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Transcript of Poseidon
Amphitrite, Poseidon's wife, is another minor god who is the creator of all the oceans great beauties.
•He was the great Olympian god of the sea, rivers, flood and drought, earthquakes, and horses.
•He was a son of Cronus and Rhea
•He was accordingly a brother of Zeus, Hades, Hera, Hestia and Demeter, and it was determined by lot that he should rule over the sea.
•Like his brothers and sisters, he was, after his birth, swallowed by his father Cronus, but thrown up again.
•Poseidon is described as indeed equal to Zeus in dignity, but weaker.
In the story The Odyssey, Poseidon shows relentless anger toward Odysseus. Poseidon used his power to terrorize other people or cities if the somehow angered him.
Another myth about Poseidon is when he got into a contest with Athena over Athens, but became very in raged when he lost.
Some say that when anyone offended Poseidon, he used to strike the ground with his trident, causing earthquakes and shipwrecks. He is known as the 'earth-shaker'. To avoid his anger, sailors used to pray to him for a safe journey.
Poseidon, God of the Sea
Video Clip from Percy Jackson and the Olympians
It is believed that Zeus acquired the sky; Hades took the underworld while Poseidon was in charge of the sea. It is believed that Poseidon liked to stay under the waters with his queen Amphitrite. He is supposed to have lived in a palace made out of gems and corals.
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The trident and the dolphin are Poseidon's symbols.
The Temple of Poseidon in Sounion, Greece.
He was know as being proud, self-sufficient, and stubborn. He would become very angry if he was betrayed, but was very loyal. He could be gentle , but also fierce like the ocean he ruled.He was wise, passionate, and unpredictable. His major weakness was his lust for women.