The number of children Poseidon fathered is debatable, but at least a hundred children are said to be his offspring. Poseidon was much like Zeus with his love of women and numerous offspring.
Poseidon had a number of children that are well known in Greek mythology and not all of them were human in form. His son Triton was a merman who could change shape at will. It is said that his union with Medusa on the floor of the Athena temple produced Pegasus, the winged horse, and Chrysaor, who appeared human. The child Poseidon had with Demeter was a stallion who could talk, due to their joining while they were both in the form of horses.Learn More
Poseidon is the Greek God of the Sea, and as such he had responsibilities such as protecting and/or killing fishermen and sailors perceived to be a threat to the ancient Greeks. Furthermore, Poseidon oversaw earthquakes, was the patron of horses and was also thought to be involved in the presence of epilepsy.Full Answer >
Greek mythology lists Rhode and Benthesikyme as the daughters of Poseidon and his wife, Amphitrite. Poseidon had numerous offspring with other creatures from mythological lore, but only two daughters and one son with his wife.Full Answer >
In Greek mythology, Poseidon lives in an underwater palace in the sea instead of on Mt. Olympus with the other gods. Poseidon is god of the sea, horses and earthquakes.Full Answer >
According to Reference.com, Poseidon is the god of water and the seas in Greek mythology. Poseidon is the son of Cronus and Rhea, and his brothers include Zeus and Hades. Since he is god of all water, Poseidon is closely connected to the craft of navigation.Full Answer >