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Minor Gods and Demi Gods R-Z

Rhadamantus
God of justice.
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Rivers in Hades
Acheron- River of woe.
Cocytus- River of lamentation.
Lethe- River of Oblivion, Forgetfulness.
Phlegethon- River of Fire.
Styx- River of hate.
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Sages of Greece
Bias, Chilon, Cleobulus, Periander, Pittacus, Solon, Thales
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Sileni
Greek woodland gods or spirits, half-man half-horse.
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Silvanus
Wood God of boundaries, gardens and woods.
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Simois
River God.
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Sirens/Seirenes
The mythical monsters that were half beautiful woman and half bird, and sang such sweet songs that listeners forgot everything and died of hunger. In the oldest legends there were two, later writers had three, and still later writers kept adding more. They sat on rocks by the sea and lured sailors to their doom by singing to them. The three most famous were Parthenope, Ligea, and Leucosia. Ulysses escaped from them by filling his crew's ears with wax while he tied himself to the ship's mast. The Argonauts were saved by Orpheus' music.
Aglaope- Beautiful face.
Aglaophonos- Beautiful voice.
Leucosia- White being.
Ligeia- Shrill.
Molpe- Music.
Parthenope- Maiden face.
Peisinoë- Persuading mind.
Raidne- Improvement.
Teles- Perfect.
Thelxepeia- Soothing words.
Thelxiope- Persuasive face.
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Spercheus
River God.
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Styx-hated
The goddess of the River Styx that wound beneath the earth in the land of the dead is also called Styx "the hated one," who prevented the living from crossing into the realm of Persephone without first undergoing death's torments. Goddess who all swore inviolable oaths and the river of death in the underworld.
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Telesphorus
God of healing.
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Terpsichore-rejoicing in the dance
The Muse of dancing and choral singing.
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Tethys
Sea Goddess. Personification of the fertile ocean.
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Thalassa
Personification of the sea.
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Thalia
There were two of them:
1. One of the nine Muses. She presided over comedy and pastoral poetry.
2. One of the Three Graces.
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Thanatos
The Greek personification of death, twin brother of Sleep (Hypnos).
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Thaumus
Sea God.
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Theia-divine
The wife of her brother Hyperion, Theia gave birth to Helios (sun), Eos (dawn), and Selene (moon). She is the goddess from whom light emanates and considered especially beautiful.
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Thetis
Sea Goddess.
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Thriae
Three Holy Virgins. Goddesses of nature and who can forsee the future.
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Titea
Earth Goddess.
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Tmolus
Mountain God.
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Triton
Sea God.
Triton was the son of the sea god Poseidon and Amphitrite. He had the power to calm or agitate the waves by blowing on a twisted seashell.
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Trophonius
Ancient Earth God.
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Tyche
Goddess symbolizing fortune, chance, luck and prosperity.
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Typhon (Typhoeus)-hot wind
The youngest son of Tartarus of the underworld and Gaea. He was described as a grisly monster with a hundred dragon's heads. He was imprisoned under Mount Etna (a volcano) and thus was considered the personification of volcanic forces. He was married to Echidna, and had as children, Orthos, Cerberus (the three headed dog that guarded the entrance to Hades), the multi-headed Lernean Hydra, Chimaera, the Theban Sphinx, and the Nemean Lion. Zeus killed him with a thunderbolt.
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Urania
Goddess of astronomy. One of the nine Muses. Also the name of one of the Oceanides.
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Vulturnus
River God.
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Zagreus
God of rebirth and immortality.
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Zelos
Zelus. God of jealousy. Personification of zeal or emulation.
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Zephyrus
The god of the west wind, calm, peace of mind, love and emotions. Protector of flowers and plants. He was the son of the Titan Astraeus and of Eos, the goddess of the dawn. Zephyrus was said to be the husband of his sister Iris, the goddess of the rainbow, or the husband of his sister Chloris, the goddess of spring (a la the Roman Flora). His brothers were Boreas and Notus, the gods of the north and south winds, respectively. He was the father of Carpus, Xanthus and Balius. In some versions he fathered Xanthus and Balius (Achilles' horses) by the Harpy Podarge, another of his sisters.
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Zibelthiurdos
Storm God.
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