iapetus

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Mnemosyne

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Nereus
Nereus

God of the Sea, The Old Man of the Sea, the Ancient One

Oceanus
Oceanus

Lord of the Acrid Seas, The Twice Betrayed

Phoebe
Phoebe

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Perses
Perses

The Elder Titan of Destruction

Prometheus
Prometheus

Executive Director

Rhea
Rhea

 the Earth Mother

Tethys
Tethys

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Theia
Theia

“Titaness of Sight and Heavenly Light”

Themis
Themis

 the Blind Goddess of Justice

Arke
Arke

Messenger goddess of the Titans

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Greek primordial deities

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Chaos (Void)
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Eros (Love)
(God of love, lust, desire and sex
Primordial god and personification of Love)
Gaia
Gaia (Earth)
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Uranus (Sky)
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Ourea
Ourea (Mountains)
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Pontus
Pontus (Sea)
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Tartarus
Tartarus (Underworld)
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Erebus
Erebus
(Darkness and Shadow)
Nyx
Nyx (Night)
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Aether
Aether (Light)
(The personification of the upper sky and space)
Hemera
Hemera (Day)
(Primordial goddess of day and daylight)
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Ananke (Compulsion)
(Goddess of Necessity and Fate)
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Chronos (Time)
(Lord of Time, Grandfather Time)

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