No Uranos was a primal god of the Heavens.
There is no actual Greek god of crystals. If you mean land formations, i.e., crystals, it would be Pluto, god of the underworld.
Ζεύς/ Δίας - Zeus/ Dias/ Jupiter are the names Greek/ Latin of the ancient god who use to thunder on the land
The Greek land of the dead was sometimes called the underworld, the land of Hades, (the god who oversaw the dead), or sometimes just Hades.Hades
The land of the greek mythology sun god Helio's cattle
He is Greek god, but he does have a roman version Jupiter
Well there is:Cronus (Greek God of Agriculture)Thanatos (Greek God of the Dead)Hephaestus (Greek God of Fire)Eros (Greek God of Love)Poseidon (Greek God of the Sea)Hypnos (Greek God of Sleep)Helios (Greek God of the Sun)Ares (Greek God of War)Dionysus (Greek God of Wine)Pan (Greek God of the Woods)Hermes (Messenger of the Gods)Zeus (King of the Gods)
There is no Greek god "Sades": there is a Greek god Hades.
the greek god hermes the god of messages
The god Poseidon was the Greek god of the ocean.
the greek god Posiedon is the god of the sea
the greek god of wine is Dionyses.
Poseidan the Greek god was related to Hades the Greek god!
Hades was the Greek god of the Underworld.
He is the Greek god of the sun.
There is no Greek god of dragons.
He is a Greek God.
greek god of the ocean
Is Thespis a Greek God?
Hippocrates was not a Greek god, but a Greek physician.
In Greek myth, Dionysus died to become a god. As a Greek god, he does not die.
Artemis is the Greek goddess of wildlife and hunting. and Pan is the Greek god of nature
It depends which god you are talking about...there are thousands of greek gods!
it isnt a greek god. it is a roman god of sea.
No, Thor is not a greek god. He is the Norse god of thunder.