ZEUS Roman name Jupiter Realm: King of the

ZEUS Roman name Jupiter Realm: King of the

ZEUS Roman name Jupiter Realm: King of the gods, God of Weather Fact: Ruler of Mt. Olympus Hera

Roman name Juno Realm: Goddess of marriage Facts: Wife of Zeus and Queen of the Olympians POSEIDON

Roman name Neptune Realm: God of the sea and earthquakes Facts: Giver of horses to people DEMETER

Roman name Cerus Realm: Goddess of agriculture Fact: She was the sister of Zeus ATHENA Roman name Minerva

Realm: Goddess of wisdom and the city of Athens Facts: Daughter of Zeus, Represented by a shield, helmet, and spear APOLLO

Roman name Apollo Realm: God of the sun and light Facts: Represented truth, archery, music, medicine, and prophecy ARTEMIS

Roman name Diana Realm: Goddess of the hunt, Goddess of the moon Facts: Apollos twin sister and protected cities, women, and young animals APHRODITE

Roman name Venus Realm: Goddess of love, beauty, and fertility Fact: Mother of Eros (Cupid) HERMES

Roman name Mercury Realm: God of science and innovation Fact: Hermes was the messenger of the gods ARES

Roman name Mars Realm: Ares was the terrible god of war Fact: Son of Zeus HEPHAESTUS Roman name Vulcan

Realm: God of fire and crafts, God of Blacksmiths Fact: Son of Zeus and Hera HESTIA Roman name Vesta

Realm: Goddess of the hearth and home Fact: Zeus sister HADES Roman name Pluto

Realm: God of the dead and ruler of the Underworld Fact: Known as a dim and shadowy figure DIONYSUS Roman name Bacchus

Realm: God of fertility, joyous life, and hospitality Fact: Son of Zeus Other Elements of Greek Mythology: -Titans: Powerful group that ruled before the Olympians overthrew them

-Fates: Goddesses that controlled peoples destinies -Muses: Goddesses that inspired arts, literature, and creativity

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