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    Poseidon Myths

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    That’s right, Poseidon is also a god of horses, and earthquakes too. Poseidon is one of the “big three” gods and has a very colorful family history, is often represented through many symbols and drawings, and has a number of interesting myths about him. Poseidon was one of the big three born to Cronus and Rhea alongside his brothers Zeus, the god of the sky, and Hades, the god of the underworld. He also had three sisters, Hera, Demeter and Hesitia. Poseidon gained control of the sea when the three brothers overthrew their father and took over. He married Amphitrite the marine-goddess and had…

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    Poseidon In The Odyssey

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    For this project, Katie and I chose to make our game about Poseidon. In The Odyssey, Poseidon cursed Odysseus many times, causing his journey home to become even longer. We wanted to get this point across to the people that played our game. The players of our game were portraying Odysseus. Our game was exactly like Candyland, you drew a card and that card indicted how many places on the game board to move. If you drew a card that said “Draw a Scenario card” you were to draw a card from the…

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    Have you ever heard about Poseidon, Poseidon is the Greek god of the ocean, horse, and earthquakes. Poseidon is one of the gods in the big three ( Hades, Zeus, and Poseidon). They are the big three because they are the most powerful gods out of all of them. Poseidon chose the ocean for what he would rule because he loved adventure and he thought the ocean would be just one big adventure. Poseidon can be a nice guy as long as you don’t make him mad. In the book Percy Jackson and the lightning…

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    saves one child-Zeus. Soon Zeus grows up and makes Cronus vomit his siblings. Together, Zeus and his siblings defeat the Titans and took over the Universe. Zeus becomes the King of the Heavens, Sky, and Wind giving his brothers Poseidon and Hades their respective roles. He is also the King of the Gods and overlooks all the Olympians. When Zeus is mentioned in a text of any sort, Zeus’s powerful attitude and capability is usually alluded to. Due to the fact that Zeus was the King of the Gods, one…

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    Poseidon Research Paper

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    “Poseidon is the god of the sea and rivers, creator of storms and floods, and the bringer of earthquakes and destruction”(theoi). Poseidon was given the sea to rule by his siblings. He is known as either Poseidon or Neptune and is the god of the sea. “Poseidon is commonly depicted in art as bearded with his trident, fashioned by the cyclopes and with which he would create earthquakes” (cartwright). Poseidon is a god with a lot of children and a violent family background, a lot of conflicts, and…

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    Poseidon: The Greek God

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    Widely known as the God of the sea and earthquakes Poseidon was not one to disrespect. As one of the major 3 Gods, Poseidon had a vast amount of power and influence especially when it came down to control. Stubborn-headed and with all of his glorious power, he always wanted more so he ended up challenging multiple Gods for valuable possessions or land. This usually ended up with him losing and then trying to take over another aspect but Poseidon would not give in easily. A famous account…

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    Poseidon is the god of the sea, earthquakes, and horses. As god of horses, he often could adopt the shape of a steed and as god of earthquakes, he used the trident to make the earth shake causing earthquakes. Poseidon is a brother to Zeus and Hades. At birth Poseidon was swallowed whole by his father Cronus. After the overthrow of their father, Cronus these three gods divided up the universe. Zeus became ruler of the sky, Hades got control of the Underworld and Poseidon was given all water, both…

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    Poseidon Vs Hades Essay

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    Cronus and Rhea would rule the Earth jointly. Since Zeus, Poseidon, and Hades were the most powerful and the oldest, they had a draw to see who would gain power over the Earth. The draw was a battle between all of them. The draw lasted twelve days, and on the ninth day, Hades was losing and went to a storm spirit to knock his brothers off their tracks. On the eleventh day, Zeus found out that Hades cheated and both Zeus and Poseidon banished him to the underworld for eternity. On the twelfth…

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    All About Poseidon Splash!!! boom!!! crash!!! I think Poseidon is angry with the mortals. Who is Poseidon? Poseidon is the son of Cronus and Rhea, and he is the god of the Sea. He had two brothers. Zeus and Hades who he divided powers of the world with. Poseidon’s parents were Cronus and Rhea. Cronus was a Titan god. He was also the god of time & ages. Rhea was the god of generation. One day, Cronus voraciously devoured Poseidon, Demeter, Hera, Hades, and Hestia.Rhea took Zeus(as a baby) to a…

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    Poseidon, known as Neptune in Roman mythology was the Lord and ruler of the sea; the Mediterranean and the Friendly Sea (the Euxine, now the Black sea). He is one of the twelve Olympian deities of the pantheon in Greek mythology. Additionally he is referred to as “Earth Shaker” due to his role in causing earthquakes. Poseidon was the second son of titans Cronus and Rhea. In most accounts he is swallowed by Cronus at birth but is later saved, with his other brothers and sisters, by Zeus. …

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