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{| ! ! width="100" | English name ! width="450" | Description | Aφροδίτη (Aphroditē) Aphrodite Goddess of love, lust, beauty, wife of Hephaestus. Ares is her lover. Eros is her son. Known as the most beautiful of the Greek goddesses. Her symbols are the scepter, myrtle, and dove. Aπόλλων (Apollōn) Apollo God of music, prophecies, poetry, and Archery. Also said to be the god of light and truth. Is associated with the sun. Also referred to as the most beautiful of the gods. He is Artemis's twin brother, and son of Zeus. His symbols are the bow, lyre, and laurel. Άρης (Arēs) Ares God of War, murder and bloodshed. Brother to Athena, and is the son of Zeus. Has an affair with Aphrodite. His symbols are vultures, dogs, boars, and a spear. Άρτεμις (Artemis) Artemis Goddess of the hunt and wild things, and the moon. Protector of the dewy young. She became associated with the moon. Apollo is her twin brother. Artemis is a virgin goddess. Her symbols are the bow, dogs, and deer. Αθηνά (Athēna) Athena Goddess of wisdom, warfare, handicrafts and reason. Sister of Ares, and is the daughter of Zeus. Sprung from Zeus's head in full body armor. She is the wisest of the gods. Her symbols are the aegis, owl, and olive tree. Δήμητρα (Dēmētra) Demeter Goddess of fertility, grain and harvest. Demeter is a daughter of Cronus and Rhea and sister of Zeus. Her symbols are the scepter, torch, and corn. Διόνυσος (Dionysus) Dionysus God of wine, parties/festivals, madness and merriment. He represents not only the intoxicating power of wine, but also its social and beneficial influences. His symbols are the grape vine, ivy, and thyrsus. ᾍδης (Hades) Hades God of the underworld. Brother of Poseidon, Zeus and Hera, and consort to Persephone. His symbols are the bident, the Helm of Darkness, and the three-headed dog, Cerberus. Ήφαιστος (Hēphaistos) Hephaestus God of fire and the forge (god of fire and smiths) with very weak legs. He was thrown off Mount Olympus as a baby by his mother and in some stories his father. He makes armor for the gods and other heroes like Achilles. Son of Hera and Zeus is his father in some accounts. Married to Aphrodite, but she does not love him because he is deformed and, as a result, is cheating on him with Ares. He had a daughter named Pandora. His symbols are an axe, a hammer and a flame. Ήρα (Hēra) Hera Goddess of marriage, women, and childbirth. Zeus' wife and sister. Appears with peacock feathers often. Her symbols are the scepter, diadem, and peacock. Ερμής (Hērmēs) Hermes God of flight, thieves, commerce, and travelers. Messenger of the gods. He showed the way for the dead souls to Hades's realm. He shows up in more myths than any other god or goddess. Likes to trick people and is very inventive. Hermes invented the lyre using a turtle shell and sinew. His symbols are the caduceus and winged boots. Ἑστία (Hestia) Hestia Goddess of the hearth and home, the focal point of every household. Daughter of Rhea and Cronus. Gave up her seat as one of the Twelve Olympians to tend to the sacred flame on Mount Olympus for Dionysus. Her symbol is the hearth. Ποσειδῶν (Poseidon) Poseidon God of the sea. He created horses from sea foam. God of earthquakes as well. Also called 'Earth Shaker' and 'Storm Bringer'. His symbols are horses, sea foam, dolphins, and a trident. Ζεύς (Zeus) Zeus The king of the gods, the ruler of Mount Olympus and the god of the sky and thunder. His symbols are the thunderbolt, eagle, bull, and oak. ! width="145" | Greek name ! width="100" | English name ! width="450" | Description | Αιθήρ (Aithēr) Aether God of the upper air. Χάος (Khaos) Chaos Non-gendered deity of the nothingness from which all else sprang. Κρόνος or Kronos