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The Greek Titans

According to Greek mythology, the Titans were a race of primordial, powerful deities that ruled during the legendary Golden Age. The Titans were created by Gaea, the goddess of the Earth and Uranus, the god of the Heaven who embraced Gaea strongly with his starry coat. Gaea and Uranus became the first divine couple of the World.

The Titans were the first dwelling in Mount Olympus in Ancient Greece, but were overthrown and expelled to the lower basement of Hades, the Tartarus, after their defeat in a huge battle with the Olympian Gods, known as Titanomachy.



Superior Titans

Greek Titaness Gaea

Gaea

Mother Earth in Ancient Greece
Greek God Uranus

Uranus

The Titan of the Skies

Main Titans

Greek Titan Atlas

Atlas

The Titan of Astronomy
Greek God Prometheus

Prometheus

The Titan of Wisdom and Forethought

Titan Couples

Greek Titan Cronus

Cronus

The Father of the Olympian Gods
Greek Titaness Rhea

Rhea

The Mother of the Olympian Gods

Greek Titan Coeus

Coeus

The Titan of Intelligence
Greek God Phoebe

Phoebe

The Titaness of Brilliance and the Moon

Greek Titan Hyperion

Hyperion

The Titan of Light and Observation
Greek God Theia

Theia

The Titaness of Sight

Greek Titan Oceanus

Oceanus

The Ruler of the Waters and the Seas
Greek titaness Tethys

Tethys

The Titaness of the Wet Element and the Oceans

Further Titans

Greek Titan Crius

Crius

The Titan of Leadership and Domestic Animals
Greek God Iapetus

Iapetus

The Titan of Mortality
Greek Titan Mnemosyne

Mnemosyne

The Titaness of Memory
Greek God Themis

Themis

The Titaness of Law, Justice and Order