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Major Deities

Name Description
Aphrodite Goddess of beauty, love, desire, and pleasure.

Husband: Hephaestus
Children: Harmonia, Phobos, Deimos, Aeneas

Symbols: girdle, myrtle, roses, scallop shell, doves, sparrows

Roman Counterpart: Venus
Apollo God of music, arts, knowledge, healing, plague, prophecy, poetry, manly beauty, and archery.

Parents: Zeus and Leto
Sibling: Artemis

Symbols: laurel wreath, bow and arrow, lyre, deer, swans, pythons

Roman Counterpart: Sol
Ares God of courage, war, bloodshed, and violence.

Parents: Zeus and Hera
Children: Harmonia, Phobos, Deimos

Symbols: vultures, venomous snakes, dogs, boars

Roman Counterpart: Mars
Artemis Goddess of the hunt, wilderness, animals, the Moon, and young girls.

Parents: Zeus and Leto
Sibling: Apollo

Symbols: hunting knives, spears, animal pelts, deer, wild animals, bow and arrow

Roman Counterpart: Diana
Athena Goddess of reason, wisdom, intelligence, skill, peace, warfare, strategy, and handicrafts.

Parents: Zeus

Symbols: olive tree, owls

Roman Counterpart: Minerva
Demeter Goddess of grain, agriculture, harvest, growth, and nourishment.

Parents: Cronus and Rhea
Siblings: Zeus
Children: Persephone

Symbols: wheat, torch, cornucopia, winged serpent, lotus, and pigs

Roman Counterpart: Ceres
Dionysus God of wine, fruitfulness, parties, festivals, madness, chaos, drunkenness, vegetation, ecstasy, and the theater.

Parents: Zeus and Semele
Wife: Ariadne

Symbols: thyrsus, drinking cup, grape vine, crown of ivy, satyrs, dolphins, serpents, tigers, donkeys

Roman Counterpart: Bacchus
Hades God of the underworld, the dead, and wealth.

Parents: Cronus and Rhea
Wife: Persephone

Symbols: drinking horn, key, sceptre, Cerberus, screech owl

Roman Counterpart: Pluto
Hephaestus God of fire, metalworking, and crafts.

Parents: Zeus and Hera
Wife: Aphrodite

Symbols: hammer, tongs, anvil, donkey, dog, crane, armor

Roman Counterpart: Vulcan
Hera Goddess of women, marriage, childbirth, heirs, kings, the sky, and empires.

Parents: Cronus and Rhea
Husband: Zeus

Symbols: lotus, veil, heifer, peacock, cuckoo

Roman Counterpart: Juno
Hermes God of boundaries, travel, trade, communication, language, writing, cunnng and thieves, livestock, fertility, music, luck, and deception.

Parents: Zeus and Maia

Symbols: caduceus, winged sandals, traveler's cap, tortoise

Roman Counterpart: Mercury
Hestia Goddess of the hearth, home, domesticity, chastity, and modesty.

Parents: Cronus and Rhea
Siblings: Zeus

Symbols: the hearth, kettle, sacred fire

Roman Counterpart: Vesta
Poseidon God of the sea, rivers, floods, droughts, and earthquakes.

Parents: Cronus and Rhea
Siblings: Zeus and Hades

Symbols: trident, horse, dolphin

Roman Counterpart: Neptune
Zeus God of the sky, weather, thunder, lightning, law, order, and justice.

Parents: Cronus and Rhea
Children: might as well be all of them, let's be honest.

Symbols: scepter, lightning bolt, eagle, bull

Roman Counterpart: Jupiter

Primordial Deities

Name Description
Achlys Goddess of poisons. Personification of misery and sadness.
Aether God of light and the upper atmosphere.
Aion God of eternity. Personification of cyclical time.
Ananke Goddess and inevitability, compulsion, and necessity.
Chaos Personification of nothingness.
Chronos God of empirical time. Separate from Cronus.
Erebus God of darkness and shadow. Personification of the void between Earth and the Underworld.
Eros God of erotic love and attraction.
Gaia Personification of the Earth. Mother of the Titans.
Hemera Goddess of day.
Hypnos Personification of sleep.
Nemesis Goddess of retribution.
the Nesoi Goddesses of islands.
Nyx Goddess of night.
the Ourea Gods of the mountains.
Pontus God of the sea. Father of fish and other sea creatures.
Tartarus God of the deepest part of the Underworld.
Thalassa Personification of the sea.
Thanatos God of death. Brother of Hypnos and Moros.
Uranus God of the heavens. Father of the Titans.

