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Greek Gods Family Tree Chaos Single parent or unknown second parent Gaia (Earth) Tartarus Nyx (Night) Eros Erebus Two parents Typhon Relationship or marriage No border Line Dashed Dotted God(dess) or important mortal Mortal family tree, eventually from Poseidon 6 generations, eventually from Epaphus Mnemosyne Uranus The Cyclopes Mountains Cronus Rhea Coeus Pontus Phoebe Aether Hyperion Momus (blame) Hemera Hecatonchires Ponos (woe) Iapetus Moros (fate) Oceanus Thanatos (death) Hypnos (sleep) The Hesperides The Keres and Fates Nemesis Apate (deception) Philotes (friendship) Geras (age) Eris (strife) Echidna Tethys Titan Monster Oceanids Electryon Hestia Other Semele Licymnius Hades 2 Hera Poseidon Demeter Melia Zeus Leto Epimetheus Prometheus Atlas Male Pink Female Alcmene Io Pleiades Maia God of Olympus Some rights reserved. See http: //creativecommons. org /licenses/by-nc-nd/3. 0/ “Three-thousand sons and daughters” Pleione Dione Blue Inachus Dionysus Heracles Ares Hebe 1 Hephaestus Genealogies Many Greek gods have conflicting genealogies: Aphrodite is sometimes said to be born “from the foam of the sea” rather than from Zeus and Dione. Clymene either has six parents or the name refers to six distinct people. The Muses Calliope, Clio, Erato, Euterpe, Melpomene, Polyhymnia, Terpsichore, Thalia, Urania Persephone Tyche Athena Rhodos Epaphus Peitho Aphrodite Eunomia Apollo Artemis Hermaphroditus Hermes Abderus Dryope or Merope or Aero Asterope Calaeno Electra Alcyone Taygete Gods of Olympus 1 Hebe resigned her place after she married Heracles. 2 Hades was considered an Olympian god but spent most of his time in the underworld. Pan The Gods of Olympus occupied Mount Olympus.