Chelsea Forwood
Greek Gods

Zeus
  • ž Ruler of Olympian Gods
  • ž Overthrew father Cronus
  • ž Rain god, lord of the sky
  • ž Weapon is thunderbolt
  • ž Married to Hera…(but has many affairs)
  • ž Punishes those that lie and break oaths
  • ž Represented as the god of justice and mercy, the protector of the weak, and the punisher of the wicked.
  • ž His breastplate was the aegis, his bird was the eagle, his tree was the oak
Poseidon
  • ž God of the sea, protector of all waters
  • ž Married Amphitrite, a granddaughter of the Titan Oceanus
  • ž Created the first horse to impress Demeter
  • ž His weapon is the Trident (can shake the earth and shatter any object)
  • ž Is second only to Zeus in power amongst the gods.
  • žHas a difficult quarrelsome personality, was greedy, and had a series of disputes with other gods when he tried to take over their cities.
Hades
  • ž Lord of the underworld, rules over the dead
  • ž Is a greedy god
  • ž Obsessed with increasing his subjects
  • ž Anyone that helps in that he favors greatly
  • ž Refuses to let anyone leave
  • ž is the god of wealth, (precious metals mined from earth)
  • ž has a helmet that makes him invisible.
  • ž rarely leaves the underworld.
  • ž is unpitying and terrible, but not capricious.
  • ž wife is Persephone whom he abducted
  • ž is the King of the dead but, death itself is another god, Thanatos
Aris
  • ž Son of Zeus and Hera
  • ž Was disliked by both parents
  • ž Is the god of war
  • ž Is considered murderous and bloodstained but, also a coward
  • ž Was caught in an act of adultery with Aphrodite and her husband Hephaestus publically ridiculed him
  • ž Bird is the vulture.
  • ž Animal is the dog.
Apollo
  • ž Son of Zeus and Leto
  • ž Twin sister is Artemis
  • ž Is the god of music, playing a golden lyre.
  • ž The Archer, far shooting with a silver bow.
  • ž The god of healing who taught man medicine.
  • ž The god of light.
  • ž The god of truth, who can not speak a lie.
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  • ž Harnesses his chariot with four horses an drives the Sun across the sky.
  • ž Is famous for his oracle at Delphi.
  • ž Tree was the laurel.
  • ž The crow his bird.
  • ž The dolphin his animal.
Hermes
  • ž The most clever of the Olympian gods
  • ž messenger to all the other gods.
  • ž Son of Zeus and Maia
  • ž The fastest of the gods
  • ž Wears winged sandals, a winged hat, and carries a magic wand
  • ž The god of thieves and god of commerce
  • ž The guide for the dead to go to the underworld
  • ž Invented the lyre, the pipes, the musical scale, astronomy , weights and measures, boxing, gymnastics, and the care of olive trees.
Hephaestus
  • ž The son of Zeus and Hera
  • ž It is thought that Hera alone produced him and that he has no father
  • ž The only god to be physically ugly
  • ž Is lame- Hera, upset by having an ugly child, flung him from Mount Olympus into the sea, breaking his legs. Others that he took Hera's side in an argument with Zeus and Zeus flung him off Mount Olympus
  • ž The god of fire and the forge
  • ž The smith and armorer of the gods
  • ž Uses a volcano as his forge
  • ž Is the patron god of both smiths and weavers
  • ž Is kind and peace loving
  • žWife is Aphrodite

Greek Goddesses (Audrey)
1) Aphrodite- goddess of love, beauty and desire
2) Artemis- virgin goddess of the hunt, wilderness, animals, young girls, childbirth and plague
3) Athena- goddess of wisdom, warfare, battle strategy, heroic endeavour, handicrafts & reason
4) Demeter- goddess of agriculture, horticulture, grain and harvest
5) Hera- queen of marriage, women, childbirth, heirs, kings and empires
6) Hestia- virgin goddess of the hearth, home and cooking
7) Ananke- goddess of inevitability, compulsion and necessity
8) Gaia- mother earth, mother of the titans
9) Hemera- goddess of daylight
10) The Nesoi- goddesses of the islands
11) Nyx- goddess of the night
12) Mnemosyne- titan of memory and remembrance, mother of the 9 muses
13) Rhea- titan of female fertility, motherhood and generation
14) Tethys- wife of Oceanus, mother of the rivers, streams, springs, fountains and clouds
15) Theia- titan of sight and the shining light of the clear blue sky
16) Eurynome- titan of water meadows and pasturelands
17) Clymene- titan of renown, fame and infamy
18) Leto- titan of motherhood
19) Metis- titan of good counsel, advice, planning, cunning, craftiness and wisdom

