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Hades. Ruler of the Underworld God of Wealth. Hades. God of Wealth because t he majority of the riches of the world are found underground. Ruler of the dead Symbols are his helmet, scepter, Cerberus, cornucopia, golden chariot. Hades. Myth

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Hades

Hades

Ruler of the Underworld

God of Wealth


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Hades

  • God of Wealth because the majority of the riches of the world are found underground.

  • Ruler of the dead

  • Symbols are his helmet, scepter, Cerberus, cornucopia, golden chariot


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Hades

  • Myth

    • Hades was the Greek god of the underworld and also wealth. After his brother Zeus defeated his father Cronus, the three brothers drew lots to see who would rule what parts of the universe. Poseidon was assigned as the ruler of all watery domains, Hades received all of the underworld, and Zeus received all of the heavens.


Bio poem

Bio Poem

Hades

Tall, merciless, mysterious, terrifying

Relative of Zeus, Poseidon, and Cronus

Lover of Persephone, Luece, and Minthe

Who feels grim and gloomy

Who needs Persephone and his helmet of invisibility

Who fears his face will be shown

Who gives a safe resting place to departed souls

Who would like to see his number of subjects increase

Resident of the Underworld

Pluto


Fun facts

Fun Facts

  • Other names are Dis, Orcus, Polydegmon, Plouton, and Aidoneus

  • Kidnapped Persephone

  • He is not the god of death

  • The god most hated by mankind


Modern reference

Modern Reference

  • The band Styx got their name from one of the five rivers of Hades.

    • Acheron - the river of woe

    • Cocytus - the river of lamentation

    • Phlegethon - the river of fire

    • Lethe - the river of forgetfulness

    • Styx - the river of hate


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Hera

Queen of Olympus

Goddess of Women and Marriage


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Hera

  • Queen of Olympus

  • Goddess of women and marriage

  • Symbols are her scepter and diadem


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Hera

  • Myth

    • Hera was an ancient goddess, she existed many years before the time of the Olympian gods. Her cult was so strong that those from the north made Hera the consort of Zeus and integrated her into their pantheon. Although married to Zeus, their marriage was an all but faithful and happy one. Their relationship was full of many quarrels and infidelities on the part of Zeus. This often turned Hera into a vengeful woman, that was out to get revenge on anyone available.


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Bio Poem

  • Hera

  • Young, beautiful, regal, vengeful

  • Relative of Ares, Hebe, and Eileithya

  • Lover of Zeus and Argos

  • Who feels vengeful and jealous

  • Who needs a perfect family

  • Who fears Zeus and that she will lose her husband's love permanently

  • Who gives punishment

  • Who would like to see Hercules fail

  • Resident of Olympus

  • Juno


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Fun Facts

  • Had four children out of lust and hatred by slapping her hand on the ground or by eating lettuce

  • Said to be the most beautiful of all goddesses, even beating out Aphrodite

  • Wife and sister of Zeus


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Modern Reference

  • In the movie Juno, the main character is named after the Roman goddess. Juno was the guardian of women, especially during their pregnancies.


Demeter

Demeter

Known as Ceres in Roman Mythology


Traits

Traits

  • Demeter is the Goddess of Agriculture. Her logo is a sheath of barley or wheat.

  • She is a member of the 12 “main” gods that live on Mt. Olympus.

  • In appearance, she is described as an older woman.

  • She has had many relationships but she has never been married.


Demeter s relatives

Demeter’s Relatives

  • Kronos, King of the Titans, was Demeter’s father.

  • Zeus, God of Gods, is Demeter’s brother.

  • Persephone was Demeter’s daughter.

Zeus

Kronos


Demeter s loves

Demeter’s Loves

  • She has had relations with Zeus, her brother.

  • Poseidon, and I quote, “changed into a stallion and enjoyed Demeter”. Poseidon is also her brother.

