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first greek goddess, or Mother goddess in greek mythology; Mother Earth, who nourishes all life.
thirteen; race of immortals who, with their children, ruled the universe before the gods conquered them.
(saturn) younget child; god of the sky after Uranus and ruler of the titans; father of the first six Greek gods: Zeus, Poseidon, Hades, Hera, Demeter, and Hestia
(Cybele) sister and wife of Cronus; a Great Goddess or Mother Goddess like Gaea; mother of Zeus, Poseidon, Hades, Hera, Demeter, and Hestia
(Jupiter, Jove) youngest, most intelligent, and most powerful child; lord of the sky after Cronus; ruler of the gods; maintains order in the world of mortals; protects strangers and guests.
(Ceres) sister of Zeus; a Great Goddess or Mother Goddess like Rhea and Gaea; goddess of grain
twin of Artemis; god of prophecy, medicine, archery, and music; god of the sun in late Greek and Roman mythology
(Diana) twin of Apollo; goddess of the hunt; goddess of the moon in late Greek and Roman mythology.
(Minerva) goddess of arts and crafts and defensive war; helper of the heros; goddess of wisdom in late Greek and Roman mythology
(Vulcan) husband of Aphrodite; metalsmith of the gods, famous for his creativity and skill
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