Kronos or Cronus Titan of eternal time and father of six of the Olympian gods. Cronus and Chronos (Kρόνος and Xρόνος) are two separate entities altogether. Chronos is The Keeper of time; Cronus or Kronos is the father of Zeus, Poseidon, and Hades. In addition, in the Greek language "χρονια" means "year" or "years" depending on accent. Έρεβος (Erebos) Erebus God of darkness and shadow. Γαία (Gaia) Gaia Goddess of the Earth (Mother Earth), mother of Kronos (Cronus). Ημέρα (Émera) Hemera Goddess of daylight and the sun. Ζέφυρος (Zephuros) Zephyrus God of the west wind. Νύξ (Nux) Nyx Goddess of darkness/night. She is also the only being from which Zeus turned from when her son Hypnos, who had angered Zeus, hid behind her. Τάρταρος (Tartaros) Tartarus Is the darkest, deepest part of the underworld controlled by Hades. Ουρανός (Ouranos) Uranus God of the heavens (Father Sky) and father of the Titans; banished the Cyclopes to the underworld because they did not please him. * Themis * Cronus * Atlas * Oceanus * Tethys * Hyperion * Theia * Coeus * Phoebe * Rhea * Crius * Iapetus * Prometheus * Helios * Briareus (or Aegaeon) (Βριάρεως) * Gyes * Cottusgeit * Arges * Brontes * Steropes * Polyphemus (Πολύφημος) * Achelous (Αχέλους or Αχελώος in contemporary Greek) * Acheron (Αχέρων) * Acis * Alpheus (Αλφειός) * Asopus (Ασωπός) * Cladeus * Eurotas (Ευρώτας) * Peneus (Πηνειός) * Styx * Emanopsus * Adrasteia (Αδράστεια) * Clytie * Crataeis * Daphne (Δάφνη) * Dryads (Δρυάς-Δρυάδες in plural) * Hamadryads (Αμαδρυάς-Αμαδρυάδες in plural) * Metope (Μετώπη) * Naiads (Ναιάδες) ** Cleochareia * Nereids (Νηρηίδες) ** Amphitrite (Αμφιτρίτη) ** Arethusa (Αρετούσα) * Oceanids (Ωκεανίδες) ** Eidyia * Oreads ** Echo (Ηχώ) * Agrius * Alcyoneus * Aloadae ** Otus ** Orion (Ωρίων) ** Ephialtes (Εφιάλτης) * Antaeus (Ανταίος) * Argus (Άργος) * Enceladus (Εγκέλαδος) * Tityos * Achilles Ascendant hero * Adephagia Goddess of gluttony * Aeolus (Aiolos) (Αίολος) God of the winds * Agdistis hermaphroditic demon * Alastor God/demon of family feuds * Alectrona Goddess of the morning or waking up * Alexiares and Anicetus Twin guardians of Mount Olympus * Amphitrite (Αμφιτρίτη) Goddess of the sea, wife of Poseidon * Anakes * Antheia Goddess of flowers and flowery wreaths * Aphaea Minor goddess of agriculture and fertility * Aristaeus A good hunter and inventor * Asclepius (Ασκληπιός) God of healing * Astraea (Αστραία) Virgin Goddess of Justice * Ate Goddess of foolish acts * Attis * Bia Goddess of violence * Boreas (Βορέας) God of the north wind and of winter * Brizo Goddess of sailors * Cabiri * Caerus God of luck and opportunity * Calypso (Καλυψώ) * Ceto Goddess of the dangers of the ocean and of sea monsters * Charon Hades' ferryman * Circe (Κίρκη) * Cotys * Cragus * Cybele (Κυβέλη) * Dike Goddess of Justice * Dioscuri (Διόσκουροι) ** Castor (Κάστορ) ** Polydeuces (Πολυδεύκης) * Doris (Δωρίς) Goddess of the sea's bounty * Efreisone (Ευφροσύνη) Personification of the olive branch * Eileithyia Goddess of childbirth * Elpis (Ελπίς) Goddess of hope or expectation * Enyalius Minor god of war * Enyo Goddess of destructive war * Eos (Ηώς) Goddess of the dawn * Eosphorus God of the morning star * The Erinyes, or "Furies" * Eris (Έρις) Goddess of strife and discord * Eros (Έρος) God of lust, love, and sex * Eurynome (Ευρυνόμη) * Eurus (Euros) God of the east wind * Glaucus Minor sea god * Gorgons (Γοργόνες) ** Stheno ** Euryale ** Medusa (a mortal) (Μέδουσα) * Hêbê (Ήβη) Goddess of youth * Hecate (Εκάτη) * Hêlios (Ήλιος) Personification of the sun * Heracles (Ηρακλής) Ascended hero * Hespera * Horae (Ώρες) (the hours) ** Thallo (Θαλλώ) ** Auxo (Αυξώ) ** Karpo (Καρπώ) ** Eunomia (Ευνομία) ** Dike (Δίκη) ** Eirene (Ειρήνη) * Hybris (Ύβρις) God