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Greek Gods. Hades. God of the Underworld. Lonely. Kidnapped Persephone. Brother of Zeus ... at some different gods and goddesses in Greek Mythology, which one ... – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: Greek Gods


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Greek Gods
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Hades
  • God of the Underworld
  • Lonely
  • Kidnapped Persephone
  • Brother of Zeus

3
Demeter
  • Goddess of Agriculture
  • Mother of Persephone
  • Searched for her kidnapped daughter
  • Gave the world seasons
  • Link here

4
Persephone
  • Happy and kind
  • Kidnapped by Hades to be his queen
  • Goddess of the underworld
  • Must return to the underworld during wintertime
    because she ate the seed of a pomegranate.

5
Zeus
  • Highest god
  • Had authority over sky, earth and Mount Olympus
  • As a child was hidden by his mother in a cave
  • Link here

6
Pandora
  • Woman made by the gods
  • Opened a box that released evil into the world
  • Shut the box before the evil of foreboding
    could escape into the world and take away hope.

7
Athena
  • Goddess of crafts, domestic arts and war
  • Symbol is the owl
  • Patron deity of Athens
  • Link here

8
Poseidon
  • God of all water, earthquakes and horses
  • Brother of Zeus and Hades
  • Often turned himself into the shape of a horse
  • Link here

9
Pan
  • God of shepherds and flocks
  • Son of Hermes and a nymph
  • Was very lonely and responsible for the scared
    feeling people may get- panic
  • Link here

10
Writers Notebook Assignment
  • Now that we have looked at some different gods
    and goddesses in Greek Mythology, which one would
    you like to learn about the most? Why? Which ones
    have you heard about?

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