Major gods and goddesses Primordial deities (Protogenos) Titans and Titanesses The Titan gods and goddesses are depicted in Greek art less commonly than the Olympians. Eos (Dawn) and the hero Memnon (490–480 BC) Helios in his four-horse chariot (3rd century BC) Themis, from the Temple of Nemesis (ca. 300 BC)
Greek mythology is the body of myths originally told by the ancient Greeks, and a genre of Ancient Greek folklore.These stories concern the origin and nature of the world, the lives and activities of deities, heroes, and mythological creatures, and the origins and significance of the ancient Greeks' own cult and ritual practices.
The following is a family tree of gods, goddesses, and other divine and semi-divine figures from Ancient Greek mythology and Ancient Greek religion.
This category has the following 26 subcategories, out of 26 total. Consorts of Greek goddesses (2 C) A Aphrodite (5 C, 11 P) Greek goddesses in art (5 C, 1 P) Artemis (6 C, 8 P) Athena (7 C, 19 P) C Cybele (2 C, 28 P) D Greek death goddesses (2 C, 7 P) Demeter (5 C, 17 P) Dryads (1 C, 11 P) F Furies/Erinyes (4 P) G
List of figures in Greek mythology A Adonis Aeacus Aeolus Aether Agdistis Aidos Amphitrite Anemoi Apate Aphroditus Arke (mythology) Asclepius Astraea Attis B Bia C Caelus Charites Charon (mythology) Chione Chronos Cybele D Deimos Dike (goddess) Dione (mythology) E Eileithyia Enyo Erebos Erinyes Eris (goddess) Eros G Gaia (mythology)
This list includes Etruscan, Greek, Roman, Norse and Meitei versions of similar gods and goddesses. The table is ordered by the Greek god's name. The table is ordered by the Greek god's name. Versions of gods
Besides the twelve Olympians, there were many other various cultic groupings of twelve gods throughout ancient Greece. The earliest evidence of Greek religious practice involving twelve gods ( Greek : δωδεκάθεον , dōdekátheon , from δώδεκα dōdeka , "twelve", and θεοί theoi , "gods") comes no earlier than the late sixth ...