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Creation Myths
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Gaia Gaia Uranus Pontus Mountains Erinyes Giants Gaia + Tartarus = Typhoeus
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Uranus and Cronos Uranus imprisoned the children of Gaia His youngest son Cronus overthrew him by castration with a sickle
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Cronos and Zeus Cronos ate his children He was deceived by Rhea to swallow a stone Zeus was hidden in Crete until adulthood
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Titanomachy Zeus defeats the Titans and throws them into the Tartarus His secret weapon is the thunderbolt Atlas punished to hold the sky on his
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Unformatted text preview: shoulders Gigantomachy ● Zeus defeats the giants and then the world is divided ● Zeus takes Heaven ● Hades takes earth ● Poseidon takes sea ● Hestia (household) ● Hera (marriage) ● Demeter (fertility) The 12 Olympians ● Zeus (Jupiter) ● Poseidon (Neptune) ● Hermes ● Apollo (-n /Gr.) ● Hephaistos (Vulcan) ● Ares (Mars) ● Hera (Juno) ● Aphrodite (Venus) ● Demeter (Ceres) ● Hestia (Vesta) ● Athena (Minerva) ● Artemis (Diana)...
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