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  1. Erginus, a king of Minyean Orchomenus in Boeotia. Erichthonius, a king of Athens, born of Hephaestus' attempt to rape Athena. Eteocles, a king of Thebes and son of Oedipus; he and his brother Polynices killed each other. Eteocles, son of Andreus, a king of Orchomenus.

  2. The Titans are the older kind of gods in Greek mythology. The original Twelve Titans were children of Gaia (Mother Earth) and Uranus (Father Sky). Their leader was Cronus, who overthrew his father Uranus and became ruler of the gods. Cronus' consort was his sister Rhea. Their children were Zeus, Hades, Poseidon, Hera, Demeter and Hestia.

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    The gods and goddesses in Greek mythology have special parts in the world. For instance, Zeus is the god of the sky, Poseidon is the god of the sea and Hephaestus is the god of metal work, forging and fire. They can make themselves invisible to humans and move to any place in a very short amount of time. Gods and goddesses also never get sick and c...

    The Greeks believed that the sun was pulled across the sky by a chariot driven by the god, Apollo, (Or Helios, as some say, the titan who drove the 'sun chariot' across the sky before his successor Apollo) and he himself was the god of archery, poetry, and Oracles. Every day, Apollo would drive the Sun Chariotacross the sky.

    The Ancient Greeks believed that in the beginning, the world was in a state of nothingness which they called Chaos. Suddenly, from light, came Gaia (Mother Earth) and from her came Uranus (the sky) along with other old gods (called primordials) like Pontus (the primordial god of the oceans). Gaia and Uranus had 12 children, the Titans. The most imp...

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    The following is a list of gods and other divine and semi-divine figures from Greek mythology. The list does not include creatures; for these, see List of Greek mythological creatures.

    The Titans 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 ...

    Achlys (Ἀχλύς), spirit of the death-mist, personification of sadness and misery Adephagia (Ἀδηφαγία), spirit of satiety and gluttony Adikia (Ἀδικία), spirit of injustice and wrongdoing Aergia (Ἀεργία), spirit of idleness, laziness, indolence and ...

    Amphiaraus (Ἀμφιάραος), a hero of the war of the Seven Against Thebe who became an oracular spirit of the Underworld after his death Angelos (Ἄγγελος), a daughter of Zeus and Hera who became an underworld goddess Askalaphos (Ἀσκάλαφος), the son of ......

    Abderus, aided Heracles during his eighth labour and was killed by the Mares of Diomedes Achilles (Αχιλλεύς or Αχιλλέας), hero of the Trojan War and a central character in Homer's Iliad Aeneas (Αινείας), a hero of the Trojan War and progenitor of the ...

    Alcestis (Άλκηστις), daughter of Pelias and wife of Admetus, who was known for her devotion to her husband Amymone, the one daughter of Danaus who refused to murder her husband, thus escaping her sisters' punishment Andromache (Ανδρομάχη), wife of Hector ...

    Abas, a king of Argos Acastus, a king of Iolcus who sailed with the Argonauts and participated in the Calydonian Boar hunt Acrisius, a king of Argos Actaeus, first king of Attica Admetus (Άδμητος), a king of Pherae who sailed with the Argonauts and participated in the ......

  5. Greek mythology is the study of the body of myths found within ancient Greek religion. When most people think about mythology today, it is often Greek mythology that comes to mind. This is in part due to it's grandiose cast of memorable and enigmatic characters: from the all-powerful, yet highly flawed, deities such as Zeus; to the brave, but often tragic, heroes such as Achilles; to the many horrifying, larger-than-life monsters such as the Hydra.

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