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Poseidon does actually live underwater. From the Iliad: Forthwith then he went down from the rugged mount, striding forth with swift footsteps, and the high mountains trembled and the woodland beneath the immortal feet of Poseidon as he went. Thrice he strode in his course, and with the fourth stride he reached his goal, even Aegae, where was his famous ...


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There are many lists of the Twelve Olympians, and one can make an argument that any of the gods should or shouldn't be included. One of the most common lists is Zeus, Hera, Apollo, Artemis, Ares, Hermes, Poseidon, Demeter, Hephaestus, Aphrodite, Athena and Dionysus, and the Hestia gave up her seat in the Olympian throne room to Dionysus. This is the most ...


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As far as I have been able to find, no myth specifies anything tantamount to these siblings being sextuplets. There is, however, one ancient story which claims that four of them were twins, that is to say that there were two separate sets of twins, and that Zeus was one of the older set thereof. A Different Sort of Multiple Birth The 4th-century-BC ...


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A simple way to look at it is Titan are often associate with natural forces and phenomena, such as Eos, "Dawn". The wiki for Eos may be confusing—there she is listed both as titan and god, but this is elucidating: Titans are the order of god that is pre-Olympian specifically. Helios, the sun, likewise, is one of the most famous titans. Tethys &...


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