God of the sky,King of Olympus
God of the sea
Goddess of the harvest
Goddess of marriage, Queen of Olympus
King of the Underworld
Goddess of beauty
god of music
Goddess of the hearth
Goddess of the hunt
God of the forge
goddess of wisdom and war
God of war
God of messengers,thieves, and travelers
Goddess of brightness
Hundred handed and fifty headed monster
Monsters with one eye
God of wind
Goddess of spring flowers
Goddess of childbirth
Goddess of chaos and discord
God of love
Goddess of scarlet
Goddess of the sunset glow
God of sleep
God of shepherds and other minor gods
Goddess of plants, Queen of the underworld
titan of time, father of the big three
the darkest, deepest part of the underworld controlled by Hades
titan of after thought
titan of forethought
the North Wind
the South Wind
the West Wind
the East Wind
teacher of heroes
Muse of Lyrics
Muse of Music
Muse of Comedy
Muse of Tragedy
Muse of Dance
Muse of astronomy
Muse of History
Muse of Hymns
Muse of Epics
lord of river, ocean
a Titan who was forced by Zeus to bear the sky on his shoulders
God of light
Titaness of Memory
goddess of justice
least known of the Titans, overthrown in the Titanomachy war
Titan of intelligence
a ship-devouring whirlpool lying on the other side of a narrow strait from Scylla
a giant with 100 eyes
3-headed dog guarding the entrance to Hades
fire-breathing she-monster with a lion's head and a goat's body and a serpent's tail
Typhon's mate and mother of monsters
three bodied and headed giant
three hideous dragonish sisters that could change men to stone at a glance.
sisters who shared one eye and one tooth
monster with nine heads, cut off one, two grew back
dragon guarding garden of the Hesperides
The most ancient of gods; the personification of the infinity of space preceding creation of the universe
were three powerful goddesses who determined the lives of men. Clotho wove the thread of life; Lachesis measured it out; and Atropos cut it off with her scissors of death.
Aglaia, Euphrosyne, and Thalia
judge in the Underworld
creatures whose songs lured sailors to their deaths
goddess of the night
personification of darkness and shadow
ruler of the underworld during Golden Age
She married Atlas and gave birth to the Hyades, Hyas and the Pleiades.
He is the personification of the upper sky, space, and heaven, and is the elemental god of the "Bright, Glowing, Upper Air." He is the pure upper air that the gods breathe, as opposed to the normal air mortals breathe.
the god of satire, mockery, censure, writers, poets; a spirit of evil-spirited blame and unfair criticism.
god of hard labor and toil
personification of impending doom
daemon personification of Death.
nymphs who tend a blissful garden in a far western corner of the world.
personification of deceit, and was one of the evil spirits released from Pandora's box.
personification of affection and friendship.
was the god of old age.
nymphs of the ash tree
personified the Inachus River
the three thousand daughters of the Titans
a priestess of Hera in Argos
the eldest of the Pleiades
the daughter of Dryops ("oak-man")
one of the seven Pleiades
Her name means "darkness" or "blackness".
An Argive princess and daughter of King Agamemnon and Queen Clytemnestra.
daughter of Aeolus
"Mistress of the animals."
governance according to good laws
presiding tutelary deity that governed the fortune and prosperity of a city
a son of Hermes and Aphrodite.
goddess who personifies persuasion and seduction.
a divine hero
goddess of distress, worry, and anxiety.
the sixth Amazon killed by Heracles
counterpart and companion to the war god Ares.
are a group of winged gods and demi-gods
mother of Heracles.
a prophetic god who served Poseidon
a sea god
wife of Nereus and mother of the Nereids
the chief satyr in the service of Bacchus
A minor pastoral deity and protector of the beekeepers.
Physician of the gods.
god of requited love
daughter of Helius and Perseïs
man who could never eat or drink
The goddess of inevitability, compulsion and necessity.
Goddess of daylight and the sun.
Goddesses of the islands.
The gods of mountains.
A tribe of man-eating giants.
A man eating thrachian giant who was half-man, half-bear
The eldest of the Thracian giants, who was slain by Heracles
Twin giants who attempted to storm Olympus
A Giant who was a great wrestler, killed many strangers, invincible when standing on ground, strangled in the air by Hercules
One of the Thracian giants who made war on the gods
A tribe of six-armed giants fought by the Argonauts on Bear Mountain in Mysia
Legendary hunter from mythology. When he vowed to kill every creature on earth, Artemis asked that he be stopped. A giant scorpion was sent to kill him; but after his death, to honor his bravery the gods asked that he be brought to the heavens, and he forms the famous constellation (with its belt) that bears his name.