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There is no specific symbol associated with Prometheus, but he is most closely associated with fire. Prometheus was the immortal who gave mankind the gift of fire in direct opposit...

List of Greek mythological figures

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Although Apollo is the god of the sun in Roman mythology, Helios is the god of the sun in Greek mythology.

Greek Gods & Goddesses | An Illustrated Guide, Theoi.com

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The gods of the Greek pantheon are divided here into several categories. The first three of these--the Olympian gods, Titan gods, & primeval gods--represent the ...

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Most of the Roman and Greek Gods and Goddesses share enough attributes to be considered roughly the same, but with a different name -- Latin for the Roman, Greek for the Greek. Some of the Roman and Greek gods and goddesses -- Apollo , for instance -- have only the one... More »
By N.S. Gill, About.com Guide

Meet the Greek Gods - Rick Riordan

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Please select a name from the list below to view the Greek god's description. Zeus. Zeus. God of the Sky (Zoos). Distinguishing Features: Pinstriped suit, neatly  ...

Greek Gods and Goddesses • Facts and Information

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Facts and information on the many Greek gods and goddesses of ancient mythology. From the Olympian gods and goddesses down to the minor gods and  ...

Ancient Greece - Gods and Goddesses - The British Museum

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Zeus was the king of the gods. He could control the weather. The ancient Greek poet, Hesiod, called him the 'cloud-gatherer' and the 'thunderer'. His most ...

Greek Gods List • Names of the Greek Gods

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There have been many Greek gods mentioned across thousands of stories in Greek mythology – from the Olympian gods all the way down to the many minor ...

Greek Gods - BrainPOP

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Tim, Moby, and BrainPOP introduce the complicated family tree of the major Greek gods. Discover who ruled each region of the universe and where the gods  ...

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Q: How to identify greek gods?
A: 1. Look at the head of the god or goddess depicted. This can give one of the best clues as to who the deity is. For example, Athena is usually depicted as weari... Read More »
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Q: Who is the Greek god Triton?
A: He is the son of Poseidon. Read More »
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Q: Who is the greek god of writing?
A: The Greeks actually did write but they weren't really interested in it to a level where they would make a god for writing and also it's not as important as war,... Read More »
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Q: Who is the Greek god of cooking?
A: There was no particular god of cooking. Hestia is close enough: she is the Greek goddess of the hearth fire, hence presiding over domestic life. Read More »
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Q: Who is the greek god of agriculture?
A: The Greek God of agriculture is Demeter. Read More »
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