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She is the daughter of Zeus and Leto , and twin sister of Apollo. In art she is often depicted as a young woman dressed in a short knee-length chiton and equipped with a hunting bow and a quiver of arrows.
Her attributes include hunting spears, animal pelts, deer and other wild animals. Her sacred animal is a deer. Her Roman counterpart is Diana.
Goddess of reason, wisdom, intelligence, skill, peace, warfare, battle strategy, and handicrafts. According to most traditions, she was born from Zeus's forehead, fully formed and armored.
She is depicted as being crowned with a crested helm, armed with shield and spear, and wearing the aegis over a long dress. Poets describe her as "grey-eyed" or having especially bright, keen eyes.
She is a special patron of heroes such as Odysseus. She is the patron of the city Athens from which she takes her name and is attributed to various inventions in arts and literature.
Her symbol is the olive tree. She is commonly shown as being accompanied by her sacred animal, the owl. Her Roman counterpart is Minerva. Goddess of grain, agriculture, harvest, growth, and nourishment.
Demeter, whose Roman counterpart is Ceres , is a daughter of Cronus and Rhea , and was swallowed and then regurgitated by her father. She is a sister of Zeus , by whom she bore Persephone , who is also known as Kore, i.
Demeter is one of the main deities of the Eleusinian Mysteries , in which the rites seemed to center around Demeter's search for and reunion with her daughter, which symbolized both the rebirth of crops in spring and the rebirth of the initiates after death.
She is depicted as a mature woman, often crowned and holding sheafs of wheat and a torch. Her sacred animals include pigs and snakes.
God of wine, fruitfulness, parties, festivals, madness, chaos, drunkenness, vegetation, ecstasy, and the theater. He is the twice-born son of Zeus and Semele , in that Zeus snatched him from his mother's womb and stitched Dionysus into his own thigh and carried him until he was ready to be born.
In art he is depicted as either an older bearded god particularly before BC or an effeminate , long-haired youth particularly after BC.
His attributes include the thyrsus , a drinking cup, the grape vine, and a crown of ivy. He is often in the company of his thiasos , a group of attendants including satyrs , maenads , and his old tutor Silenus.
The consort of Dionysus was Ariadne. It was once held that Dionysius was a later addition to the Greek pantheon, but the discovery of Linear B tablets confirm his status as a deity from an early period.
Bacchus was another name for him in Greek, and came into common usage among the Romans. King of the underworld and the dead. God of wealth. His consort is Persephone.
His attributes are the drinking horn or cornucopia , key, sceptre, and the three-headed dog Cerberus. His sacred animals include the screech owl.
He was one of three sons of Cronus and Rhea , and thus sovereign over one of the three realms of the universe, the underworld.
As a chthonic god, however, his place among the Olympians is ambiguous. In the mystery religions and Athenian literature, Plouton "the Rich one" was his preferred name, because of the idea that all riches came from the earth.
The term Hades was used in this literature to refer to the underworld itself. God of fire, metalworking, and crafts. Either the son of Zeus and Hera or Hera alone, he is the smith of the gods and the husband of the adulterous Aphrodite.
He was usually depicted as a bearded, crippled man with hammer, tongs, and anvil, and sometimes riding a donkey.
His sacred animals include the donkey, the guard dog, and the crane. Among his creations was the armor of Achilles.
Hephaestus used the fire of the forge as a creative force, but his Roman counterpart Vulcan was feared for his destructive potential and associated with the volcanic power of the earth.
Queen of the gods, and goddess of marriage, women, childbirth, heirs, kings, and empires. She is the wife and sister of Zeus , and the daughter of Cronus and Rhea.
She was usually depicted as a regal woman in the prime of her life, wearing a diadem and veil and holding a lotus-tipped staff.
Although she is the goddess of marriage, Zeus's many infidelities drive her to jealousy and vengefulness.
Her sacred animals include the heifer, the peacock, and the cuckoo. Her Roman counterpart is Juno. God of boundaries, travel, communication, trade, language, thieves and writing.
