GODS AND GODDESSES
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  • Gods and Goddesses in Percy Jackson — Zeus Son of Kronos and Rhea, King of the Gods during the Western Age. Married to Hera. Father of Thalia, a demi god, turned into a pine tree when she risked her life to save her friends and almost died. The air around Zues crackles and smells of… …   Wikipedia

  • List of Norse gods and goddesses — Divided between the Æsir and the Vanir , and sometimes including the jötnar (giants), the dividing line between these groups is less than clear. However, it is usually accepted that the Æsir (including Óðinn, Þórr and Týr) were warrior gods,… …   Wikipedia

  • Gods and Mortals — Infobox comics story arc imagesize= caption= publisher = DC Comics date= February 1987 to August 1987 titles= Wonder Woman vol. 2, #1 7 notable=y main char team =Wonder Woman, Queen Hippolyta, Ares, Hercules writers = George Pérez, Len Wein, Greg …   Wikipedia

  • List of Maya gods and supernatural beings — This is a name list of Maya gods and supernatural beings, mainly taken from the Books of Chilam Balam (CHB), Lacandon ethnography (LAC), Landa (L), and Popol Vuh (PV). Depending on the source, the name is Yucatec or K iche . The Classic Period… …   Wikipedia

  • GODS —    As in all polytheistic religions, a great number of deities were worshipped in Mesopotamia throughout the ages. Most people had names composed with that of a god or a goddess. This serves as a useful indication of the popularity of a… …   Historical Dictionary of Mesopotamia

  • Gods of War — or God of War may refer to:War:* Murugan, the god of war in Hinduism * Ares, the god of war in Greek mythology * Mars (mythology), the god of war in Roman mythology * Enyo and Bellona (goddess), goddesses of war (and female counterparts to Ares… …   Wikipedia

  • Germanic religion and mythology — Introduction       complex of stories, lore, and beliefs about the gods and the nature of the cosmos developed by the Germanic speaking peoples before their conversion to Christianity.       Germanic culture extended, at various times, from the… …   Universalium

  • Syrian and Palestinian religion — ▪ ancient religion Introduction       beliefs of Syria and Palestine between 3000 and 300 BC. These religions are usually defined by the languages of those who practiced them: e.g., Amorite, Hurrian, Ugaritic, Phoenician, Aramaic, and Moabite.… …   Universalium

  • The Assembly of Gods — is a fifteenth century dream vision poem by an unknown author (it was originally attributed to John Lydgate, but scholars now agree that is unlikely that he wrote it). The poem, which includes many of the standard allegorical forms of its day,… …   Wikipedia

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