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DescriptionImportant Person from Greek MythParents
Killed, had his shoulder eaten by Demeter, resurrectedTantalus and Clytia
Best Trojan warrior; husband of AndromachePriam and Hecuba
Achilles' war prize taken from him by AgamemnonBrises
Titan father of six of the OlympiansUranus and Gaia
Precursors to Romeo and Juliet: 2 peopleUnknown
Gave fire to man and was punishedUranus and Gaia
Phaeacian princess who rescued Odysseus Alcinous and Arete
Bound to a wheel of fire for attempting to rape HeraPhlegyas and Perimele
Killed her husband when he returned from war with CassandraTyndareus and Leda
Giver of the Golden Apple, Prince of TroyPriam and Hecuba
Woman whose face launched a thousand shipsZeus and Leda
Wove a shroud to deceive suitorsIcarius and Periboea
Blackness out of which came everythingUmm....
Impregnanted by Zeus in the form of golden rainAcrisius and Eurydice
Attempted to rape Leto; has his liver pecked outZeus and Elara
Married to Neoptolemus and OrestesMenelaus and Helen
Chained to a rock to be devoured by a sea-monsterCepheus and Cassiopeia
Personification of Sky, castrated by his sonGaia
King of the Phaecians, gave Odysseus passage homeNausithous
Pursued by the Furies for killing his mother who killed his fatherAgamemnon and Clytemnestra
Goddess of the moon, fell in love with EndymionUranus and Gaia
Turned into a cow by Hera and guarded by ArgusInachus and Melia
Messenger GodZeus and Maia
Goddess of the HuntZeus and Leto
Prophetess no one will believePriam and Hecuba
Dies in chariot accident after false accusations by his step-motherTheseus and Hippolyta
Personification of EarthChaos
Carries arrows causing love and hateAres and Aphrodite
Murders his father, marries his motherLaius and Jocasta
Mother of Andromeda who boasted of her beautyUranus and Gaia
God of the SeaCronos and Rhea
Defeated in a footrace, distracted by golden applesIasus and Clymene
Goddess of the HearthCronos and Rhea
Lyre player, went to the Underworld to fetch his loverOeagrus and Calliope
DescriptionImportant Person from Greek MythParents
Wily King of IthacaLaertes and Anticleia
Gives Theseus a ball of yarnMinos and Pasiphae
Goddess of LoveZeus and Dione / Uranus's castrated genitals / ?
Goddess of the dawn, fell in love with TithonusUranus and Gaia
Turned into a fly, eaten by Zeus, bore AthenaOceanus and Tethys
Goddess of witchcraft and cross-roadsPerses and Asteria
Personification of nightChaos
Buries her brother against her uncle's wishesOedipus and Jocasta
Husband of Clytemnestra; leader of the Greeks at TroyAtreus and Aerope
King of Troy during the Trojan WarLaomedon and Leucippe (?)
Turned into a rock, lost all 14 of her childrenTantalus
Goes on from Troy to found the Roman raceAnchises and Aphrodite
Built the labyrinthEupalamus and Alcippe
Son of Zeus killed in the Trojan War, caused blood rainZeus and Europa
God of the sun and father of PhaethonUranus and Gaia
Sowed dragons' teeth, founder of ThebesAgenor and Telephassa
Mother of Dionysus, immolatedCadmus and Harmonia
Spurned witch who killed her two childrenAeetes and Idyia
God of WineZeus and Semele
Friend/lover/cousin of AchillesMenoetius
First wife of HeraclesCreon
Second wife of Heracles, accidentally killed himOeneus and Althaea
Brothers of Helen, Dioscuri: 2 peopleZeus/Tyndareus and Leda
King of the GodsCronos and Rhea
Fell in love with her step son, committed suicideMinos and Pasiphae
Founder of an unlucky house and brother of ThyestesPelops and Hippodamia
Giantess mother of PolyphemusPhorcys and Ceto
Unlucky maiden who died of a snakebite at her weddingApollo
Turned into a laurel tree, spurned ApolloPeneus and Gaia
Amazon queen who was killed by AchillesAres and Otrere
God of Music, ProphecyZeus and Leto
Abducted by Zeus in the form of a white bullAgenor and Telephassa
Fell in love with Narcissus and wasted awayUnknown
Slayer of the ChimeraGlaucus/Poseidon and Eurynome
DescriptionImportant Person from Greek MythParents
Unlucky young sailor who fell off Circe's roofUnknown
Seduced by Zeus as a swanThestius and Eurythemis
Owner of a cursed necklace; wife of Cadmus Ares and Aphrodite
Leader of the Seven Against ThebesTalaus and Lysimache
Torn apart by his mother and aunts in a frenzyEchion and Agave
Mother of Antigone, Ismene, Eteocles, and PolynicesMenoeceus
Goddess of MarriageCronos and Rhea
50 girls who killed their husbands/cousinsDanaus
Died when he flew too close to the sunDaedalus
Slayer of MedusaZeus and Danae
Forced to hold the world on his shouldersUranus and Gaia
Drove his father's sun chariot, struck down by ZeusHelios and Clymene
Ugliest man at TroyAgrius
Completed 12 LaborsZeus and Alcmene
Ate pomegrante seeds in the UnderworldZeus and Demeter
Lost the battle over the armor of AchillesTelamon and Periboea
Slayer of the Minotaur, founder of AthensAegeus/Poseidon and Aethra
Pious couple turned into a linden & oak tree 2 peopleUnknown
God of the UnderworldCronos and Rhea
God of WarZeus and Hera
Sentenced to eternal hunger and eternal thirstZeus and Pluto (not the guy)
Titan mother of six of the OlympiansUranus and Gaia
Captain of the Argonauts, one sandaled manAeson and Tyro
Goddess of WisdomZeus and Metis
God of the ForgeZeus and Hera
Husband of Helen; King of SpartaAtreus and Aerope
'Sing, o muse the wrath of...'Peleus and Thetis
Slept with Zeus disguised as her husband AmphitryonElectryon and Anaxo
Fell in love with his own reflectionCephisus and Liriope
Must roll a rock up a hill every dayAeolus and Aenarete
Goddess of the HarvestCronos and Rhea
Bore Artemis and ApolloCoeus and Phoebe

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