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Greek Deities

This is a compilation of greek gods and goddesses

Which greek deity is considered the creator of everything. Chaos
This is the first child of Chaos, and is ruler of the earth Gaea
The second child of Chaos, is considered the deepest part of the underworld Tartarus
The first child and Husband of Gaea Ouranus
The first god of the sea, and second child of Gaea Pontus
The first set of triplets conceived by Ouranus and Gaea. Their names were: Arges, Brontes, Steropes. Cast into Tartarus by their father. They forged the weapons of the gods. The cyclopes
the second set of Triplets by Ouranus and Gaea. Also cast in to Tartarus by their father. Their names were: Aegaeon, Cottus, Gyes. The helped the gods in the war against the titans. They had fifty heads and one-hundred hands. The Hecatonchires
the third and final child of Chaos, he is sometimes used to describe the underworld, but is actually the shadowy lands one must pass through to reach the underworld. Erebus
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