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In Greek mythology, the Titanomachy was a war that lasted for ten years between the Titans and the Olympian gods. It consisted of a series of battles fought in Thessaly. The purpose of the war was to decide who would rule the universe – the reigning Titans or the new gods led by Zeus. The war ended with victory for the Olympians, the younger generation of gods. #war #titan #olympian #battle #symbolsage
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Kronos the King of the Titans and the most powerful child of Gaea and Ouranos History The Titans were the youngest of the three races born to Gaea the Earth and Ouranos the Sky after the Hekatonkheires and the Cyclopes respectively. All were detested by their father, but he both feared and hated the elder children so much that he imprisoned them in the abyss of Tartarus. Enraged, Gaea got pregnant and told her remaining children to avenge their brothers and overthrow their draconian father…
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Coeus, the Greek Titan of intelligence and keeper of wisdom, married Phoebe, the Titaness of the Moon and the couple was blessed with two daughters, Asteria and Leto.
Chris saved to Greek and Roman Mythologies
Before the Olympians, there were the Titans. Powerful rulers of the universe, the Titans were eventually overthrown.
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The Hecatoncheires, also known as the Hundred Handers, are giant beings from Greek myth who are brothers to the Titans and the Greek gods. Born with one hundred hands and fifty heads, all flailing awkwardly in opposite directions, the Hekatonkheires were seen as disgusting by their father Ouranos and imprisoned back inside their mother's womb. The most well known of the Hekatonkheire are the three siblings, firstborn among the Hekatonkheire. These three were named Briareus or Aegaeon (the…
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The Colossus of Rhodes was a statue of the Greek god Helios, erected on the Greek island of Rhodes by Chares of Lindos between 292 and 280 BC
The Colossus of Rhodes was a statue of the Greek god Helios, erected on the Greek island of Rhodes by Chares of Lindos between 292 and 280 BC. It was one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. Before its destruction in 226 BC, the Colossus of Rhodes stood over 30 metres high. Picture by Flickrs elel_442.
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Learn about the Greek myth of the titan Prometheus, why he's considered the light bringer, and his similarities to the Christian Jesus Christ.
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