Why was Poseidon important to the Greeks?

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Poseidon was an ancient god in Greek mythology who was commonly known as 'God of the Sea'. Since most of Greek civilization was made through crossing oceans, they relied on him for protection against enemies and fish trading.
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Because the fished a lot.
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black hair, tall, average body Circumference face like Johnny deep. Hades. Tall with the business suit average teacher looking poseidon. he was important because when they travel
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poseidon was one of the three original greek gods along with hades and
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Not to sound a bit arrogant, but if you read the books it shows that Sally Jackson named Percy after Perseus because he was one of the very few heroes in mythology who actually survived
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