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Gods and Goddesses

Greek Gods and Goddesses

Zeus He was known as the king of the gods. He was the god of lightening, the sky, and rain. He could also shapeshift himself to look like any person or animal.
Hera She was the wife of Zeus. She was the queen of all the gods and was known as the goddess of marriage.
Hades He was the god of the Underworld. He ruled over the souls who had died.
Athena She was the goddess of wisdom. The city-state of Athens was named after her for they favored knowledge as an important human trait.
Artemis She was the goddess of the hunt and moon.
Apollo He was the god of the sun and light. According to the ancient Greeks, he made sure the sun rose each day to bring light to the world.
Ares He was the god of war. The Greeks would often pray to Ares before a battle in hopes that he would bring them victory
Hephaestus He was the god of forges and fire. The ancient Greeks regarded him as the ultimate handyman. He was thought to have built powerful weapons, tools, and other items for the gods.
Hermes He was a messenger god. He was tasked with carrying important messages from one god or goddess to another
Hestia She was the goddess of the home. Women in ancient Greece would often pray to Hestia to protect their home and watch over their families.
Poseidon He was the god of the seas. He controlled the tides, the waves, and could ensure the success or doom of a voyage…so the ancient Greeks thought!
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