God of Love
Roman equivalent of the Olympian god of the sea
God of the void
Name for this god: "The Old Man of The Sea"
God of Death
Virgin war goddess
Youngest titan and the cruelest
Roman name for Kronos
Children of Mnemosyne & Zeus
After the war, this titan was forced to carry the Heavens
A goddess of oaths and a name of one of the rivers in the underworld
Helios is the sun god, who is the new sun god
Hera threw this god out for being ugly
Mother of Persephone
Child of Apollo
Brother or Son of Hermes
Famous brand of shoe
Bane of Dionysus/Bacchus
Roman equivalent of Eros
Roman equivalent of Nike
Roman equivalent of Hades
Roman God of War, brother of Vulcan
Goddess of fortune
Virgin greek goddess of the hunt
Famous and strongest greek hero
Python is which god's enemy, (greek god)
roman god of boundaries
Oldest olympian goddess
Titan that stole fire from the hearth and gave it to the humans
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