  • Iasion, a prince of the Island Crete, “who lay with Demeter” was later struck down by Zeus.

Poseidon


Demeter s feels

Demeter’s Feels

  • She loves her daughter, Persephone very much.

  • She is angry at Hades, and, to a lesser extent, the rest of the gods, for allowing him to kidnap her daughter.

  • She brings winter and famine when her daughter is not with her.

Persephone


Demeter s needs

Demeter’s Needs

  • She needs her daughter Persephone, as she is effectively different without her.

  • She needs respect and worship.

  • She needs to provide the world with good conditions for farming.


Demeter s fears

Demeter’s Fears

  • Demeter fears Hades. She fears him because he owns her daughter for four to six months out of the year, and Demeter is worried that he could do something to her.

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What demeter gives

What Demeter Gives

  • Demeter provides prosperity for farmers.

  • She makes the land fertile.

  • She effectively controls the seasons.


Demeter s residence

Demeter’s Residence

  • She lives on Mount Olympus with the rest of the “important” gods.

Mt. Olympus


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Modern Reference

  • Demeter Amplification is a business that sells amps and other musical equipment.

  • The Demeter Fragrance Library sells perfumes, deodorants and colognes.


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ZEUS

god of the sky


Zeus holding a lightning bolt

Zeus holding a lightning bolt.

Zeus the god of the sky goes by many names his roman name is Jupiter. Zeus’ main symbol is a lightning bolt.


Zeus and the olympians

Zeus and the Olympians

Zeus is the god of the sky and the king of Olympians.

  • Zeus was originally worshiped as god of the weather.

  • Zeus married his sister.

  • Zeus’ parents were titans.


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Zeus is son of Cronus and Rhea, brother of Hades, Poseidon, Hestia, and Hera. Father of Ares, Athena, Apollo, Artemis, Dionysus, Hermes, and Aphrodite.


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Bio poem

Zeus

Fatherly, caring, considerate, peace maker

Brother of Poseidon , Hades, and Hera

Lover of Hera, Themis, and Demeter

Who feels love, anger, and selfishness

Who needs power, respect, and to intervene

Who fears fate, the rage of Gaea, and Chaos, and most of all Hera his wife

Who gives peace, care, lightning

Who would like to see eternal peace and evolution

Resident of Mount Olympia

Jupiter


Mt olympus

Mt. Olympus

Zeus’ most famous myth is probably when Zeus and his brothers Poseidon and Hades over threw Coronus their father. Then they took the heavens for themselves and made humans for the earth for there entertainment.


Poseidon god of the seas

PoseidonGod of the Seas


Poseidon facts

Poseidon Facts

  • God of the oceans, rivers, floods, droughts, earthquakes, and horses

  • Roman name: Neptune

  • Father of the Cyclops

  • Symbol: Trident


Poseidon s family

Poseidon’s Family

  • Father: Cronies

  • Mother: Rhea

  • Brothers: Zeus, Hades

  • Sisters: Hera, Hestia, Demeter

  • Wife: Amphitrite

  • Children: Triton, Rhode, Bethexicyme


Poseidon undersea resorts

Poseidon Undersea Resorts

  • First seafloor resort

  • Named after Poseidon, Greek god of the sea

  • Started in 2010

  • Undersea apartments 40 feet below sea level


Poseidon myth

Poseidon myth

  • Competition between him and Athena

  • Over the city of Athens

  • Poseidon created the Spring at the Acropolis

  • Athena gave them the olive tree

  • Athena won the competition

  • Poseidon flooded the Artic Plain


Poseidon poem

Poseidon Poem

Poseidon

Angry, Lustful, Forgiving, Tricky

Brother of Zeus and Hades

Lover of Amphitrite

Who feels lust often

Who needs an attitude check or anger management classes

Who fears the sky

Who gives safe travels over water to those who respect him

Who would like to see “Poseidon Undersea Resort”

Resident of his undersea palace

Neptune


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