Titans and Titanesses

Name Description
Asteria Goddess of nocturnal oracles and falling stars.
Astraeus God of dusk, stars, planets, and Astrology.
Atlas God of endurance and astronomy. Son of Iapetus.
Coeus God of intellect and the axis of heaven. Husband of Phoebe.
Crius God of constellations. Father of Astraeus, Pallas, and Perses.
Cronus God of harvests. Personification of destructive time. Leader of the Titans. Father of Zeus and son of Uranus. Not to be confused with Chronos.
Dione Goddess of oracles.
Eos Goddess of the dawn.
Epimetheus God of afterthought. Father of excuses.
Helios God of the sun. Guardian of oaths.
Hyperion God of light. Father of Helios, Selene, and Eos.
Iapetus God of mortality. Father of Prometheus, Epimetheus, Menoetius, and Atlas.
Leto Goddess of motherhood. Mother of Artemis and Apollo.
Menoetius God of violent anger, rash action, and human mortality.
Metis Goddess of good counsel, advice, planning, cunning, craftiness, and wisdom. Mother of Athena.
Mnemosyne Goddess of memory and rememberance. Mother of the Nine Muses.
Oceanus God of all rivers and oceans. Creator of Earth's fresh water.
Pallas God of warcraft.
Perses God of destruction.
Phoebe Goddess of the "bright" intellect and prophecy. Wife of Coeus.
Rhea Goddess of fertility, motherhood, and the mountain wilds. Wife of Cronus. Mother of Zeus, Hades, Poseidon, Hera, Demeter, and Hestia.
Selene Goddess of the moon.
Styx God of the underworld river Styx. Personification of hatred.
Tethys Goddess of fresh-water. Mother of rivers, springs, streams, fountains, and clouds.
Theia Goddess of sight and the shining light of the clear blue sky. Wife of Hyperion. Mother of Helios, Selene, and Eos.
Themis Goddess of divine law and order.

