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Poseidon. By: Danse Mayzes, Devonte Borum, and Jake Elder. Names. Greek name: Poseidon Roman name: Neptune (he was commonly called Earthshaker ). Dominion. God of the sea God of the Water God of earthquakes God of horses. Photo courtesy of http://markandrewholmes.com/poseidon.html.

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Poseidon

Poseidon

By: Danse Mayzes, Devonte Borum, and Jake Elder


Names

Names

  • Greek name: Poseidon

  • Roman name: Neptune

    (he was commonly called Earthshaker)


Dominion

Dominion

  • God of the sea

  • God of the Water

  • God of earthquakes

  • God of horses

Photo courtesy of http://markandrewholmes.com/poseidon.html


Symbols

Symbols

  • Trident; three pronged spear

    (gift from the Cyclopes)

  • Dolphins


Parents

Parents

  • Mother: Rhea d

  • Father: Cronus

    Story of birth: he was vomited out by his father

Photo courtesy of www.theoi.com


The story of poseidon s birth

The Story of Poseidon’s Birth

Photo courtesy of http://roweboat.org/minimum-zeus-or-poseidon-statue/


Notes

Notes

- Cronus was told in a prophesy that one of his children would overthrow him.

  • He swallowed every child except Zeus.

  • Zeus grew stronger and made a poison for his dad which then made him vomit up Poseidon and the rest of the children.


Work citied

Work Citied

  • http://www.paleothea.com/Pictures/DyktainaZikos.jpg

  • http://homepages.wmich.edu/~johnsorh/Myth/images/cronus.gif

  • Johnson, priya. “Poseidon Myths.”

  • Buzzle web portal: Intelligent Life on the web. 22 nov. 2011

  • http:// www.buzzle.com/articles/

  • Pinsent, John. Greek Mythology New York P.Bedrick,1983.Print.

  • Poseidon." Encyclopedia Mythica: Mythology, Folklore, and Religion. Web. 29 Nov. 2011. <http://www.pantheon.org/articles/p/poseidon.html>.


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