Hyperion was one of the Titans, son of Uranus and Gaia. He represented light, wisdom and watchfulness. He was the father of the sun, the moon, and the dawn. In some early texts, the sun is mentioned as Helios Hyperion; however, in later texts, including Homer's and Hesiod's writing...

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hyperon. Hyperion is the name of a Greek deity, see Hyperion (mythology) in origin a byname of the Sun, see Helios Hyperion may also refer to: Hyperion (moon)

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Coeus was one of the Titans, son of Uranus and Gaia. His name means questioning, while the respective Roman deity was Polus, the celestial axis around which the heavens revolve. Based on his Greek name, it has been suggested that Coeus may have also been the Titan of inquisitive minds and intelle...

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which the heavens revolve. The etymology of Coeus' name provided several scholars the theory that Coeus was also the Titan god of intellect, who represented

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A goddess of warfare, companion of Ares. She was also the sister of Ares in some cases. In those cases, her parents are Zeus and Hera....

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For other uses, see Enyo (disambiguation). Enyo (/ɨˈnaɪoʊ/; Greek: Ἐνυώ) was a goddess of war and destruction in Greek mythology, the companion and lover

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Gaea was a primal Greek goddess, one of the deities that governed the universe before the Titans. She symbolised the Earth, and was the mother of everything.

According to one version, Gaea, along with Chaos and Eros, coexisted during the creation of the world. Another version has it ...

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Gaia or Gaea may refer to: Gaia (mythology), the primal Greek goddess of the Earth Gaia hypothesis, concerns the stability of Earth's natural systems

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Goddess of childbirth; daughter of Hera and Zeus....

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former snout moth genus of that name is now synonymized with Aphomia. Eileithyia or Ilithyia (/ɪlɨˈθaɪ.ə/; Greek: Εἰλείθυια) was the Greek goddess of childbirth

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