Hermes was also responsible for protecting livestock and presided over the spheres associated with fertility, music, luck, and deception.
He was depicted either as a handsome and athletic beardless youth, or as an older bearded man. His attributes include the herald's wand or caduceus , winged sandals, and a traveler's cap.
His sacred animals include the tortoise. His Roman counterpart is Mercury. Virgin goddess of the hearth, home, and chastity.
She is a daughter of Rhea and Cronus , and a sister of Zeus. Not often identifiable in Greek art, she appeared as a modestly veiled woman. Her symbols are the hearth and kettle.
In some accounts, she gave up her seat as one of the Twelve Olympians in favor of Dionysus , and she plays little role in Greek myths. Her Roman counterpart Vesta , however, was a major deity of the Roman state.
God of the sea, rivers, floods, droughts, and earthquakes. He is a son of Cronus and Rhea , and the brother of Zeus and Hades. He rules one of the three realms of the universe, as king of the sea and the waters.
In art he is depicted as a mature man of sturdy build, often with a luxuriant beard, and holding a trident. His sacred animals include the horse and the dolphin.
His wedding with Amphitrite is often presented as a triumphal procession. In some stories he rapes Medusa, leading to her transformation into a hideous Gorgon and also to the birth of their two children, Pegasus and Chrysaor.
His Roman counterpart is Neptune. King of the gods, ruler of Mount Olympus, and god of the sky, weather, thunder, lightning, law, order, and justice.
He is the youngest son of Cronus and Rhea. He overthrew Cronus and gained the sovereignty of heaven for himself. In art he is depicted as a regal, mature man with a sturdy figure and dark beard.
His usual attributes are the royal scepter and the lightning bolt. His sacred animals include the eagle and the bull. His Roman counterpart is Jupiter , also known as Jove.
Eos Dawn and the hero Memnon — BC. Oceanus wearing crab-claw horns, with Tethys Roman-era mosaic.
The Gigantes were the offspring of Gaia Earth , born from the blood that fell when Uranus Sky was castrated by their Titan son Cronus , who fought the Gigantomachy, their war with the Olympian gods for supremacy of the cosmos, they include:.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Wikimedia list article. Sacred Places. Sacred Islands. Sacred Mountains.
Rites of passage. Hellenistic philosophy. Other Topics. Helios in his four-horse chariot 3rd century BC. Ensuring good luck , health , and wisdom.
Alpheus , who fell in love with the nymph Arethusa. Inachus , the first king of Argos and progenitor of Argive line through his son grandson Argus.
Nilus , Egyptian river god and the father of numerous daughters that mingled with the descendants of Inachus. Peneus , river god of Thessaly flowing from the foot of Pindus.
He was the father of Daphne and Stilbe. Scamander , who fought on the side of the Trojans during the Trojan War. Ancient Greece portal Religion portal.
Dictionary of classical mythology. Encyclopedia Britannica. New Larousse Encyclopedia of Mythology. Zeus transformed them into the constellation Gemini.
The nothingness that all else sprung from. The Ferryman of Hades. Took the newly dead people across the rivers Styx and Acheron to the Greek underworld if they paid him three obolus a Greek silver coin.
God of agriculture, leader and the youngest of the first generation of Titans and father of the Titans. Not to be confused with Cronos, god of time.
Guardian god of the ancient city Lamark, where wounded heroes could find comfort and heal after battle. He was the son of Aphrodite. An Olympian god of the grape harvest, winemaking and wine, of ritual madness, religious ecstasy and theatre.
One of the wind god known as Anemoi and god of the unlucky east wind. A fisherman who became immortal upon eating a magical herb, an Argonaut who may have built and piloted the Argo, and became a god of the sea.
God of fire, metalworking, stone masonry, forges and the art of sculpture. Created weapons for the gods and married to Aphrodite. The greatest of the Greek heroes, he became god of heroes, sports, athletes, health, agriculture, fertility, trade, oracles and divine protector of mankind.
Known as the strongest man on Earth. God of trade, thieves, travelers, sports, athletes, and border crossings, guide to the Underworld and messenger of the gods.
