The Titans Essay
They ended having 12 children: six boys and six girls. The men of the family were Coeus, Cronus, Crius, Hyperion, Iapetus and Oceanus. The females of the family were Mnemosyne, Pheobe, Rhea, Theia, Themis, and Tethys. These 12 children are the original Titans. They gained their power when Cronus killed is father and took control of Cosmos. While Cronus was killing his father, some of his brothers and sisters decided to have children with each other. Thus became the second generation of Titans (“The Titans”, …show more content…
I mean in almost every movie a Titan is a phenomenal character or object. Like mention before, the kids from Remember the Titans wanted to prove what their team name stood for and they did. Another scenario of this is the actual professional football team, the Tennessee Titans. The players on that team are big, strong athletes that want to prove they are like the Greek Titans. There are many more people out there that want to show how immortal and knowledgeable they really are, just like the titans. The legacy of what a Titan is should never be forgotten. Generations from now should still believe that a Titan IS a immortal, knowledgeable being that has great power.
In conclusion, the Titans are one of the most powerful groups of Greek hero’s. Being immortals with incredible strength and knowledge let them practically rule the world and scare anyone in their way. As you saw when Uranus got overthrown by his own children. This is why the Tennessee Titans are a strong a dominate football, because they live up to the name that was given to them. We cannot forget the unforgettable story of T.C Williams high school either, who rose to a victorious