Concepts (Audrey)
1) Achlys- spirit of the death mist
2) Adephagia- spirit of satiety and gluttony
3) Adikia- spirit of injustice and wrongdoing
4) Aergia- spirit of idleness, laziness indolence and sloth
5) Agon- spirit of contest
6) Aidos- spirit of modesty, reverence, and respect
7) Aisa- personification of lot and fate
8) Alala- spirit of the war cry
9) Alastor- spirit of blood feuds and vengeance
10) Aletheia- spirit of truth, truthfulness and sincerity
11) The Algea- spirits of pain and suffering
  1. Achos- trouble and distress
  2. Ania- ache and anguish
  3. Lupe- pain, grief and sadness
12) Alke- spirit of prowess and courage
13) Amechania- spirit of helplessness and want of means
14) The Amphilogiai- spirits of disputes, debate and contention
15) Anaideia- spirit of ruthlessness, shamelessness and unforgivingness
16) The Androktasiai- spirits of battlefield slaughter
17) Angelia- spirit of messages, tidings and proclamations
18) Apate- spirit of deceit, guile, fraud and deception
19) Apheleia- spirit of simplicity
20) Aporia- spirit of difficulty, perplexity, powerlessness and want of means
21) The Arae- spirits of curses
22) Arete- spirit of virtue, excellence, goodness, and valour
23) Ate- spirit of delusion, infatuation, blind folly, recklessness and ruin
24) Bia- spirit of force, power, bodily strength and compulsion
25) Caerus- spirit of opportunity
26) Corus- spirit of surfeit
27) Deimos- spirit of fear, dread and terror
28) Dikaiosyne- spirit of justice and righteousness
29) Dike- spirit of justice, fair judgments and the rights established by custom and law
30) Dolos- spirit of trickery, cunning deception, craftiness, treachery and guile
31) Dysnomia- spirit of lawlessness and poor civil constitution
32) Dyssebeia- spirit of impiety
33) Eirene- goddess of peace
34) Ekecheiria- spirit of truce, armistice and the cessation of all hostilities
35) Eleos- spirit of mercy, pity and compassion
36) Elpis- spirit of hope and expectation
37) Epiphron- spirit of prudence, shrewdness, thoughtfulness, carefulness and sagacity
38) Eris- spirit of strife, discord, contention and rivalry
39) The Erotes
  1. Anteros- god of requited love
  2. Eros- god of love and sexual intercourse
  3. Hedylogos- god of sweet talk and flattery
  4. Himeros- god of sexual desire
  5. Pothos- god of sexual longing, yearning and desire
40) Eucleia- spirit of good repute and glory
41) Eulabeia- spirit of discretion, caution and circumspection
42) Eunomia- goddess of good order and lawful conduct
43) Eupheme- spirit of words of good omen, acclamation, praise, applause and shouts of triumph
44) Eupraxia- spirit of well being
45) Eusebeia- spirit of piety, loyalty, duty and filial respect
46) Euthenia- spirit of prosperity, abundance and plenty
47) Geras- spirit of old age
48) Harmonia- goddess of harmony and concord
49) Hebe- goddess of youth
50) Hedone- spirit of pleasure, enjoyment and delight
51) Heimarmene- personification of share destined by fate
52) Homados- spirit of the din of battle
53) Homonoia- spirit of concord, unanimity and oneness of mind
54) Horkos- spirit of oaths
55) Horme- spirit of impulse or effort, eagerness, setting oneself in motion and starting an action
56) Hybris- spirit of outrageous behavior
57) Hypnos- god of sleep
58) The Hysminai- spirits of fighting and combat
59) Ioke- spirit of pursuit in battle
60) Kakia- spirit of vice and moral badness
61) Kalokagathia- spirit of nobility
62) The Keres- spirit of violent or cruel death
63) Koalemos- spirit of stupidity and foolishness
64) Kratos- spirit of strength, might, power and sovereign rule
65) Kydoimos- spirit of the din of battle, confusion, uproar and hubbub
66) Lethe- spirit of forgetfulness and oblivion, and of the river of the same name
67) Limos- spirit of hunger and starvation
68) The Litae- spirits of prayer
69) Lyssa- spirit of rage, fury and rabies in animals
70) The Machai- spirits of fighting and combat