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Greek Gods

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Sarah Miao

on 25 November 2012

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Transcript of Greek Gods

On Mount
Olympus... There lives many gods and goddess Let's find out more about
these Olympians... And what they represent Zeus God of the sky and thunder Poseidon God of the seas, earthquakes and horses Hades God of the underworld, dead and
the riches under the Earth Hera Goddess of marriage and family Ares God of war, violence and bloodshed Aphrodite Goddess of love, beauty and desire Athena Goddess of wisdom, handcrafts,
defense and strategic warfare Hermes God of commerce and thieves Artemis Goddess of hunt, archery, childbirth, the moon and all animals Apollo God of light, knowledge, music, poetry, prophecy and archery Dionysus God of wine, celebration and ecstasy • King of all gods
• Youngest child of Titans Cornous and Rhea
• Husband of Hera
• Symbols: thunderbolt, eagle, bull and oak •Married to the Nereid Amphitrite
•Middle son of Cronus and Rhea
•Symbols: horses, bull, dolphin and trident •Queen of the gods
•Youngest daughter of Cronus and Rhea
•Wife of Zeus
•Symbols: peacock, pomegranate, crown, cuckoo, lion and cow •Son of Zeus and Hera
•Symbols include the boar, serpent, dog, vulture, spear and shield •Daughter of Zeus and the Oceanid Dione
•Married to Hephaestus
•Symbols include the dove, bird, apple, bee, swan, myrtle and rose •Daughter of Zeus and the Oceanid Metis
•Symbols include the owl and the olive tree •Messenger of the gods
•Son of Zeus and the nymph Maia
•Married to Dryope
•Symbols: the caduceus, winged sandals and cap, stork and tortoise •Daughter of Zeus and Leto
•Twin sister of Apollo
•Symbols: the moon, deer hound, she-bear, snake, cypress tree
and bow and arrow •Son of Zeus and Leto
•Twin brother of Artemis
•Symbols: Sun, lyre, bow and arrow raven dolphin, wolf, swan and mouse •Son of Zeus and mortal Theban princess Semele
•Married to Cretan princess Ariadne
•Youngest Olympian
•Symbols: grapevine, ivy, cup, tiger, panther, leopard, dolphin and goat •He lives in the Underworld rather than on Mount Olympus
•Oldest male child of Cornous and Rhea
•Husband of Persephone
•Symbols: Cerberus, drinking horn, scepter, cypress, narcissus and key Video Sources: Click on the video to look at more pictures of the Olympians http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Twelve_Olympians
http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/2/2d/Michelangelo_Bacchus.jpg/200px-Michelangelo_Bacchus.jpg http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/7/71/Hades-et-Cerberus-III.jpg/200px-Hades-et-Cerberus-III.jpg
http://www.youtube.com/12 olympian gods and goddesses
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