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Greek Gods Family Tree. Chaos. Single parent or unknown second parent. Tartarus. Gaia (Earth). Eros. Nyx (Night). Erebus. Two parents. Typhon. Uranus. Mountains. Pontus. Aether. Hemera. Momus (blame). Ponos (woe). Moros (fate). Thanatos (death). Hypnos (sleep). The

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Hades

Greek Gods Family Tree

Chaos

Single parent or unknown second parent

Tartarus

Gaia

(Earth)

Eros

Nyx

(Night)

Erebus

Two parents

Typhon

Uranus

Mountains

Pontus

Aether

Hemera

Momus

(blame)

Ponos

(woe)

Moros

(fate)

Thanatos

(death)

Hypnos

(sleep)

The

Hesperides

The Keres

and Fates

Nemesis

Apate

(deception)

Philotes

(friendship)

Geras

(age)

Eris

(strife)

Relationship or marriage

Mortal family tree, eventually from Poseidon

6 generations, eventually

from Epaphus

Mnemosyne

Coeus

The Cyclopes

Cronus

Rhea

Phoebe

Hyperion

Hecatonchires

Echidna

Iapetus

Oceanus

Tethys

God(dess) or important mortal

No border

Line

Titan

Oceanids

Dashed

Electryon

Monster

“Three-thousand sons and daughters”

Melia

Inachus

Hestia

Hera

Demeter

Zeus

Leto

Hades

Poseidon

Epimetheus

Prometheus

Atlas

Pleione

2

Dotted

Other

Semele

Licymnius

Alcmene

Dione

Io

Blue

Male

Pink

Pleiades

Female

Maia

Dryope or Merope or Aero

Asterope

Calaeno

Electra

Alcyone

Taygete

Epaphus

Dionysus

Heracles

Athena

Hermes

The Muses

Calliope, Clio,

Erato, Euterpe,

Melpomene,

Polyhymnia,

Terpsichore,

Thalia, Urania

Persephone

Aphrodite

Apollo

Artemis

Ares

Hebe

Hephaestus

1

Gods of Olympus

Hebe resigned her place after she married Heracles.

Hades was considered an Olympian god but spent most of his

time in the underworld.

The Gods of Olympus occupied Mount Olympus.

God of Olympus

1

2

Genealogies

Many Greek gods have conflicting genealogies: Aphrodite is sometimes said to be born “from the foam of the sea” rather than from Zeus and Dione. Clymene either has six parents or the name refers to six distinct people.

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Abderus

Pan

Rhodos

Peitho

Tyche

Eunomia

Hermaphroditus


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