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List of Greek Gods and Goddesses
The following list of Greek Gods and Goddesses is a complete list of the major and minor deities of Greek mythology. The list is presented in alphabetical order by Greek name, with commonly alternate names following, including both Roman and Etruscan versions. Some of the more famous heroes and demigods are also included for good measure. If you would prefer to have your deities sorted by gender, there are also lists of Greek Gods Only and Greek Goddesses Only. Looking for more gods and goddesses? Check out our list of Egyptian Gods and Goddesses. All Rights Reserved.
Join Vikidia: create your account now and improve it! This is a list of the gods and goddesses of Greek mythology. Roman Mythology uses different names, calling Zeus by the name of Jupiter, and Aphrodite by the name of Venus, for example. The Roman names are often better known to English-speaking people than the Greek names. These gods are the most important and powerful gods. The home of these gods was Mount Olympus , except for Hades who is only allowed on Olympus once a year. Hades lives in the Underworld the rest of the time.
Gods Agapa Goddess of joy and love daughter of Archon twin sister of Chara helped Apollymi The primary goddess Braith Destroyer of the Atlantean pantheon.
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FAMILY OF THE ATLANTEAN KINGS
But he was late in beginning, and ended his life before his work. Therefore the greater our delight in what he actually wrote, the greater is our distress in view of what he left undone. For as the Olympieium in the city of Athens, so the tale of the lost Atlantis in the wisdom of Plato is the only one among many beautiful works to remain unfinished. Account of the Egyptian priest According to Plato's account it was Solon , the Athenian statesman and poet whom History says lived years after the Trojan War , the one who brought from Egypt the story of Atlantis. Periodical destruction of mankind This Egyptian priest knew that humankind is periodically destroyed, either by fire or water, or by lesser means.
Atlantis, the Antediluvian World , by Ignatius Donnelly, , at sacred-texts. This profoundly wise and great man, who has illuminated every subject which he has touched, guessed very close to the truth in this utterance. The Hon. Gladstone has had quite a debate of late with Mr. Cox as to whether the Greek mythology was underlaid by a nature worship, or a planetary or solar worship. Peru, worshipping the sun and moon and planets, probably represents very closely the simple and primitive religion of Atlantis, with its sacrifices of fruits and flowers. This passed directly to their colony in Egypt.
ATLANTIS was a legendary island realm of the far west which was sunk beneath the ocean by the gods to punish its people for their immorality. Diodorus Siculus describes their Titan-mythology and wars with the Libyan Amazones. Plato may have the same nation in mind for he names the second Atlantean king Gadeiros after a famous Phoenician colony near the Straits of Gibraltar. Other realms proposed by philosophers and writers which resemble Atlantis include the fabulous southern island of Pankhaia Panchaea and the blessed Heliades islands. Plato, Timaeus 24e - 25d trans. Bury Greek philosopher C4th B.