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    2 days ago · In Greek mythology, Tartarus (/ ˈ t ɑːr t ər ə s /; Ancient Greek: Τάρταρος, romanized: Tártaros) is the deep abyss that is used as a dungeon of torment and suffering for the wicked and as the prison for the Titans.

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    1 day ago · In the Theogony, after Zeus defeats the Titans and banishes them to Tartarus, his rule is challenged by the monster Typhon, a giant serpentine creature who battles Zeus for control of the cosmos. According to Hesiod, Typhon is the offspring of Gaia and Tartarus, described as having a hundred snaky fire-breathing heads.

  3. Tartarus, the infernal regions of ancient Greek mythology. The name was originally used for the deepest region of the world, the lower of the two parts of the underworld, where the gods locked up their enemies. It gradually came to mean the entire underworld. As such it was the opposite of Elysium, where happy souls lived after death.

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  4. 1 day ago · Tartarus is a villain organization that was established by Vandal Savage in his plot to destroy the Teen Titans. Its known members include Cheshire , Gorilla Grodd , Lady Vic , Red Panzer, and Siren .

  5. › Other_Gods › TartarusTartarus - Greek Mythology

    In Greek mythology, Tartarus was both a primordial deity that existed before the Olympians, as well as a name to describe a region of the Underworld. Tartarus Etymology The sunless abyss below Hades, from Ancient Greek Tártaros, Latin Tartarus.

  6. Jan 4, 2022 · In ancient Greek mythology, Tartarus was a horrible pit of torment in the afterlife. It was lower than even Hades, the place of the dead. According to the Greeks, Tartarus was populated by ferocious monsters and the worst of criminals. The Greek word Tartarus appears only once in the entire New Testament. Second Peter 2:4 says, “God did not ...

  7. Tartarus: [noun] a section of Hades reserved for punishment of the wicked.

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