Who married Cronus?

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Who married Cronus?


Q. Who created Greek mythology?

The most complete version of the Greek creation myths that survives is a poem called the Theogony (“Birth of the Gods”) by a poet named Hesiod, who lived in the late eighth or early seventh century B.C. (that is, the low-numbered 700s or high-numbered 600s BC).

Q. What is Zeus famous story?

Zeus is the Olympian god of the sky and the thunder, the king of all other gods and men, and, consequently, the chief figure in Greek mythology. The son of Cronus and Rhea, he is probably most famous for his infidelity to his sister and wife, Hera.

Q. Did Cronus eat Hades?

After being born, Hades was swallowed by his father Cronus to prevent a prophecy that a son would someday overthrow him. Hades was eventually saved by his younger brother Zeus.

Q. Who took Persephone’s virginity?

None whatsoever. According to the most popular version of the myth, Persephone was a virgin when she was abducted by Hades. She had been in the company of Artemis and Athena (two of the three virgin Olympian goddesses, the third being Hestia), and her mother had rejected both Hermes and Apollo’s proposals.

Q. Does Poseidon love Percy?

Yes. Poseidon definitely cared for Percy. … Poseidon does very much love percy, he himself said that Percy was his favorite son. But the gods are very limited on how much they can interact with their children and how much they can help them.

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