Greek primordial deities 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) Oceanus wearing crab-claw horns, with Tethys ( Roman-era mosaic )
According to Plato, however, the two were entirely separate entities: Aphrodite Ourania and Aphrodite Pandemos. ^ Hesiod puts Nyx as the mother of the Hesperides; they are alternatively daughters of Nyx and Erebus, of Atlas, of Atlas and Hesperis, of Phorcys and Ceto, or of Zeus and Themis.
Dike (goddess) Dione (mythology) E Eileithyia Enyo Erebos Erinyes Eris (goddess) Eros G Gaia (mythology) Ganymede (mythology) Geras H Hades Harmonia Hebe Hecate Hedone Hemera Hermanubis Hermaphroditus Himeros Horae Hypnos I Iambe Iris (goddess) K Kratos L Limos (mythology) M Melinoe Moirai Momus Moros Morpheus (mythology) Muse N Nemesis Nereus
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