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lapetus
crius
phoebe
coeus
themis
mnemosyne
theia
hyperion
tethys
oceanus
cronus
rhea

Hades Crossword

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Wore this Helmet
Son, god of Orphic Mysteries Zagreus
One symbol of Hades(leaf like) Cypress
Realm of Hades Underworld
Hades watch dog Cerberus
Plant often called Daffodil Narcissus
Daughter, Goddess of Orphic Hymn Melinoe
Cronos ,Crius, Coeus, Hyperion, and Lapetus were this Titans
Brother(god of sea) Poseidon
What Hades was classified as Olympian
staff Sceptre
Daughter, blessed death Macaria
symbol of plenty cornucopia
brother( god of lightning) Zues
roman name for hades Pluto
mother of hades rhea
hades translates to this invisible
wife of hades persephone
dad of hades cronus
greek name for god of underworld Hades

Titans Word Search

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GREECE
HOMER
TITANS
OLYMPUS
SEASONS
PROMETHEUS
LETO
HELIOS
EPIMETHEUS
EOS
ATALS
TETHYS
THEMIS
THEIA
PHOEBE
OCEANUS
MNEMOSYNE
IAPETUS
HYPERION
RHEA
CRIUS
CRONUS
COEUS
URANUS
GAIA

Greek Words Word Search

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Atlas
Gaia
Coeus
Poseidon
Hera
Phoebe
Dione
Mythology
Apollo
Demeter
Death
Underworld
Earth
Hades
Evil
Godess
Gods
Medusa
Zeus
Greece
Greek

Titan's Review Crossword

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Mother earth Gaea
Father sky Uranos
The seas. Came from chaos pontus
The pit of evil Tartarus
There before anything else chaos
Where Zeus grew up crete
Titan of time. Youngest of titans kronos
Titan of encircling seas Oceanus
Titan of the North; married to Phoebe; grandfather of Apollo and Artemis Koios
Titan of the west. The Piercer. Father of Atlas and Prometheus Iapetus
Titan of the South. The Ram Krios
Titan of the east. Married to Theia; father of sun, moon, and dawn Hyperion
Name means "flow" or "ease." Titaness of motherhood. Mother of Zeus Rhea
Memory and language. Mother (with Zeus) of the Muses Mnemosyne
Titaness of sight. Married to Hyperion; mother of the sun, moon, and dawn Theia
Titaness of natural law and fairness. Mother (with Zeus) of the Fates and the Seasons Themis
Titaness of fresh water. Married to Oceanus Tethys
Name means "bright" of "prophetic." Married to Koios; grandmother of Apollo and Artemis Phoebe

Greek mythology Word Search

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Lightning
Trident
Catapults
Olympus
Olympians
Underworld
Tartarus
Cerberus
Sphinx
Medusa
Typhon
Typhoeus
Pegasus
Figs
Fleece
Golden
Caelan
Is
Awesome
Dionysus
Dione
Aphrodite
Atlas
Cronus
Rhea
Titans
Athena
Hades
Demeter
Hera
Zeus
Poseidon

Greek Mythology CrossWord Puzzle

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Home of the Gods Mt.Olympus
Messenger for the Gods and God of travel Hermes
Tricked into ruling the underworld Hades
The king of the gods father Cronus
God of the sky Zeus
God of the sea Poseidon
God of war and fighting Ares
Half man and Half bull Minotaur
God of archery, music, poetry, prophecy, and medicine Apollo
Goddess of wisdom Athena
A box full of everything bad Pandora's Box
Everything he touched turned gold Midas
Performed 12 labors Hercules
God of blacksmiths and fire Hephaestus
Goddess of Marriage, Mothers and Families Hera

ENGLISH-GREEK GODS WORD SEARCH

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Thanatos
Thalassa
Pontus
Erebus
Hemera
Hypnos
Uranus
Phanes
Nemesis
Nyx
Gaia
Eros
Aether
Achlys
Poseidon
Hestia
Hermes
Hera
Hephaestus
Hades
Dionysus
Demeter
Athena
Artemis
Ares
Apollo
Aphrodite
Hyperion
Cronus
Crius
Coeus
Zeus

The Titans Crossword

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The leader of the Titans and the god of time. Cronus
The Titan of heavenly constellations. Crius
The Titan of light and the father of the sun god Helios. Hyperion
She represented memory in Greek Mythology. She was the mother of the Muses. Mnemosyne
Cronus' wife and queen of the Titans. She ruled over motherhood and fertility. Rhea
He represented the sea and was the eldest of the Titans. Oceanus
Goddess of brightness and intelligence. She was the mother of Leto. Phoebe
She ruled over law and order. She was mother to the Fates and the Hours. Themis
After losing the war against Zeus, he was punished by having to hold up the heavens on his shoulders. Atlas
Helios was the god of the sun. He drove the chariot of the sun across the sky each day. Helios
Prometheus is known in Greek mythology as the creator of mankind. He also gave mankind the gift of fire from Mount Olympus. Prometheus
She is famous for being the mother of the twin Olympian gods Apollo and Artemis. Leto
Represented by the sky, he is the father of all creation Uranus
Represented by the earth, she is the mother of all creation. Gaia

Poseidon word search

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Amphitrite
aquatic animals
bull
cronus
dolphin
earthquaker
earthquakes
Hades
horses
medusa
oceanus
pegasus
polyphemus
poseidon
rhea
trident
waterstorm
Zeus

People and Places in The Odyssey Crossword

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Greeks; the people of Achaea Achaeans
island home of Circe Aeaea
commander of the Greeks during the Trojan War Agamemnon
King of Phaeacia Alcinous
an Ithacan noble; most arrogant of the suitors Antinous
in Greek mythology, god of poetry, music, and prophecy Apollo
race of man-eating giants Laestrygonians
member of a race of one-eyed giants Cyclops
ruler of the gods and goddesses on Mt. Olympus Zeus
King of Ithaca Odysseus
a people living on the southwest coast of Thrace Cicones
the sun god Helios
beautiful witch-goddess Circe
one of Odysseus' crew Eurylochus
sea nymphs who lure sailors to destruction with their songs Sirens
a Cyclops, son of Poseidon Polyphemus
a Titan and a ruler of the universe who was overthrown by Zeus Cronus
an island of the western coast of Greece Ithaca
the ship manned by Jason and his crew Argo
Odysseus' wife Penelope
son of Penelope and Odysseus Telemachus
a swineherd, an old loyal servant to Odysseus Eumaeus
Greek goddess of wisdom, crafts, and war Athena
Penelope's housekeeper Eurynome
Odysseus's father Laertes
female monster with six heads Scylla
Greek god of the sea Poseidon
an island kingdom inhabited by seafarers and traders Phaeacia
beautiful sea nymph Calypso
Odysseus' old nurse Eurycleia
a whirlpool; a female monster Charybdis
a suitor of Penelope, an Ithacan noble Eurymachus