Personified Concepts

Name Description
Achlys Personification of sadness, misery, and poison.
Adephagia Spirit of gluttony.
Adikia Spirit of injustice and wrongdoing.
Aergia Spirit of idleness, laziness, and sloth.
Agathodaemon Spirit of the vineyards and grainfields.
Agon Spirit of contest and competition.
Aidos Spirit of modesty, reverence, and respect.
Aisa Personification of fate.
Alala Spirit of the war cry.
Alastor Spirit of vengence.
Aletheia Spirit of truth and sincerity.
the Algea Spirits of pain and suffering. Achos (trouble), Ania (anguish), and Lupe (pain, grief, sadness).
Alke Spirit of courage.
Amechania Spirit of helplessness.
the Amphilogiai Spirits of disputes, debate, and contention.
Anaideia Spirit of ruthlessness, shamelessness, and unforgivingness.
the Androktaisiai Spirits of the fallen on the battlefield.
Angelia Spirit of messages, tidings, and proclemations.
Apate Spirit of deceit, guile, fraud, and deception.
Apheleia Spirit of simplicity.
the Arae Spirits of curses.
Arete Spirit of virtue, excellence, goodness, and valor.
Ate Spirit of delusion, infatuation, blind folly, recklessness, and ruin.
Bia Personification of force and raw energy.
Caerus Spirit of opportunity.
Corus Spirit of surplus and excess.
Deimos Spirit of fear, dread, and terror.
Dikaiosyne Spirit of justice and righteousness.
Dike Spirit of justice, fair judgement, and the rights established by custom and law.
Dolos Spirit of trickery, cunning deception, craftiness, and treachery.
Dysnomia Spirit of lawlessness.
Dyssebeia Spirit of sinfulness and godlessness.
Eirene Goddess of peace.
Eiresione Personification of the olive branch.
Ekecheiria Spirit of truce, armistice, and the ending of hostility.
Eleos Spirit of mercy, pity, and compassion.
Elpis Spirit of hope and expectation.
Epiphron Spirit of good judgement, thoughtfulness, carefulness, and intelligence.
Eris Spirit of strife, discord, contention, and rivalry.
the Erotes
  • Anteros - God of requited love.
  • Eros - God of erotic love.
  • Hedylogos - God of sweettalk and flattery.
  • Hermaphroditus - God of unions, androgyny, marriage, sexuality, and fertility.
  • Himeros - God of sexual desire.
  • Hymen - God of marriage ceremonies, feasts, and song.
  • Pothos - God of sexual longing, yearning, and desire.
Eucleia Spirit of good repute and glory.
Eulabeia Spirit of caution and discretion.
Eunomia Goddess of good order and lawful conduct.
Eupheme Spirit of words of good omen, acclamation, praise, applause, and shouts of triumph.
Eupraxia Spirit of well-being.
Eusebeia Spirit of piety, loyalty, duty, and respect.
Euthenia Spirit of prosperity, abundance, and plenty.
Gelos Spirit of laughter.
Geras Spirit of old age.
Harmonia Goddess of harmony and concord.
Hedone Spirit of enjoyment and delight.
Heimarmene Personification of fate and destiny.
Homados Spirit of battlecries.
Homonoia Spirit of concord, unanimity, and oneness.
Horkos Spirit of oaths.
Horme Spirit of impulse, eagerness, and starting something.
Hybris Spirit of outrageous behavior.
Hypnos God of sleep.
the Hysminai Spirits of fighting and combat.
Ioke Spirit of pursuit in battle.
Kakia Spirit of vice and moral evil.
the Keres Spirits of violent or cruel death.
Koalemos Spirit of stupidity and foolishness.
Kratos Spirit of strength, might, power, and sovereign rule.
Kydoimos Spirit of uproar and hubbub.
Lethe Spirit of forgetfulness and oblivion.
Limos Spirit of hunger and starvation.
the Litae Spirits of prayer.
Lyssa Spirit of rage, fury, and rabies.
the Machai Spirits of fighting and combat.
Mania Spirit of madness, insanity, and frenzy.
the Moirai
  • Clotho - the spinner of the life thread.
  • Lachesis - the measurer of the life thread.
  • Atropos - the severer of the life thread.
Momus Spirit of mockery, blame, censure, and criticism.
Moros Spirit of doom.
the Neikea Spirits of quarrels, feuds, and grievances.
Nemesis Goddess of revenge, balance, righteousness, and retribution.
Nike Goddess of victory.
Nomos Spirit of law.
Oizys Spirit of woe and misery.
the Oneiroi Personifications of dreams.
Palioxis Spirit of backrush, flight, and retreat from battle.
Peitharchia Spirit of discipline.
Peitho Spirit of persuasion and seduction.
Penia Spirit of poverty and need.
Penthus Spirit of grief, mourning, and lamentation.
Pepromene Personification of fate and destiny.
Pheme Spirit of rumor, report, and gossip.
Philophrosyne Spirit of friendliness, kindness, and welcome.
Philotes Spirit of friendship, affection, and sexual intercourse.
Phobos Spirit of panic, fear, flight response, and retreat.
the Phonoi Spirits of murder, killing, and slaughter.
Phrike Spirit of horror and trembling fear.
Phthonus Spirit of envy and jealousy.
Pistis Spirit of trust, honesty, and good faith.
Poine Spirit of retribution, vengence, punishment, and penalty for crimes.
Polemos Personification of war.
Ponos Spirit of hard labor and toil.
Poros Spirit of the means of accomplishing or providing.
Praxidike Spirit of exacting justice.
Proioxis Spirit of battlefield pursuit.
Prophasis Spirit of excuses and pleas.
Ptocheia Spirit of beggary.
Roma Personified version of the city of Rome.
Soter Male personification of safety, preservation, and deliverance from harm.
Soteria Female personification of safety, preservation, and deliverance from harm.
Sophrosyne Spirit of moderation, self-control, temperance, restraint, and discretion.
Thanatos Spirit of death and mortality.
Thrasos Spirit of boldness.
tyche Goddess of fortune, chance, providence, and fate.
Zelos Spirit of eager rivalry, emulation, envy, jealousy, and zeal.

