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Out of chaos comes
Gaea- Mother Earth
First, Gaea gives birth to
Uranus
Uranus is
Father Sky
Children of Gaea and Uranus include
cyclops
hundred handed giants
titans
furies
other giants
The titans are
zeus
hera
poseidon
hades
demeter
hestia

(zebras have purple hats during hat-season)
The furies
serpent-haired goddesses of vengeance
cry poisonous tears, hunt murderers
zeus- roman name
jupiter or jove
zeus is the god of
sky, gods, man
zeus's symbols are
thunderbolt, eagle, oak
zeus's wife
hera
hera's roman name
juno
hera is the goddess of
women, marriage, childbirth, stars
hera's symbols are
cow, peacock
argus is
hundred-eyed spy, hera's bodyguard
poseidon's roman name is
neptune
poseidon is the god of
the sea
poseidon's symbols are
dolphin, trident, horse
poseidon showed his anger by
storms, floods, earthquakes
hades's roman name was
pluto
hades is the god of
death and the underworld
the river styx-
formed boundary between earth and the underworld
charon
underworld spirit who ferried the dead into the underworld (coin)
cerberus
fluffy
elysian fields
paradise after death, luxurious
tartarus
underworld of torment
demeter's roman name is
ceres
demeter is the goddess of
the harvest
persephone is
demeter's daughter who was abducted by hades
hestia's roman name is
vesta
hestia is the goddess of
the hearth and the home
daughters of zeus and mnemosyne
the nine muses
name the nine muses
calliope
erato
clio
polyhymnia
thalia
urania
terpsichore
melpomene
euterpe
calliope
epic poetry
erato
love poetry
clio
history
polyhymnia
religious song
thalia
comedy
urania
astronomy
terpsichore
dance
melpomene
tragedy
euterpe
lyric poetry
who are the three fates?
clotho
lachesis
atropos
job of atropos
spins the thread of life
job of lachesis
allots the length of the yarn
job of atropos
snips the thread of life
sisyphus's punishment
to roll a boulder up a hill to only have it roll back down again
tantalus
stole ambrosia from the gods, had to stand in a pool in tartarus, where water and food receded from his reach
ixion's punishment
zeus bond him to a winged wheel and was attacked by snakes