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Greek Gods and Goddesses

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on 6 March 2013

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Transcript of Greek Gods and Goddesses

Greek Gods and Goddesses Zeus King of the greek gods
Married his sister
Controls thunder, rain, law, order, and fate
Weapons are thunderbolt and scepter
He also has a bad temper Hera Queen of the gods
Her animal is the peacock
She is the goddess of marriage, childbirth, and kings Hades God of the underworld
His animal is Cerberus(a three headed dog)
Brothers Poseidon and Zeus
He is in love with Persephone, Demeter's daughter Ares God of war
His weapon is a bronze tipped arrow
He is the son of Zeus and Hera Apollo God of music, light, archery, and healing
His instrument the lyre
His weapon is the bow and arrow
He is the son of Leto and Zeus Athena Goddess of wisdom which is the highest peak in Greece Olympus it is also known as Mytikas Her symbols are owls and olive trees She popped out of Zeus' head fully grown and in armor Aphrodite Goddess of love and beauty
Her symbols are the myrtle wreath, scallop shells, and apples
She is married to Hephaestus
Her animal is the dove God of the sea
His weapon is the trident
Hades and Zeus are his brothers
He rides dolphins Poseidon Only the Most Powerful Gods Live in... Hermes God of travel and trade
He is the messenger of the gods
He leads dead souls to Hades' domain
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