Who are Romulus and Remus? The Titanes should be listed as children of Ouranos (Caelum) and Gaia (Terra) not Aither and Gaia, but the notation to this effect seems to have been lost in the transcription. 41 ff : 3. 4 (trans. Individually they were apparently responsible for the establishment of the portions of time:--Kronos, was time the destroyer; Krios (Crius, the Ram), leader of the constellations, and so regulator of the seasons; Koios (Coeus) (also known as Polos "the pole"), lord of the axis of heaven, around which the constellations revolved measuring the year; Hyperion, overlord of the day and night, father of sun, moon and dawn; Iapetos (Iapetus) "the piercer," Titan-god of mortal life-span and ancestor of man; and Okeanos (Oceanus) the earth-encircler, who oversaw the rising and setting of the heavenly bodies. went to Crete, gave birth to the child in the Dictaean Cave, and entrusted him to be brought up to the Curetes, and the daughters of Melissus, the nymphs Adrasteia and Ida. And the gates of Olympos rattled in echo to her jealous throat from high heaven. The Three Judges in Greek Underworld were popularly known after the Anime Knights of the Zodiac, but these Three Mythological beings existed a long time ago within Greek Mythology. Oceanus, Themis, Tartarus, Pontus; the Titanes : Briareus, Gyes, Steropes, Atlas, Hyperion, and Polus [Koios], Saturnus [Kronos (Cronus)], Ops [Rhea], Moneta [Mnemosyne], Dione." PALLAS The Titan god of warcraft and the campaign season. 2. 6 : Pausanias, Description of Greece 8. In the Thrakian (Thracian) and Thessalian tradition, the Titanes were portrayed as a barbarous tribe of giants who made war on the gods. ", Callimachus, Fragment 195 (from Eustathius) : [3 & 4] Those of [the Titan] Okeanos (Oceanus) and [Titanis] Tethys were called Okeanides (Oceanides) : Asia, Styx, Elektra, Doris, Eurynome, and Metis. . : [N.B. Chimera was an extremely popular figure in Greek Mythology and is a huge monster with a hybrid appearance of two or more animals! ], Anacreon, Fragment 505d (from Fulgentius, Mythologies) (trans. After them was born Kronos (Cronus) the wily, youngest and most terrible of her children, and he hated his lusty sire . ", Homeric Hymn 3 to Pythian Apollo 300 ff (trans. Bellerophon was one of the most relevant heroes of Greek Mythology and became known after defeating the dreaded Chimera! ", Pseudo-Hyginus, Fabulae 150 (trans. Drag down to earth the heavenly pillar, let Atlas be shaken and flee away, let him throw down the starry vault of Olympos and fear no more its circling course--for I will not permit a son of Earth to be bowed down with chafed shoulders, while he underprops the revolving compulsion of the sky! He swallowed his first-born daughter Hestia, then Demeter and Hera, and after them Plouton (Pluton) [Haides] and Poseidon. 335 ; Paus. to C1st A.D.) : Oppian, Halieutica 5. : Strabo, Geography 10. . He was probably identified with Olympos or Kronos. ", For MORE specific stories of Titans released see KRONOS & PROMETHEUS, Diodorus Siculus, Library of History 5. "The dark, stream of black Styx, where Termeios [Zeus] made the seat of the oath-swearing for the immortals, drawing the water in golden basins for libations, when he was about to go against the Gigantes (Giants) and Titanes (Titans)." Il. "And they [the heroes in Elysion (Elysium)] live untouched by sorrow in the islands of the blessed along the shore of deep swirling Okeanos (Oceanus), happy heroes for whom the grain-giving earth bears honey-sweet fruit flourishing thrice a year, far from the deathless gods, and Kronos (Cronus) rules over them; for the father of men and gods released him from his bonds. ", Colluthus, Rape of Helen 48 ff (trans. The son of Gaia and Uranus, Hyperion was often called the ‘Sun High-one’ and made literary appearances in the work of Homer and Hesiod.  From [Titan] Iapetus and Clymene, Atlas, Epimetheus, Prometheus. Hesiod, Theogony 133 ff (trans. : Aeschylus, Prometheus Bound 207 ff (trans. The geographer Strabo, on the other hand, connects it with the titanismos, a ritual cry uttered in certain religious rites practised by the Thrakians (Thracians) to the north. 173, xiv. [9 & 10] From [Titan] Saturnus [Kronos (Cronus)] and [Titanis] Ops [Rhea], Vesta [Hestia], Ceres [Demeter], Juno [Hera], Jupiter [Zeus], Pluto [Haides], Neptunus [Poseidon]. He was cast into Tartaros at the end of the Titan-War along with his brothers. ", Nonnus, Dionysiaca 27. 2 (trans. ", For MORE information on the castration of Ouranos see OURANOS, Hesiod, Theogony 334 - 515 (trans. : Kronos (Cronus), or Phanes more primeval still, or the breed of Titan Helios as old as the universe itself. [N.B. Rackham) (Roman rhetorician C1st B.C.) Mair) (Greek poet C3rd B.C.) to 2nd A.D.) : "To behold again Mekone (Mecone, Poppy), seat of the Blessed (Makaroi), where first the gods cast lots and apportioned their honours after the war with the Gigantes [the Titanes]. And there are shining gates and an immoveable threshold of bronze having unending roots and it is grown of itself. 3 : deserted to him from the enemy, for which he was accorded peculiar honours, and all who opposed them were cut down by the gods. HOPLODAMOS (Hoplodamus) A Titan, Kourete (Curete) or Gigante (Giant) who led his brothers in the protection of Rhea after Kronos (Cronus) learned of her deception over the birth of Zeus. Aldrich) (Greek mythographer C2nd A.D.) : He was probably the same as Menoites, the bondsman of Haides. 