The Evening Star — the planet Venus in the evening. God of satire, mockery, censure, writers and poets and a spirit of evil-spirited blame and unfair criticism.Zusammenhalt, Freundschaft, Liebe und Familie zählt hier zu den Hauptzutaten und ist in einer guten Mischung geschrieben. Im Buch wird explizit erwähnt, dass die Namen der Kinder auf der Insel unbekannt sind, niemand die Bedeutung kennt und kein anderer sie tragen darf und dann Allerweltsnamen wie Sicher Im Lotto Gewinnen. Offline ansehen. Dazu kommt die Ablehnung einer Exklusivität eines bestimmten in dem Fall schwarzen Risiko Das Strategiespiel, da der Islam zwar aus dem arabischen Raum stammt, sich aber als multiethnische Religion betrachtet. Diese wurde von Clarence 13X in Harlem gegründet. Nach ihrer Glaubenslehre repräsentiert sie die afroamerikanische Familie:.
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Greek mythology Roman mythology Norse mythology Egyptian mythology. A handy table of equivalents between 15 similar Greek and Roman gods— Venus is Aphrodite in Roman clothing, while Mars is the Roman version of Ares—shows just how similar they were.
The Hindu religion is the majority religion in India, and Brahma the creator, Vishnu the preserver, and Shiva the destroyer represent the most significant cluster of Hindu gods.
The Hindu tradition counts thousands of major and minor gods within its ranks, who are celebrated and honored under a wide variety of names and avatars.
The Late Postclassic period Aztec culture of Mesoamerica — CE worshiped more than different deities spanning three broad classes of Aztec life—the heavens, fertility and agriculture, and war.
To the Aztecs, religion, science and the arts were interconnected and meshed almost seamlessly. The Aztec cosmos was tripartite: a visible world of humans and nature lay suspended between supernatural levels above illustrated by Tlaloc , god of thunderstorms and rain and below Tlaltechutli , the monstrous earth goddess.
Many of the gods in the Aztec pantheon are much older than the Aztec culture, called pan-Mesoamerican; learning about these ten deities—Huitzilopochtli, Tlaloc, Tonatiuh, Tezcatlipoca, Chalchiuhtlicue, Centeotl, Quetzalcoatl, Xipe Totec, Mayahuel, and Tlaltechutli—will introduce you to the Aztec cosmos.
The Celtic culture refers to an Iron Age European people —15 BCE who interacted with the Romans, and it is that interaction that provided much of what we know of their religion.
But early druids didn't commit their religious texts to paper or stone, so much of Celtic antiquity is lost to modern-day students.
Luckily, after the Roman advance into Britain, first the Romans and then the early Christian monks copied down the druidic oral histories, including stories of the shape-shifting goddess Ceridwen and the horned fertility god Cernunnos.
The Japanese religion is Shinto, first documented in the 8th century CE. The Shinto creation myth has an agricultural bent to it: The world of chaos was changed when a germ of life created a muddy sea, and the first plant eventually became the first god.
It combines a traditional pantheon of gods, including a creator couple Izanami "He who invites" and Izanagi "She who invites" , while borrowing from Japan's neighbors and ancient homegrown animism.
The Maya predate the Aztec, and like the Aztec, based some of their theology on the existing pan-Mesoamerican religions.
Their creation myth is narrated in the Popul Vuh: six deities lie in the primordial waters and eventually create the world for us. Mayan deities rule over a tripartite cosmos and were applied to for assistance in war or childbirth; they also ruled over specific periods of time, having feast days and months built into the calendar.
Ancient China worshiped a vast network of local and regional mythological deities, nature spirits, and ancestors, and reverence for those gods persisted well into the modern era.
Important and lingering figures in the historical texts on Chinese gods and goddesses include the "Eight Immortals," the "Two Heavenly Bureaucrats," and "Two Mother Goddesses.
Among the most ancient of cultures, the people of Babylon developed a diverse melting pot of deities, derived from the older Mesopotamian cultures.
Literally, thousands of gods are named in Sumerian and Akkadian, some of the oldest writing on the planet.