Rhea
~Mother of the Gods~
Rhea is known as
many things like the
god of the moon, the
earth, and soil, but
she is mainly known
as the mother of the
g...
Rhea’s mother
and father were
Gaia and Uranus,
Rhea married
her brother
Cronus, and they
ruled the Titans
on Olympus.
Rhea’s usually seen
as a matronly woman,
with a crown, and
usually is between her
two lions, or being
pulled in a chariot ...
Rhea was an Earth
Goddess, she was in
charge of the fertility of
soil, and women. She
took over most of these
responsibili...
Rhea and Cronus
had 6 children,
Demeter, Hera,
Hestia, Poseidon,
Hades and Zeus.
Rhea was mad at Cronus, and she
helped Zeus dethrone him.
After Cronus was
killed, Rhea
became less
important on
Olympus.
Rhea only appears in few other myths, and when
she does, it’s usually to resolve a fight between
two gods, by choosing who...
Rhea uses her
powers for many
things.
I’m glad I chose
Rhea, I think it
would be cool to
have her powers.
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Rhea ~greek goddess~ Jaclyn

  1. 1. Rhea ~Mother of the Gods~
  2. 2. Rhea is known as many things like the god of the moon, the earth, and soil, but she is mainly known as the mother of the gods.
  3. 3. Rhea’s mother and father were Gaia and Uranus, Rhea married her brother Cronus, and they ruled the Titans on Olympus.
  4. 4. Rhea’s usually seen as a matronly woman, with a crown, and usually is between her two lions, or being pulled in a chariot by them.
  5. 5. Rhea was an Earth Goddess, she was in charge of the fertility of soil, and women. She took over most of these responsibilities from her mother Gaia.
  6. 6. Rhea and Cronus had 6 children, Demeter, Hera, Hestia, Poseidon, Hades and Zeus.
  7. 7. Rhea was mad at Cronus, and she helped Zeus dethrone him.
  8. 8. After Cronus was killed, Rhea became less important on Olympus.
  9. 9. Rhea only appears in few other myths, and when she does, it’s usually to resolve a fight between two gods, by choosing who she likes better.
  10. 10. Rhea uses her powers for many things.
  11. 11. I’m glad I chose Rhea, I think it would be cool to have her powers.

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