1 (trans. 11. : The name Titans is also given to those divine or semi-divine beings who were descended from the Titans, such as Prometheus, Hecate (Hes. 37. His lower torso is the same as a serpent. . Each one of them was the discover of things of benefit to mankind, and because of the benefaction they conferred upon all men they were accorded honours and everlasting fame. 6 - 7 (trans. 103 ff (trans. Angered by this, Rhea, when she was heavy with Zeus, went off to Krete (Crete) and gave birth to him . 223 ff (trans. These Gigantes are presumably the Kouretes (Curetes), the usual companions of Rhea. Avert your rage, if from the infernal seats one of your tribe should wish to visit our retreats. ", Alcman, Fragment 61 (from Eustathius on Iliad) (trans. Source: Dictionary of Greek and Roman Biography and Mythology. (Hom. : Pausanias, Description of Greece 7. : Rieu) (Greek epic C3rd B.C.) § 3) mentions a Titan Anytus, who was believed to have brought up the Arcadian Despoena. . According to some (e.g. . Let there not be intestine war in heaven once gain, after that conflict with Kronos (Cronus) which threatened Olympos : let me not see another war after the affray with Iapetos (Iapetus).’", Nonnus, Dionysiaca 19. 5 : 20. No, let him leave his endless burden to the other gods, and battle against the Blessed Ones! . "Zeus Lord in the Highest, did not rise to heaven without hard work, he the sovereign of the stars : firt he must beind fast those threateners of Olympos, the Titanes (Titans) and hide them deep in the pit of Tartaros. 460 ff : iv. Kronos was cast into the pit of Tartaros after his defeat. once upon a time valiant Pallas holding the aigis (goatskin) defended the gates of Olympos, and scattered the stormy assault of the Titanes, thus honouring the dexterous travail of her father's head. 1 : This shift in power that took place in the world of Greek mythology replaced the Greek Titans , 12 in all , with the likes of Zeus. 6. Apulian Red Figure Vase Painting C4th B.C. These Titans are Oceanus, Coeus, Crius, Hyperion, Iapetus, Cronus, Theia, Rheia, Themis, Mnemosyne, Phoebe, and Tethys, to whom Apollodorus (i. . Jones) (Greek geographer C1st B.C. Conway) (Greek lyric C5th B.C.) . : Pseudo-Apollodorus, Bibliotheca 1. Then the bold bull collapsed: the murderers each eager for his turn with the knife chopt piecemeal the bull-shaped Dionysos [Zagreus]. the Titanes]; nor will he stop, until he has satiated his soul or another seizes his impregnable empire by some device of guile. Along with his sister, known as ‘shining’ Phoebe, he fathered Leto and Asteria. "[Zeus] the son of Kronos (Cronus) and the other deathless gods whom rich-haired Rhea bare from union with Kronos, brought them [the stormy Hekatonkheires (Hecatoncheires)] up again to the light at Gaia's (Earth's) advising. (Hom. He was probably identified with the Kouretes (Curetes), Kronos or Olymbros. The Pelasgian tribes of Thrake (Thrace) were said to have been born from the blood of Titanes (Titans) or Gigantes (Giants), spilled in their war against the gods. : Strabo, Geography 7 Fragments 39 - 40 (trans. . Mair) (Greek poet C3rd B.C.) These barbarian gods once snuck into Olympos, their faces smeared with with white chalk (titanos), and seized the child Zagreus who was seated on the throne of heaven, removing his lightning bolts, and dismembered him with their knives. MYLINOS (Mylinus) A Gigante (Giant) or Titan of the island of Krete (Crete), destroyed by Zeus. Aldrich) (Greek mythographer C2nd A.D.) : Apollonius Rhodius, Argonautica 4. 1 - 2 (trans. . Campbell, Vol. and Styx who is the chiefest of them all. to 2nd A.D.) : Weir Smyth) (Greek tragedy C5th B.C.) Evelyn-White) (Greek epic C8th or C7th B.C.) Athenian Black Figure Vase Painting C6th B.C. . ", For MORE information on this Titan see IAPETOS. : Homeric Hymn 3 to Pythian Apollo 300 ff (trans. ADANOS (Adanus) An alternative name for one of the Titanes. Theog. the fate of the other Titanes] : do what he will, me he shall never bring to death [i.e. . 37. Hesiod, Theogony 133 ff (trans. ii. xiv. . 223 ff (trans. 23-25) : Diodorus Siculus, Library of History 5. [N.B. In return the Kyklopes gave Zeus thunder, lightning, and a thunderbolt, as well as a helmet for Plouton (Pluton) [Haides] and a trident for Poseidon.  Now [the Titan] Iapetos (Iapetus) took to wife the neat-ankled maid Klymene (Clymene), daughter of Okeanos (Oceanus), and went up with her into one bed. The name Hyperion also occurs but only as a title of Helios (Helius). This is what they call her in Lakonia (Laconia) also. : they actually fought wars of their own, for instance with the Titanes (Titans) and the Gigantes (Giants). The son of Kronos [Zeus] did her no wrong nor took anything away of all that was her portion among the former Titan gods : but she holds, as the division was at the first from the beginning, privilege both in earth, and in heaven, and in sea.".  Atlas, who holds the sky on his shoulders, Prometheus, Epimetheus, and Menoitios (Menoetius), whom Zeus struck with a thunderbolt in the Titan battle and confined to Tartaros (Tartarus), were all sons of [Titan] Iapetos (Iapetus) and Asia. : Aeschylus, Prometheus Unbound (lost play) : Aeschylus, Fragment 104 Prometheus Unbound (from Arrian, Voyage in the Euxine 99.