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Greek/Roman Gods/Goddesses, Heroes and Creatures
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Notebook p. 17
Greek and Roman Goddesses and Gods
Greek name Roman Name Title
Zeus
Apollo
Hermes
Poseidon
Ares
Hephasstus
Dionysus
Pan
Eros
Hades
Athena
Artimus
Aphrodite
Hera
Demeter
Jupiter
Phoebus Apollo
Mercury
Neptune
Mars
Vulcan
Bacchus
Pan
Cupid
Pluto
Minerva
Diana
Venus
Uno
Ceres
King of Gods
God of Light
Messenger of the Gods
God of the Sea
God of War
God of Fire
God of Wine
God of Woods and Pastures
God of Love
God of Underworld
Goddess of Wisdom
Goddess of the Hunt
Goddess of Love/Beauty
Queen of the Gods
Goddess of Grain/Crops
Heroes and Creatures
Heracles
Oedipus
Mightiest mortal; son of Zeus; given 12 labors to complete
Hero of Thebes; solved riddle of the Sphynx; married his mother
Perseus
Medusa
Jason
Theseus
Minotaur
Atalanta
Bellerphon
Pegasus
Pandora
Son of Zeus; slayer of Medusa
Gorgon who changed people to stone
Led Argonauts to search for Golden Fleece
King of Athens; killed Minotaur
Half-human,half-bull who lived in the labyrinth on Crete
Fastest mortal, hunter of the Caladonian boar
Mortal who rode Pegasus
White-winged horse
First woman; opened box of evils
Greek/Roman Gods/Goddesses, Heroes and Creatures
Atlas
Narcissus
Orpheus
Eurydice
Titans
Cyclops
Midas
Persephone
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Notebook p. 17
Giant who supported earth on his shoulders
Beautiful human who fell in love with his image
Greatest musician married to Eurydice
Wife of Orpheus; condemned to underworld
Giants who ruled before the Olympic gods
Monster with one eye
Richest human; everything he touched turned to gold
Daughter of Demeter; goddess of spring; kidnapped by Pluto