Tethys is, in Greek Mythology, married to Titan Oceano and together they are the parents of the Oceanids (they mean the fertility of the water). Like Ocean, Tethys is the Ancient Goddess represented by being the Sea.
Phoebe was, in Greek Mythology, the Ancient Goddess (or Titanide) of Purification, as she was a deity connected with the Light and adored for being the "Prophet" of human life.
Theia is, in Greek Mythology, Hyperion's wife and is also known as the "Enlightened Goddess", because like her husband and children, Theia shines like the sun itself.
Phobos and Deimos are, in Greek Mythology, companions of war and both are sons of the God Ares. Both mean Terror and Fear. Learn more about these deities below.
Eileithyia was, in Greek Mythology, the Goddess of Childbirth. She was a scarce deity, as she represented only one thing, different from Apollo, where her name had many representations.
Cupid and Eros, both in Greek and Roman Mythologies, besides being the "God of Love" (because they were the same deity), were in love with Psyche. One of the most beautiful stories of antiquity.
Persephone was, in Greek Mythology, forced wife of Hades and also daughter of Demeter and Goddess of Flowers and Herbs, pure like her mother, the goddess of agriculture.
Leto or Latona is, in Greek Mythology, the Goddess of Nightfall. In addition to being the mother of the twins Apollo and Artemis, she was Zeus' lover. Check out Myth below.
The best known version of Electra, in Greek Mythology, was because she was a mortal and daughter of Agamemnon, there is also the Myth of being the Goddess of the Storm.
Charon is, in Greek Mythology, the Boatman of the Underworld and it was this deity responsible for separating men from the world of the living to that of the dead.
Atlas is, in Greek Mythology, one of the most well-known Titans and also punished by Zeus with the weight of holding the sky for all eternity, know his history.
Hesperides are, in Greek Mythology, the Goddesses of Afternoon. They have an incredible garden! His parents are Nyx and Erebus, both representations of night and darkness, check it out.
Themis is, in Greek Mythology, the Goddess of Justice and her image is very similar to the sign of the pound. She is the deity who represents the oaths and the law of men, check.
Nemesis is, in Greek Mythology, the Goddess of Vengeance. She is the daughter of Nix (the night) with Oceano. In itself, she was not a bad deity, she just did what had to be done.
Aeolus is the Leader of the Wind Gods of Greek Mythology, being: Boreas, Zephyr, Eurus, Notus and the minors: Cecias, Apeliotes, Lips and Sirocus. Check about these deities below.
Iris is, in Greek Mythology, the Messenger Goddess, as she connects the Earth to Olympus and is also considered to be the fastest being among all deities. It is totally full, check it out.
Momus is a little-known God within Greek Mythology, however, he is somewhat different from the others for being the representation of Sarcasm, check out more about this being.
Aether is, in Greek Mythology, the God (or goddess, since she is often represented as a woman) of the Upper Heaven. He is one of the ancient gods and has several sons and daughters
Morpheus, unlike his brother Hypnos (god of Sleep), is the God of Dreams and Daydreams. This being from Greek Mythology can appear in any dream and take any form, see.
Kairos or Caerus is the grandson of Chronos (personification of time) and is a little talked about God in Greek Mythology, he is known for being the representation of opportune time.
Helios is, in Greek and Roman Mythology, the Ancient God of the Sun and he was often compared to Apollo. Hélio is his predecessor, even for being a second generation Titan.
Prometheus and Epimetheus, both Gods of Greek Mythology, were brothers and were related to the myth of Pandora's box. Prometheus itself was much better, check.
Hypnos is the Sleep God of Greek Mythology and he is also a twin brother of Thanatos. This Greek God is the son of Nix with Erebus and was much worshiped in Ancient Greece.
Thanatos was, in Greek and Roman Mythology, the God of Death, therefore, the PERSONIFICATION of death, however, not the fatal death but the light and necessary death.
When it comes to Greek Mythology, Hemera is the Goddess of Light, that is, the Personification of Light, and she is the daughter of Nix with Erebus and in addition, Check;
Moros was, in Greek Mythology, the God of Luck and Destiny. He was the son of Nix (goddess of nightfall), one of the most relevant deities in this Mythology.
Asclepius is the Greek and Roman God of Medicine and in some versions, he was one of the 15 (or 12) Olympic gods. Check out the fascinating history of this god from Greek Mythology.
Hestia was the Greek Goddess of Home and Hearth and in Greco-Roman Mythology, Hestia was often represented as one of the 12 (in other versions 15) deities of Olympus.
Hephaestus is one of the Olympic gods of Ancient Greece and is known for being the Greek God of Metallurgy ... It was Hephaestus who forged the beam of Zeus, Trident of Poseidon and the Helm of Hades.
Dionysos is the Greek God of Wine and festivals ... In Greek Mythology, Dionysos was represented for being "Emotion", as for Apollo, "Reason". Both always in contrast. Check.