Titans and Primodials

Primordial deities or Greater Titans have long since shed the need for mortal guise and are far beyoond the ken of men.

Αιθήρ (Aithēr) Aether God of the upper air.

Χάος (Khaos) Chaos The nothingness from which all else sprang.

Χρόνος (Khronos) Chronos or Chronus The Keeper of Time. Not to be confused with the Titan
Cronus, the father of Zeus.

Έρεβος (Erebos) Erebus God of darkness and shadow.

Γαία (Gaia) Gaia or Gaea Goddess of the Earth (Mother Earth); mother of the Titans.

Ημέρα (Émera) Hemera Goddess of daylight and the sun.

Ζέφυρος (Zephuros) Zephyrus God of the west wind.

Νύξ (Nux) Nyx Goddess of night. She is also the only being from which Zeus turned from when her son Hypnos, who had angered Zeus, hid behind her.

Τάρταρος (Tartaros) Tartarus The darkest, deepest part of the underworld.

Ουρανός (Ouranos) Ouranos God of the heavens (Father Sky); father of the Titans. He banished his children, the Cyclopes and the Hecatonchires, to the underworld because they did not please him.

Titans

Themis

Atlas

Oceanus

Tethys

Hyperion

Theia

Coeus

Phoebe

Rhea

Crius

Iapetus

Prometheus

Helios

Kronos

Titans and Primodials

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