of hubris * Hygieia (Υγεία) Goddess of cleanliness * Hymen God of Marriage and Marriage Feasts * Hypnos (Ύπνος) God of sleep * Iris (Ίρις) Goddess of the rainbow and minor messenger * Moira (Μοίρα) * The three Moirae, or "Fates": (Μοίρες) ** Clotho (Κλωθώ) ** Lachesis (Λάχεσις) ** Atropos (Άτροπος) * Mania (Μανία) Goddess of insanity * Metis (Μέτις) Goddess of wisdom and thought * Momus God of satire and criticism * Morpheus (Μορφέας) God of dreams * Muses (Μούσες) ** Calliope (Καλλιόπη) ** Clio (Κλειώ) ** Erato (Ερατώ) ** Euterpe (Ευτέρπη) ** Melpomene (Μελπομένη) ** Polyhymnia (Πολυμνία) - (Πολύμνια) ** Terpsichore (Τερψιχόρη) ** Thalia (Θάλεια) ** Urania (Ουρανία) * Nemesis (Νέμεσις) Goddess of retribution * Nereus (Νηρέας) * Nike (Νίκη) Goddess of victory * Notus (Νότος) God of the south wind * Pan (Πάν) God of shepherds, pastures, and fertility * Phoebe Goddess of the moon: Bright * Perséphonê (Περσεφόνη) Goddess of the earth's fertility * Peitho (Πειθώ) Goddess of persuasion and seduction * Pleiades (Πλειάδες) * Psyche Goddess of the Soul ** Alcyone (Αλκυόνη) ** Sterope (Στερόπη) ** Celaeno (Κελαινώ) ** Electra (Ηλέκτρα) ** Maia (Μαία) ** Merope (Μερόπη) ** Taygete (Ταϋγέτη) * Phorcys (Φόρκυς) * Proteus (Πρωτεύς) Minor sea god * Priapus (Πρίαπος) God of male virility * Satyr (Σάτυροι) * Selene (Σελήνη) Goddess of the moon * Thanatos (Θάνατος) God/demon of death and mortality * Thetis (Θέτις) * Triton (Τρίτων) Poseidon's messenger * Typhon (Τυφών) * Zephyrus (Ζέφυρος) God of the west wind * ** This page was last modified on 28 March 2009, at 12:25 (UTC). ** All text is available under the terms of the GNU Free Documentation License. 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** Privacy policy ** About Wikipedia ** Disclaimers |} {| ! ! width="100" | English name ! width="450" | Description | Aφροδίτη (Aphroditē) Aphrodite Goddess of love, lust, beauty, wife of Hephaestus. Ares is her lover. Eros is her son. Known as the most beautiful of the Greek goddesses. Her symbols are the scepter, myrtle, and dove. Aπόλλων (Apollōn) Apollo God of music, prophecies, poetry, and archery. Also said to be the god of light and truth. Is associated with the sun. Also referred to as the most beautiful of the gods. He is Artemis's twin brother, and son of Zeus. His symbols are the bow, lyre, and laurel. Άρης (Arēs) Ares God of war, murder and bloodshed. Brother to Athena, and is the son of Zeus. Has an affair with Aphrodite. His symbols are vultures, dogs, boars, and a spear. Άρτεμις (Artemis) Artemis Goddess of the hunt and wild things, and the moon. Protector of the dewy young. She became associated with the moon. Apollo is her twin brother. Artemis is a virgin goddess. Her symbols are the bow, dogs, and deer. Αθηνά (Athēna) Athena Goddess of wisdom, warfare, handicrafts and reason. Sister of Ares, and is the daughter of Zeus. Sprung from Zeus's head in full body armor. She is the wisest of the gods. Her symbols are the aegis, owl, and olive tree. Δήμητρα (Dēmētra) Demeter Goddess of fertility, grain and harvest. Demeter is a daughter of Cronus and Rhea and sister of Zeus. Her symbols are the scepter, torch, and corn. Διόνυσος (Dionysus) Dionysus God of wine, parties/festivals, madness and merriment. He represents not only the intoxicating power of wine, but also its social and beneficial influences. His symbols are the grape vine, ivy, and thyrsus. ᾍδης (Hades) Hades God of the underworld. Brother of Poseidon, Zeus and Hera, and consort to Persephone. His symbols are the bident, the Helm of Darkness, and the three-headed dog, Cerberus. Ήφαιστος (Hēphaistos) Hephaestus God of fire and the forge (god of fire and smiths) with very weak legs. He was thrown off Mount Olympus as a baby by his mother