Gaia

Name: Gaia

Watches over: The Earth

Resides in: Earth

Offspring of: Chaos

Consort: Uranus, Zeus, Pontus, and Poseidon

Sibling of:  Eros, Tartarus and Nyx 

Children:   Uranus, Cronus, Pontus, the Ourea, Hecatonchires, Cyclopes, Titans, The Gigantes, Nereus, Thaumus, Phorcys, Ceto, Eurybia, Aphrodite, and Typhon

Gaia is the primordial being of the Earth. She arose from Chaos and is the Great Mother of All. The Titans came into existence following her union with Uranus, the sea-titans from her mating with Pontus, and the Giants from her time with Tartarus. All these beings sprang from her earthly flesh. She and her siblings are the second generation to ever come into creation in the universe according to classical mythology.

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Oceanus

Name: Oceanus

Watches over: The Sea and Water

Resides in: Arcadia

Symbol: Ocean, Sea, Waters

Offspring of: Uranus and Gaia

Consort: Tethys

Sibling of: Tethys, Cronus, Rhea, Theia, Hyperion, Themis, Crius, Mnemosyne, Coeus, Phoebe, Iapetus, The Cyclopes and The Hundred-Handers

Children: Thetis, Metis, Amphitrite, Dodone, Pleione, Neda, Nephele, Amphiro and the Other Oceanids and Inachus, Amnisos and the Other Potamoi

Oceanus was one of the 12 Titans. He was believed to be the world-ocean, which the ancient Romans and Greeks considered to be an enormous river encircling the world. Strictly speaking, Oceanus was the ocean-stream at the Equator. In Greek mythology, this world-ocean was personified as a son of Uranus and Gaia. In Hellenistic and Roman mosaics, this Titan was often depicted as having the upper body of a muscular man with a long beard and horns (often represented as the claws of a crab), and the lower torso of a serpent.

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Gaia

Name: Gaia

Watches over: The Earth

Resides in: Earth

Offspring of: Chaos

Consort: Uranus, Zeus, Pontus, and Poseidon

Sibling of:  Eros, Tartarus and Nyx 

Children:   Uranus, Cronus, Pontus, the Ourea, Hecatonchires, Cyclopes, Titans, The Gigantes, Nereus, Thaumus, Phorcys, Ceto, Eurybia, Aphrodite, and Typhon

Gaia is the primordial being of the Earth. She arose from Chaos and is the Great Mother of All. The Titans came into existence following her union with Uranus, the sea-titans from her mating with Pontus, and the Giants from her time with Tartarus. All these beings sprang from her earthly flesh. She and her siblings are the second generation to ever come into creation in the universe according to classical mythology.

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2 years ago
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Oceanus

Name: Oceanus

Watches over: The Sea and Water

Resides in: Arcadia

Symbol: Ocean, Sea, Waters

Offspring of: Uranus and Gaia

Consort: Tethys

Sibling of: Tethys, Cronus, Rhea, Theia, Hyperion, Themis, Crius, Mnemosyne, Coeus, Phoebe, Iapetus, The Cyclopes and The Hundred-Handers

Children: Thetis, Metis, Amphitrite, Dodone, Pleione, Neda, Nephele, Amphiro and the Other Oceanids and Inachus, Amnisos and the Other Potamoi

Oceanus was one of the 12 Titans. He was believed to be the world-ocean, which the ancient Romans and Greeks considered to be an enormous river encircling the world. Strictly speaking, Oceanus was the ocean-stream at the Equator. In Greek mythology, this world-ocean was personified as a son of Uranus and Gaia. In Hellenistic and Roman mosaics, this Titan was often depicted as having the upper body of a muscular man with a long beard and horns (often represented as the claws of a crab), and the lower torso of a serpent.

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