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Ancient Greece (priests/priestesses

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Priests and Priestesses
By James Roberts
Teacher: Mrs.Digrazia
Hephaestus
Hephaestus-Only Olympian that limped.
He was the son of Zeus and Hera, he was a God of Fire and Forge. Created Pandora (the first woman) out of clay.
Anvil
Aphrodite-Goddess of love
Apollo
Apollo and Artemis were twins-Magical children of Zeus and Leto.
Apollo -VERY protective of his mother
Pegasus
Pegasus (the flying horse) was the son of Poseidon and Medusa. (yes the snake headed lady and the ocean god) Some say he would carry wounded soldiers from battle, others tried to capture Pegasus and some did, but the gods intervened-to alter what would really happen.
Hero
Hero, was the priestess of Aphrodite. There were priestess's/priests of certain Gods like Hero. She lived on the European side of the Hellespont in Sestos in Thrace.
Laogonus
Laogonus was the son of Onetor. He was the Trojan priest of Zeus on Mount Ida.
Laocoon
Laocoon was the Trojan seer and priest of Apollo that mistrusted the Trojan horse.
Panthous
Panthous was the father of Eurphorbus, Hyperenor, and Polydamas he was a priest of Apollo and a Trojan elder.
Thank you all for listening to my Prezi, if you have any more things you'd like to learn about, go to greece.mrdonn.org and read Ancient Greek Beliefs By Perry L. Westmoreland (which can also be found online at:
http://books.google.com/books?id=v8AvHMepO8wC&pg=PA143&lpg=PA143&dq=list+of+ancient+greek+priests+and+priestesses&source=bl&ots=_vIJ1HfKNH&sig=z_SwuhqNn5dAmj8xBM_IMv3NQXI&hl=en&sa=X&ei=DdieUJmvC-i90AHKrIGgCQ&ved=0CFYQ6AEwBw#v=onepage&q=list%20of%20ancient%20greek%20priests%20and%20priestesses&f=false.).
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