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Poseidon Outline[1]

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Outline Poseidon I. Introduction A. Have you ever seen the god of water standing above a body of water holding a three prong spear? B. This god is known as the great Poseidon. He was very greedy when he took over the cities. C. I think this is a good to know the facts about Poseidon because the facts about him are amazing. D. Poseidon is the Greek god of the sea. He was the son of Cronos and Rhea. E. His weapon was used to shake the earth and shatter any object. II. Body A. Poseidon was in charge of the safety of the people at sea. 1. He was in charge of watching over the sea and the sea goers. 2. Poseidon was told to make the most beautiful animal. 3. So, he made the first horse for a Greek goddess. 4. Poseidon was also the horse-god, and the ancient Greeks would sacrifice horses to him and sink them into the sea. 5. There have been many stories about how Poseidon was the god of all of these things B. Poseidon’s relatives 1. Poseidon was the son of Cronos and Rhea.
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