god of wine, vegetation, pleasure, festivity, and agriculture. Known as wanderer god. Depicted as older god or feminine, long haired young person with a leopard, holding a cup of wine and a vine
god of sky, heaven, earth, men. Symbols are Eagle and the Oak. He was very powerful in battle, but unfaithful, had many affairs with nymphs and mortal women. Son of titan Cronos, defeats him and rescues his siblings
Son of Cronos. God of sea, earthquakes, and horses. Symbol is trident, stallion, tidal wave, and sea monster. Moody and violent, said to be cause of drowning and shipwrecks.
Born from sea foam, or daughter of Zeus. Goddess of love, beauty, sexuality, and fertility. Symbols are shell, dolphin, dove, lovebirds, swans, golden apple, pomegranates, roses, and foam. Seductive, beautiful, romantic, passionate, soft spoken, girly, demanding
god of the underworld. Has passionate side, not evil or bad, has elements of trickery and concealment. Symbols are helm of darkness, and three headed dog Cerberus.
Son of Hera. God of smiths and originally of fire. Symbols are volcano, fire, metal, hammers, axe and tongs. Has poor self control and is "lame" (paralyzed)
Daughter of Zeus and Leto, Apollo's twin. Goddess of the hunt, wilderness, the moon, protector of youth. Signs are the crescent moon and her bow and arrow. She is bloodthirsty, quick to anger, dangerous to annoy or approach.
Born from Zeus' head, Zeus' favorite child. goddess of wisdom, crafts, warfare, Acropolis, olive oil, and guardian of cities. Signs are owl, olive tree, snake, her sheild, armor, helmet, spear. She is wise, skilled in crafts, prefers not to fight.
Son of Zeus and Hera. God of war, strife, strength, and courage. Signs are helmet, armor, spear, chariot, throne. He is cruel, bloodthirsty, untrustworthy, immature, courageous, unintelligent.
God of shepards, land travel, merchants, weights and measures, oratory/ literature, athletics, and theives. Symbols are heralds staff, winged cap, and winged sandals. Prankster genius, youngest god, helps mortals, guides souls to underworld.
Son of Zeus. God of prophecy/ oracles, healing, plague/disease, music/song, poetry, archery, protection of young. Symbols are sun, lyre, bow, chariot he drives sun across, swans, wolves, raven, flute. He is honest, protective, and kind unless wronged, creative.
Goddess of women and marriage, queen of the gods. Symbols are crown, pomegranate, lotus tipped scepter, willow. cow, and peacock.
In charge of creation, stole fire from Zeus for humans. Chained to a cliff for an eagle to pick at his liver.
brough by Eris, goddess of strife to wedding, on it written "for the fairest". Paris judges contest for who wins it
military glory and wisdom, in exchange for the golden apple
power, in exchange for the golden apple
the most beautiful woman in the world as his wife, in exchange for the golden apple
Judgement of Paris
Paris chooses Aphrotdite, wins Helen of Troy
daughter of Tyndareus and Leda, and Zeus, beauty famous
Oath of the Greek Suitors
all Greek warrior leaders that Helen does not choose as husband must agree to avenge any insult to her, fight to get her back
son of Peleus and Thetis, educated by Chiron, greatest warrior in Greece
when he is an infant, mother dips him in River Styx because prophecy says he will die in battle. Dips all except...
Achilles' mom hides him on island of Scyros, disguised as girl. Odysseus goes to get him by offering jewels to all girls and one weapon, Achilles reaches for weapon, Odysseus gets him
leader of ships, bitten by snake on the way to Troy, smells so bad that he is left on an island. Greeks find out that they cannot win without him. When they retrieve him, he kills Paris
leader of Greek forces. insults apollo and Achilles
Agamemnons Insult to Apollo
takes priestess of Apollo as woman slave, Apollo sends 9 days of plague as a punishment
Agamemnon's insult to Achilles
takes Achilles slave girl instead of priestess, Achilles so mad he withdraws his forces
friend of Achilles, wants to return to battle so Achilles lets him, and gives him his armor. Killed by Hector. This makes Achilles return
greatest Trojan warrior. Killed Patroclus. Killed by Achilles, body mutilated and then sold for ransom to Troy
trojan prophet and son of Priam, says that Greeks cannot capture Troy without Philoctetes
statue of Athena that was supposed to give Trojans strength to go on, stolen by Oxysseus and Diomedes
built by Epeius, filled with soldiers, Trojans bring it in, soldiers attack at night
warns Troy of Trojan horse, only to be killed by a sea monster
another name for Troy