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Himalia bore Spartaios, Kronios, and Kytos.

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Q: Who was the nymph who bore three sons of Zeus?
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Who is the nymph who bore three sons of Zeus?


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Who were the forty sea-nymph daughters of Oceanus?

Oceanus did not have forty daughters, he had three thousand nymph daughtersand three thousand river god sons.

Are Hera's sons from Zeus?

Hera's son Ares is also a son of Zeus. Hephaestus, Hera's other son, is sometimes said to be a son of Zeus, but he is also sometimes considered to be a son of Hera alone. Hera bore Hephaestus alone because she was jealous of Zeus, who bore Athena on his own.

Was the cyclops the son of Zeus?

No - other than the original three Cyclopes, who were the sons of Gaia, the Cyclopes were the sons of Poseidon.

Out of Cronus' three sons who was the eldest who was the second and who was the youngest out of all three?

Hades, Poseidon, Zeus, in that order.

Names of all the sons of Zeus?

Zeus's sons are Apollo, Dionysus, and Hermes.

Who were King Minos' parents and how did they meet?

Minos was one of the three sons of Zeus and Europa; Zeus carried Europa across the sea as a bull.

Who is Zeus two sons?

Zeus had alot more than 2 sons....if i am right he had about 140 sons and daughters

How many sons did Cronus the Greek god have?

Cronus had three sons (Zeus, Hades, and Poseidon) and three daughters (Demeter, Hera, and Hestia). Hades was also known as Pluto

What was the name of Rhea's son?

Greek goddess Rhea had three sons, Zeus, Hades and Poseidon.

Is Erebus one of Zeus' sons?

No, Erebus is the mate of Nyx. They emerged from Chaos. Together Aither and Hemera were born, they in turn bore Thalassa (Sea), Gaea (Earth), and Ouranos (Heaven). Gaea and Ouranos mated to produce Rhea and Cronus, who bore Zeus and Hera. So something like great-great grandfather.