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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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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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Perses (Πέρσης) is one of the great Titans that takes part in the Second Titanomachy in God of War III. In Greek Mythology, Perses (Ancient Greek: Πέρσης, English: Destroyer) was the Titan of Destruction. He was the son of Titan siblings, Crius and Eurybia and was wed to Asteria, his cousin, daughter of Titans Phoebe and Koios. Perses had one child noted in mythology, Hekate, honored by Zeus above all others as the goddess of sorcery, graves, ghosts, necromancy, witchcraft, and magic. She…
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