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Ancient Greece

Mythology

History >> Ancient Greece

The Greeks had numerous gods and many stories and myths that surrounded them. They built temples and offered sacrifices to their major gods. Here are some of the major Greek gods:

The Titans

The Titans were the first or elder gods. There were twelve of them including the parents of Zeus, Cronus and Rhea. They ruled during what was called the golden age. They were overthrown by their children, led by Zeus.

The Olympians

The twelve Olympian gods were the major gods of the Greeks and lived on Mount Olympus. They included:

Athena - Goddess of Wisdom
Greek Heroes

A Greek hero was a brave and strong man that was favored by the gods. He performed brave exploits and adventures. Sometimes the hero, even though mortal, was somehow related to the gods.

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For more about Ancient Greece:

Overview
Timeline of Ancient Greece
The City of Athens
Sparta
Greek City-states
Peloponnesian War
Persian Wars
Glossary and Terms

Culture
Daily Lives of the Ancient Greeks
Ancient Greek Art
Olympic Games
Government of Ancient Greece
Greek Alphabet

People
Alexander the Great
Aristotle
Pericles
25 Famous Greek People
Greek Philosophers

Greek Mythology
Greek Gods and Mythology
Zeus
Hercules
Monsters of Greek Mythology
The Iliad
The Odyssey

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