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Greek god and Goddesses

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Alec Mummer

on 4 May 2011

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Transcript of Greek god and Goddesses

Greek Gods and Goddesses Poseidon Poseidon's symbol is a trident Poseidon's relatives are Cronos, Rhea, Oceanus, Zeus, Hades, Chiron, Hera, Demeter, Hestia, and Amphitrite. Poseidon's realm is the sea. Poseidon's traits are greedy, violent, and nice. A myth is that Poseidon and his girlfriend (Medusa) got into one of Athena's tempals with the help of Medusa's two sister's. Athena got mad and turned Medusa and her sisters into the three gorgans. Athena Athena's symbol is the owl. Athena's relatives are Zeus, Metis, Gaea, Ouranos Athena's realm was war and wisdom. Curious, courages, power, intelligence, compassionate and loving
A myth is that Poseidon and his girlfriend (Medusa) got into one of Athena's tempals with the help of Medusa's two sister's. Athena got mad and turned Medusa and her sisters into the three gorgans. Pan Pan's symbol is a flute or a goat. Poseidon's roman name is neptune Athena's roman name was Minerva Pan's roman name is Faunus. Pan's relatives are Hermes, Dryope, and other Satyrs. Pan's realm is the wild. Pan's personality traits are protective and gentle. A myth is that Pan played the flute so well he challenged Apollo in a music contest. Pan lost and Apollo received the prize because of the Lyre.
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