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Greek and Roman Gods

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Section 1

Question Answer
Chaos/
Gaea/
HadesPluto
ErosCupid
Uranus/
CronusSaturn
Rhea/
Hyperion/
Hypnos/
Helios/
ZeusJupiter
PoseidonNeptune
HestiaVesta
HeraJuno
AthenaMinerva
AresMars
DemeterCeres
HephaestusVulcan
Asclepius/
ArtemisDiana
HermesMercury
AphroditeVenus
ApolloApollo
DionysusBacchus
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Section 2

Question Answer
GaeaMother Earth
HadesRuler of the Underworld
Eros God of love. Son of Aphrodite and Hephaestus, or Chaos.
Uranus God of the sky. Son/husband of Gaea. Father of Titans.
CronusGod of the sky. Son of Uranus and Gaea. Ruler of Titans. Father of 6 Olympians.
RheaQueen of the heavens. Sister/wife of Cronus. Mother of 6 Olympians.
HyperionFather of Helios and Selene. Son of Gaea and Uranus. Husband of Thia.
HypnosGod of sleep. Father of Morpheus (dreams).
HeliosTitan sun god. Son of Hyperion and Thia. Brother of Eos and Selene.
ZeusOLYMPIAN. Ruler of pretty much everything. Most powerful god. Son of Cronus and Rhea. Married to Metis, Themis, Eurynome, Demeter, Mnemosyne, Leto, and Hera.
PoseidonOLYMPIAN. God of the sea, horses, and earthquakes. Son of Cronus and Rhea.
HestiaGoddess of hearth and home. Virgin daughter of Cronus and Rhea.
HeraOLYMPIAN. Goddess of women and childbirth. Queen of the gods and heaven. Daughter of Cronus and Rhea, wife/sister of Zeus, mother of Hephaestus and Ares.
AthenaOLYMPIAN. Goddess of wisdom, warfare, and skills. Virgin goddess, daughter of Zeus.
AresOLYMPIAN. God of war. Son of Zeus and Hera. Aphrodite's lover.
DemeterOLYMPIAN. Goddess of agriculture, fertility of the earth, and guardian of marriages. Daughter of Cronus and Rhea, mother of Persephone.
HephaestusOLYMPIAN. God of fire and metalwork. Blacksmith of the gods, son of Zeus and Hera, husband of Aphrodite.
AsclepiusGod of healing, medicine, and physicians. Son of Apollo and Coronis.
ArtemisOLYMPIAN. Goddess of hunting, the moon, and celibacy. Virgin daughter of Zeus and Leto, twin sister of Apollo.
HermesOLYMPIAN. God of commerce, wealth, science, travelers, trickery, theft, vagabonds, wind, and the patron of athletes. Messenger of the gods. Son of Zeus and Maia.
AphroditeOLYMPIAN. Goddess of love, beauty, and pleasure. Married to Hephaestus.
ApolloOLYMPIAN. God of the sun, prophecy, music, poetry, archery, healing, and plague. Son of Zeus and Leto, twin brother of Artemis.
DionysusOLYMPIAN. God of wine and revelry. The youngest Olympian.
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