Monday, 16 September 2013



In the Greek mythology  Poseidon was described as god of water and the sea, son of Cronus and Rhea. His brother were Zeus and Hades. When the three brothers deposed their father, the kingdom of the sea fell by lot to Poseidon.
      Unpredictable and sometimes violent, he was also god of earthquakes and he was closely associated with horses. Most of his offspring were giants and savage creatures. By Medusa he was the father of the winged horse Pegasus. The Isthmian Games were held in his honor. In art he was often shown holding a trident and accompanied by a dolphin and tuna. The Roman identified him with Neptune.

Poseidon love
  AbaAmphitrite  : Amymone : Aethra ArteriaAstypalaea :Beroe : CaenisCanace :Chione : CirceCoronisCoryra : Demeter (Demeter and Poseidon): Halia : Iphimedeia : MestraNerites : Pelops : SalamisTheophane : Thoosa : Thronia2 : Tyro :(update soon)

  PasiphaeDemeter  and Poseidon  : The Twelve Olympians  :


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