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Why is Poseidon called Poseidon?

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Poseidon could be called such for a possible meaning of his name "husband of Earth".

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If the planets are named after the Greek and Roman gods is there a planet named Poseidon?

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Why was Poseidon called the Earthshaker?

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What is Poseidon allusions?

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What god is Poseidon known as?

He is the god of the sea. In roman mythology, Poseidon is called Neptune. He is also the one that causes earthquakes and Poseidon is the creator of horses.


Who do you think was called the shaker of the earth?

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How do you spell Poseidon in Roman?

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What god is similar to Poseidon?

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