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Achilles, Son of Peleus
Achilles. a War Hero.
Achilles, Mighiest of the Greeks.
Athena, Daughter of Zeus
Athena, Greek Goddess.
Athena, a Strong, Ethical goddess.
Circe, Daughter of the Sun.
Circe, a Sorceress.
Circe, Minor Goddess of Nature.
Helen of Troy
Helen of Troy, Daughter of Zeus.
Helen of Troy.
Helen of Troy, the Most Beautiful Woman of Greece.
Hercules (Called Heracles by the Greeks)
Heracles, a Famous Hero.
Heracles, the Greatest of All Heroes.
Hercules, Born of Great Strength
Ares, The Spirit of Battle
Ares, Not a Popular God
Ares, Son of Zeus
God of Fire
Created New Tools for Divine and Human Use
Born Weak and Crippled
Goddess of Love and Beauty
One of the 12 Olypian Deities
Loved Gaiety and Glamour
Son of Zeus
The Fleet-Footed Messenger of the Gods
God of Many Things Including Sheperds and Literature
Menelaus, Son of Atreus
Menelaus, King of Sparta.
Menelaus, Husband to Helen.
God of Sea, Earthquakes, and Horses
The Romans Called Him Neptune
One of 6 Who Divided the Power of the World
King of the Gods
His Role in Mythology Was Complex
Youngest Son of Cronus and Rhea
Ruler of the Underworld
The Romans Called Him Pluto
Brother of Zeus and Poseidon
Queen of the Olympian Gods
Wife of Zeus
Goddess of Marriage and Birth
Goddess of Agriculture
Known to the Romans as Ceres
Taught Mankind the Art of Sewing and Ploughing
God of Wine
A Popular God
A God Who Has 2 Distinct Origins
Daughter of Zeus and Hera
Goddess of Youth
The Cupbearer to the Gods
Most Widely Worshipped Greek God
God of Many Things Including Music, Medicine, and Archery
Goddess of the Wilderness and Wild Animals
Protector of Maidens and Small Children
Often Depicted with the Crescent of the Moon above Her Forehead
Encyclopedia of World Mythology
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