and in some stories his father. He makes armor for the gods and other heroes like Achilles. Son of Hera and Zeus is his father in some accounts. Married to Aphrodite, but she does not love him because he is deformed and, as a result, is cheating on him with Ares. He had a daughter named Pandora. His symbols are an axe, a hammer and a flame. Ήρα (Hēra) Hera Goddess of marriage, women, and childbirth. Zeus' wife and sister. Appears with peacock feathers often. Her symbols are the scepter, diadem, and peacock. Ερμής (Hērmēs) Hermes God of flight, thieves, commerce, and travelers. Messenger of the gods. He showed the way for the dead souls to Hades's realm. He shows up in more myths than any other god or goddess. Likes to trick people and is very inventive. Hermes invented the lyre using a turtle shell and sinew. His symbols are the caduceus and winged boots. Ἑστία (Hestia) Hestia Goddess of the hearth and home, the focal point of every household. Daughter of Rhea and Cronus. Gave up her seat as one of the Twelve Olympians to tend to the sacred flame on Mount Olympus for Dionysus. Her symbol is the hearth. Ποσειδῶν (Poseidon) Poseidon God of the sea. He created horses from sea foam. God of earthquakes as well. Also called 'Earth Shaker' and 'Storm Bringer'. His symbols are horses, sea foam, dolphins, and a trident. Ζεύς (Zeus) Zeus The king of the gods, the ruler of Mount Olympus and the god of the sky and thunder. His symbols are the thunderbolt, eagle, bull, and oak. ! width="145" | Greek name ! width="100" | English name ! width="450" | Description | Αιθήρ (Aithēr) Aether God of the upper air. Χάος (Khaos) Chaos Non-gendered deity of the nothingness from which all else sprang. Κρόνος or Kronos Kronos or Cronus Titan of eternal time and father of six of the Olympian gods. Cronus and Chronos (Kρόνος and Xρόνος) are two separate entities altogether. Chronos is The Keeper of time; Cronus or Kronos is the father of Zeus, Poseidon, and Hades. In addition, in the Greek language "χρονια" means "year" or "years" depending on accent. Έρεβος (Erebos) Erebus God of darkness and shadow. Γαία (Gaia) Gaia Goddess of the Earth (Mother Earth), mother of Kronos (Cronus). Ημέρα (Émera) Hemera Goddess of daylight and the sun. Ζέφυρος (Zephuros) Zephyrus God of the west wind. Νύξ (Nux) Nyx Goddess of darkness/night. She is also the only being from which Zeus turned from when her son Hypnos, who had angered Zeus, hid behind her. Τάρταρος (Tartaros) Tartarus Is the darkest, deepest part of the underworld controlled by Hades. Ουρανός (Ouranos) Uranus God of the heavens (Father Sky) and father of the Titans; banished the Cyclopes to the underworld because they did not please him. * Themis * Cronus * Atlas * Oceanus * Tethys * Hyperion * Theia * Coeus * Phoebe * Rhea * Crius * Iapetus * Prometheus * Helios * Briareus (or Aegaeon) (Βριάρεως) * Gyes * Cottusgeit * Arges * Brontes * Steropes * Polyphemus (Πολύφημος) * Achelous (Αχέλους or Αχελώος in contemporary Greek) * Acheron (Αχέρων) * Acis * Alpheus (Αλφειός) * Asopus (Ασωπός) * Cladeus * Eurotas (Ευρώτας) * Peneus (Πηνειός) * Styx * Emanopsus * Adrasteia (Αδράστεια) * Clytie * Crataeis * Daphne (Δάφνη) * Dryads (Δρυάς-Δρυάδες in plural) * Hamadryads (Αμαδρυάς-Αμαδρυάδες in plural) * Metope (Μετώπη) * Naiads (Ναιάδες) ** Cleochareia * Nereids (Νηρηίδες) ** Amphitrite (Αμφιτρίτη) ** Arethusa (Αρετούσα) * Oceanids (Ωκεανίδες) ** Eidyia * Oreads ** Echo (Ηχώ) * Agrius * Alcyoneus * Aloadae ** Otus ** Orion (Ωρίων) ** Ephialtes (Εφιάλτης) * Antaeus (Ανταίος) * Argus (Άργος) * Enceladus (Εγκέλαδος) * Tityos * Achilles Ascendant hero * Adephagia Goddess of gluttony * Aeolus (Aiolos) (Αίολος) God of the winds * Agdistis hermaphroditic demon * Alastor God/demon of family feuds * Alectrona Goddess of the morning or waking up * Alexiares and Anicetus Twin guardians of Mount Olympus * Amphitrite (Αμφιτρίτη) Goddess of the sea, wife of Poseidon * Anakes * Antheia Goddess of flowers and flowery wreaths * Aphaea Minor goddess of agriculture and fertility * Aristaeus A good hunter and inventor * Asclepius (Ασκληπιός) God of healing * Astraea (Αστραία) Virgin Goddess of Justice * Ate Goddess of foolish acts * Attis * Bia Goddess of violence * Boreas (Βορέας) God of the north wind and of winter * Brizo Goddess of sailors * Cabiri * Caerus God of luck and opportunity * Calypso (Καλυψώ) * Ceto Goddess of the dangers of the ocean and of sea monsters * Charon Hades' ferryman * Circe (Κίρκη) * Cotys * Cragus * Cybele (Κυβέλη) * Dike Goddess of Justice * Dioscuri (Διόσκουροι) ** Castor (Κάστορ) ** Polydeuces (Πολυδεύκης) * Doris (Δωρίς) Goddess of the sea's bounty * Efreisone (Ευφροσύνη) Personification of the olive branch * Eileithyia Goddess of childbirth * Elpis (Ελπίς) Goddess of hope or expectation * Enyalius Minor god of war * Enyo Goddess of destructive war * Eos (Ηώς) Goddess of the dawn * Eosphorus God of the morning star * The Erinyes, or "Furies" * Eris (Έρις) Goddess of strife and discord * Eros (Έρος) God of lust, love, and sex * Eurynome (Ευρυνόμη) * Eurus (Euros) God of the east wind * Glaucus Minor sea god * Gorgons (Γοργόνες) ** Stheno ** Euryale ** Medusa (a mortal) (Μέδουσα) * Hêbê (Ήβη) Goddess of youth * Hecate (Εκάτη) * Hêlios (Ήλιος) Personification of the sun * Heracles (Ηρακλής) Ascended hero * Hespera * Horae (Ώρες) (the hours) ** Thallo (Θαλλώ) ** Auxo (Αυξώ) ** Karpo (Καρπώ) ** Eunomia (Ευνομία) ** Dike (Δίκη) ** Eirene (Ειρήνη) * Hybris (Ύβρις) God of hubris * Hygieia (Υγεία) Goddess of cleanliness * Hymen God of Marriage and Marriage Feasts * Hypnos (Ύπνος) God of sleep * Iris (Ίρις) Goddess of the rainbow and minor messenger * Moira (Μοίρα) * The three Moirae, or "Fates": (Μοίρες) ** Clotho (Κλωθώ) ** Lachesis (Λάχεσις) ** Atropos (Άτροπος) * Mania (Μανία) Goddess of insanity * Metis (Μέτις) Goddess of wisdom and thought * Momus God of satire and criticism * Morpheus (Μορφέας) God of dreams * Muses (Μούσες) ** Calliope (Καλλιόπη) ** Clio (Κλειώ) ** Erato (Ερατώ) ** Euterpe (Ευτέρπη) ** Melpomene (Μελπομένη) ** Polyhymnia (Πολυμνία) - (Πολύμνια) ** Terpsichore (Τερψιχόρη) ** Thalia (Θάλεια) ** Urania (Ουρανία) * Nemesis (Νέμεσις) Goddess of retribution * Nereus (Νηρέας) * Nike (Νίκη) Goddess of victory * Notus (Νότος) God of the south wind * Pan (Πάν) God of shepherds, pastures, and fertility * Phoebe Goddess of the moon: Bright * Perséphonê (Περσεφόνη) Goddess of the earth's fertility * Peitho (Πειθώ) Goddess of persuasion and seduction * Pleiades (Πλειάδες) * Psyche Goddess of the Soul ** Alcyone (Αλκυόνη) ** Sterope (Στερόπη) ** Celaeno (Κελαινώ) ** Electra (Ηλέκτρα) ** Maia (Μαία) ** Merope (Μερόπη) ** Taygete (Ταϋγέτη) * Phorcys (Φόρκυς) * Proteus (Πρωτεύς) Minor sea god * Priapus (Πρίαπος) God of male virility * Satyr (Σάτυροι) * Selene (Σελήνη) Goddess of the moon * Thanatos (Θάνατος) God/demon of death and mortality * Thetis (Θέτις) * Triton (Τρίτων) Poseidon's messenger * Typhon (Τυφών) * Zephyrus (Ζέφυρος) God of the west wind * ** This page was last modified on 28 March 2009, at 12:25 (UTC). ** All text is available under the terms of the GNU Free Documentation License. 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they had the same powers but different religions and different names


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the roman gods have different names that's it!


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What are the planets named after or for?

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