Explain who the Titans are: The Titans, also known as the elder gods, ruled the earth before the Olympians overthrew them. The ruler of the Titans was Cronus who was overthrown by his son Zeus. Most of the Titans fought with Cronus against Zeus and were punished by being banished to Tartarus. During their rule the Titans were associated with the various planets. Describe the home of the gods.
Zues conviced his brother Hades to create a creature so powerful that it could deafeat the titans. So Hades created a creature called Kraken from his own flesh and blood and it was so powerful that it defeated the titans and end their rule in the world. The titans are supposed to be locked in the underworld inside the tartarus gates. The are also some dreadful and some fascinating creatures in the greek mytholgy and are considerably used in greek mythology movies.Hydra a creature whose head grows back if cut, the manatour a monster with a head of a bull and a man's body, ipotane a race of half horces and half humans. There are also many more creatures like- Ceberus, Medusa, Harpies, Chiron, Sphinx, Orthrus and so on.
He had many children. The Greeks and Romans saw him as king of the gods. He was the youngest of Rhea’s children, he had 5 siblings. The thunderbolt is his symbol of power. Zeus was the only one of his father’s children to not be eaten by his father.
A massive demi-god with seemingly human appearances, only perfected with a toned muscular body, Hercules undoubtedly represents the flawlessness in Gods in comparison to humans. Being the son of Zeus, the father of all immortals, and Alkmene, a mortal, Hercules was destined to be the guardian of both mortal and immortals. There are undoubtedly many statues of Hercules in the world, and they all have one common feature: He is always portrayed in a superhuman way. For this particular marble statue created in the Flavian period by the Romans, Hercules is wearing a lion skin over his head and chest, which looks like a modern day hoodie and cape mixture. His body is the “ideal” body type for men as his muscles are toned and shaped perfectly in a way all men envy.
They then got married and had three daughters; Peitho, Tyche, Eunomia and a son named Hermaphroditus. Some even believe that Cupid may have been his son too. While being with Aphrodite, Hermes was not very faithful to her and had a son named Pan with Penelope. Pan was a great musician just like Hermes. The Romans, however, did not know him as Hermes but rather as Mercury.
In Greek mythology, Prometheus (Greek Προμηθεύς, "forethought") is a Titan, the son of Iapetus and Themis, and brother to Atlas, Epimetheus and Menoetius. He was a champion of mankind, known for his wily intelligence, who stole fire from Zeus and gave it to mortals.  Zeus then punished him for his crime by having him bound to a rock while a great eagle ate his liver every day only to have it grow back to be eaten again the next day. His myth has been treated by a number of ancient sources, in which Prometheus is credited with – or blamed for – playing a pivotal role in the early history of mankind. During the Greek War of Independence, Prometheus became a figure of hope and inspiration for Greek revolutionaries and their philhellene supporters.
Who was responsible for bring fire to mankind, who was chained to the top of a mountain and had his liver devoured by an eagle every night? The answer: Prometheus. This god was part of a mighty group of gods called Titans. The poet Hesoid described Prometheus as a trickster, and a troublemaker. Aeschylus described Prometheus as a “tragic hero”.
Trojan War Mythological Trojan War: What were the reasons b/w conflict between the Trojans and the greek tribes? Is because of the eloping of Helen (Menelaus wife) and Paris which enraged Menelaus. In turn Menelaus calls on his fellow greek chieftains to join him in a war to rejoin Helen and punish the Trojans Explain why the role of paris could be described as supernatural? Because he was fated from birth to bring death and destruction to his fathers kingdom. He also dealt with the gods on many occasions how was siege resolved?
Hephaestus is the son of Zeus and god of fire and a blacksmith. Pandora was created by Hephaestus (Panofsky, 1962). She was artistic by the gods with all the graces and deceitfully presented to human mortals for vindictive reasons. Recreation of Earth The gods clashed relentlessly in the earliest days. Their battle took place on Mount Olympus and the planet Earth.
The Olympians There were twelve Olympians in Greek mythology residing atop of Mount Olympus. At various times, there were fourteen different gods recognized as Olympians, though never more than twelve at one time. They were known as Aphrodite, Apollo, Ares, Artemis, Athena, Demeter, Hephaestus, Hera, Hermes, Hestia, Poseidon, and Zeus. Other gods who are sometimes considered Olympians are Dionysus and Hades. Zeus, Hera, Poseidon, Demeter, Hestia, and Hades were all siblings while the others were usually considered the children of Zeus.