Cthonic Deities

Name Description
Angelos Goddess of the underworld. Daughter of Zeus and Hera.
Charon Ferryman of Hades.
Erebos God of darkness. Lives in the hallows of the Earth.
the Erinyes The Furies, Goddesses of retribution.
  • Alecto - the unceasing one.
  • Tisiphone - avenger of murder.
  • Megaera - the jealous one.
Hades God of the Underworld and all things beneath the Earth.
Hecate Goddess of magic, witchcraft, the night, moon, ghosts, and necromancy.
Judges of the Dead
  • Aiakos - guardian of the keys of Hades.
  • Minos - judge of the final vote.
  • Rhadamanthys - mortal lawmaker and judge of men.
Keuthonymos An underworld spirit. Father of Menoetes.
Lampades Torch-bearing underworld nymphs
Macaria Goddess of blessed death. Daughter of Hades.
Melinoe Goddess of offerings to the dead, bringer of nightmares and madness. Daughter of Persephone and Zeus.
Menoetes Hearder of the cattle of Hades in the underworld.
Nyx Goddess of night.
Persephone Goddess of the Underworld and spring growth. Wife of Hades.
Rivers of the Underworld
  • Acheron - the river of woe.
  • Alpheus - the white river.
  • Eridanos - the river of amber.
  • Kokytos - the river of wailing.
  • Lethe - the river of forgetfulness.
  • Phlegethon - the river of fire.
  • Styx - the river of hatred and oaths.
Tartarus God of the dark, stormy pit of the Underworld.
Thanatos God of death.
Zagreus An underworld God. Son of Zeus and Persephone.

Sea Deities

Name Description
Aegaeon God of violent sea storms.
Amphitrite Goddess of the sea. Wife of Poseidon.
Brizo Patron Goddess of sailors.
Ceto Goddess of the dangers of the ocean and of sea monsters.
Glaucus Patron God of fishermen, also and oracle.
Leucothea Goddess of the sea who aided sailors.
Nereides Sea nymphs
  • Arethusa - daughter of Nereus who was transformed into a fountain.
  • Dynamene - personification of the might and power of ocean waves.
  • Galene - Goddess of calm seas.
  • Psamathe - Goddess of sand beaches.
  • Thetis - leader of the Nereids. Personification of the spawning of marine life.
Nereus God of the sea's fish.
Oceanides Patronesses of bodies of fresh water
  • Idyia - mother of Medea.
  • Metis - first wife of Zeus, mother of Athena.
  • Styx - Goddess of the river Styx.
Oceanus God of the oceans.
Potamoi Gods of the rivers and streams of the Earth.
Palaemon God of the sea who aided sailors.
Phorcys God of the hidden dangers of the deep sea.
Pontus Primordial God of the sea. Father of the fish and other sea creatures. Son of Gaia.
Proteus Prophetic God of the sea. Heardsman of Poseidon's seals.
Poseidon King of the Seas, Lord of the Sea Gods. God of rivers, flood, drought, earthquakes, and horses.
Tethys Goddess of the sources of fresh water. Mother of rivers, springs, streams, fountains, and clouds.
Thalassa Goddess of the sea. Wife of Pontos.
Thaumas God of the wonders of the sea.
Thoosa Goddess of swift currents.
Tritones Fish-tailed spirits who worked with Poseidon.

Sky Deities

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Rustic Deities

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Agricultural Deities

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Health Deities

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Sleep Deities

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Other Deities

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