AMBROSIA AND AMOROUS INTENTIONS The gods and goddesses of Mount Olympus Zeus Roman name=Jupiter
King of the gods Brother of Poseidon & Hades Uses a mighty lightening bolt as a weapon Father of Hercules Hera
Roman name=Juno Queen of the gods Jealous of Zeus many affairs and Illegitimate children Her symbol is the peacock Goddess of marriage Athena
Roman name=Minerva Daughter of Zeus and is said to have sprung fully grown and dressed for battle from Zeus head Goddess of crafts, domestic arts, and war. Symbols owl & olive tree Apollo/Helios
Roman name=Helios God of the Sun Rides a golden chariot with horses across the sky as he pulls the sun God of prophesy, music, and healing. Twin of Artemis Symbols-dolphin; crow Poseidon Roman name=Neptune God of the sea, earthquakes, and horses.
Father of Theseus Brother of Zeus & Hades Symbols: Trident (and weapon) Poseidon is second in command to Zeus Aphrodite Roman Name=Venus Goddess of love, beauty, and fertility.
Married to Hephaestus, the ugly god Symbol-dove; swan Hephaestus Roman name=Vulcan Married to Aphrodite Considered to be the only ugly god and
has a lame leg that resulted from Zeus throwing him from Mount Olympus Armorer of the gods; blacksmith; fire Symbol-anvil; smiths hammer; tongs Ares
Roman name=Mars Son of Zeus & Hera God of war; ironically a coward Son of Zeus Symbols-spear; helmet Animal-dog Bird-vulture Dionysus Roman name=Bacchus
God of wine The god who gave king Midas his golden touch Hermes Roman name=Mercury Messenger of the gods and guide to dead
souls in the underworld Wears sandals with wings God of commerce; travelers; thieves Symbol-caduceus; winged sandals; winged cap Hades Roman name- Pluto
God of the underworld Brother of Zeus & Poseidon Symbol-invisible helmet; scepter God of wealth Artemis Roman name- Diana Goddess of Night and the hunt
Twin of Apollo Symbol-moon; cypress tree Animal-deer and all wild animals
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