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Greek Mythology
The Gods Of Water
Poseidon (Neptune)
• Lord and the Ruler of
The Sea, the Friendly
Sea and Underground
Rivers
• Zeus’ brother and
second to ...
• always shown carrying his
Trident
• he had some connection
with bulls and horses
• his wife was Amphitrite
(a granddaugh...
Parents:
Cronus and Rhea
Children
• Theseus, Triton, Polyphemus,
Belus, Agenor, Neleus, Atlas
Ocean
• Lord of the River Ocean
• He was represented as a powerful but kind old man
or having the upper body of a man with...
OCEANIDES
Nereus
• The Old man of the Sea
• God of the sea’s bounty of fish
• Son of Pontus and Gaea
• His wife is Doris
• Had fifty...
Pontus
• Means Deep Sea
• Son of Earth and the father of Nereus
Pontus the Sea, Greco-Roman
mosaic, Bardo Museum
Depiction...
Triton
• Trumpeter of the Sea
• Son of Poseidon and Amphitrite
• Messenger god of the sea
Proteus
• Protector of the seas,...
Naiads Nymphs
• Pegaiai- nymphs of springs
• Krenalai- naiads of fountains
• Potameides- presided over rivers and streams
...
Triton
Proteus
Leucothea
PalaemonGlaucus
Welcome to the
Underworld
The Gods and the Geography
of the Otherworld
Get a male partner
You have to make the coin travel inside the
clothes of your male partner from top to
bottom. Then answe...
Hades/Pluto
• The Ruler of the Underworld
• He had Queen name Persephone
• According to Iliad, Hades’ dominion lies
betwee...
Cerberus
Tartarus Erebus
Homer
• Vague, shadowy and inhabited by shadows
• Ghost’s existence
• Like a miserable dream
• Place where wicked are puni...
Virgil
• The only poet who gives clearly the geography
of the underworld
• Acheron- river of woe
• Cocytus- river of lamen...
• Cerberus- three-headed, dragon-tailed dog
who permits the spirit to enter
• On his arrival, each one is brought before
t...
• The Erinyes- they punish the evil doers
• They are inexorable, but just
• They are represented as three:
• Tisiphone, Me...
References
http://www.talesbeyondbelief.com/titans-
mythology/oceanus.htm
http://www.talesbeyondbelief.com/titans-
mytholo...
GREEK MYTHOLOGY;GODS OF WATER AND THE UNDERWORLD
GREEK MYTHOLOGY;GODS OF WATER AND THE UNDERWORLD
GREEK MYTHOLOGY;GODS OF WATER AND THE UNDERWORLD
GREEK MYTHOLOGY;GODS OF WATER AND THE UNDERWORLD
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GREEK MYTHOLOGY;GODS OF WATER AND THE UNDERWORLD

  1. 1. Greek Mythology The Gods Of Water
  2. 2. Poseidon (Neptune) • Lord and the Ruler of The Sea, the Friendly Sea and Underground Rivers • Zeus’ brother and second to him eminence • He was called the Earth-shaker
  3. 3. • always shown carrying his Trident • he had some connection with bulls and horses • his wife was Amphitrite (a granddaughter of the Titan , Ocean) • considered one of the most bad-tempered, moody and greedy Olympian gods.
  4. 4. Parents: Cronus and Rhea Children • Theseus, Triton, Polyphemus, Belus, Agenor, Neleus, Atlas
  5. 5. Ocean • Lord of the River Ocean • He was represented as a powerful but kind old man or having the upper body of a man with a long beard and horns (often represented as the claws of a crab or lobster), and the lower torso of a sea serpent • He was the personification of the mythical ever- flowing stream, which, encircled the world, and from which sprang all the rivers and streams that watered the earth He separated the earth and mortals from Hades, the world of the dead
  6. 6. OCEANIDES
  7. 7. Nereus • The Old man of the Sea • God of the sea’s bounty of fish • Son of Pontus and Gaea • His wife is Doris • Had fifty lovely daughters, the nymphs of the sea called Nereids
  8. 8. Pontus • Means Deep Sea • Son of Earth and the father of Nereus Pontus the Sea, Greco-Roman mosaic, Bardo Museum Depiction of Pontos at the Constanţa Museum of National History
  9. 9. Triton • Trumpeter of the Sea • Son of Poseidon and Amphitrite • Messenger god of the sea Proteus • Protector of the seas, river and other bodies of water • Power of foretelling the future and changing shape at his will • Can be change into human, a snake,a horse or a sea creature
  10. 10. Naiads Nymphs • Pegaiai- nymphs of springs • Krenalai- naiads of fountains • Potameides- presided over rivers and streams • Limnades and Limnatides- Inhhabited lakes • Heleinomai- nymphs of marshes and wetlands
  11. 11. Triton Proteus
  12. 12. Leucothea PalaemonGlaucus
  13. 13. Welcome to the Underworld The Gods and the Geography of the Otherworld
  14. 14. Get a male partner You have to make the coin travel inside the clothes of your male partner from top to bottom. Then answer this question by getting the correct answer inside the envelope and post it on the board: Answer: Persephone Who is the daughter of Demeter and was abducted by Hades?; She Became the Queen of the Underworld
  15. 15. Hades/Pluto • The Ruler of the Underworld • He had Queen name Persephone • According to Iliad, Hades’ dominion lies between secret places of the earth. According to the Odyssey, one must cross Ocean to get there. • Hades was depicted as stern and unyielding, unmoved by prayer and sacrifice. • Hades had a cap or helmet that made its wearer invisible.
  16. 16. Cerberus
  17. 17. Tartarus Erebus
  18. 18. Homer • Vague, shadowy and inhabited by shadows • Ghost’s existence • Like a miserable dream • Place where wicked are punished and good rewarded
  19. 19. Virgil • The only poet who gives clearly the geography of the underworld • Acheron- river of woe • Cocytus- river of lamentation • Charon- Ferries the soul to the farther bank
  20. 20. • Cerberus- three-headed, dragon-tailed dog who permits the spirit to enter • On his arrival, each one is brought before three Judges (Rhadamantus, Minos, Aeacus) who pass sentence and send the wicked to everlasting torment and the good to Elysian Fields
  21. 21. • The Erinyes- they punish the evil doers • They are inexorable, but just • They are represented as three: • Tisiphone, Megaera, Alecto • Sleep and Death- his brothers and dwelt in Underworld • Dreams are ascended from there to men. They passed through two gates, one horn which true dreams went, one of ivory for false dreams
  22. 22. References http://www.talesbeyondbelief.com/titans- mythology/oceanus.htm http://www.talesbeyondbelief.com/titans- mythology/oceanus.htm http://www.theoi.com/Pontios/Nereus.html https://www.pinterest.com/pin/273312271111150 658/ Hamilton, Edith.(2012). The Classic Bestseller Mythology. New york, NY. Grand Central Publishing Prepared by: Abegail B. Cerino BSED-EN 3-2D December 09,2016

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