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Protogenoi (or Primordial Gods) are the first born immortals who make up the very fabric of the universe. They are, for the most part, purely elemental beings

  • Aetna, primordial goddess of Mount Etna
  • Nyx, primordial goddess of the night

Nature Daimones (or spirits) and Nymphai (or nymphs) are minor gods/spirits that preside over nature and natural phenomena.

  • Calypso, Sea Nymph (She is considered a nymph on this wikia. Even though she can have kids they would be considered as nymphs)

Daemones (sometimes spelled Daimones) are personified spirits of the human condition and abstract concepts.

  • Apate, goddess of fraud and trickery
  • Deimos, god of terror and panic
  • Elpis, goddess of hope and expectation
  • Eris, goddess of goddess of strife and discord
  • Eros, god of love (Also an Olympian God)
  • Hebe, goddess of youth and brides
  • Hypnos. god of sleep
  • Limos, goddess of hunger and famine
  • Lyssa, goddess of rage
  • Mnemosyne, goddess of memory (Also a Theoi Titanes)
  • Morpheus, god of dreams
  • Nemesis, goddess of revenge and retribution
  • Nike, goddess of victory
  • Oizys, goddess of misery and anxiety
  • Plutus, god of wealth
  • Thanatos, god of death (Also a Theoi Khthonoi)
  • Tyche, goddess of luck

Theoi (literally "gods") are the beings that preside over every function of ancient life. They make up the bulk of Greek mythology. Deities are often grouped according to their functions. It is possible, however, that classifications of gods overlap, owing to their numerous domains.

Theoi Georgikoi (Agricultural Gods)

  • Demeter, goddess of the harvest and agriculture (Also an Olympian Goddess)
  • Dionysus, god of wine, madness and ecstasy (Also an Olympian God)
  • Hermes, god of messengers, travelers, and thieves (Also an Olympian God)

Theoi Halioi (Sea Gods)

Theoi Khthonoi (Underworld Gods)

  • Phlegethon, river god of fire
  • Hades, god of the underworld and the dead (Also an Olympian God)
  • Hecate, goddess of magic, witchcraft, crossroads, and the Mist (Also a Theoi Titanes)
  • Melinoe, goddess of ghosts
  • Persephone, goddess of springtime and flowers
  • Thanatos, god of death (Also a Daimone)

Theoi Ouranioi (Sky Gods)

  • Aeolus, god of the upper air
  • Boreas, god of the north wind (also an Anemoi or 'wind god')
  • Iris, goddess of the rainbow
  • Notus, god of the south wind (also an Anemoi or 'wind god')
  • Pandia, goddess of the full moon and dew
  • Zephyrus god of the west wind (also an Anemoi or 'wind god')
  • Zeus god of the sky, weather, lightning, and justice (also an Olympian God)

Theoi Nomioi (Rustic Gods)

Rustic Gods are deities of the countryside, the pastures and wild forests

Theoi Titanes (Titan Gods)

  • Asteria, titan goddess of prophecies, astrology, and necromancy
  • Astraeus, titan god of dusk, stars, and planets
  • Prometheus, god of crafty counsel and forethought
  • Themis, goddess of divine law and order (Also an Olympian Goddess)
  • Mnemosyne, goddess of memory (Also a Daimona)

The Olympian Gods (or Theoi Olympioi) preside over every aspect of human life. Aside from the Twelve Great Gods of the Greeks (more commonly referred to as The Olympians), there are also a number of minor deities that serve as functionaries or minions to The Great Twelve.

  • Aglaea, goddess of glory and splendor
  • Aphrodite, goddess of love, beauty, and procreation
  • Apollo, god of art, prophecy, healing, and archery
  • Ares, god of war, battle lust, civil order, and manly courage
  • Artemis, goddess of the Hunt, the Moon, maidens, and childbirth
  • Athena, goddess of Wise Counsel, War, and the Defence of Towns
  • Demeter, goddess of the harvest and agriculture (Also a Theoi Georgikoi)
  • Dionysus, god of wine (Also a Theoi Georgikoi)
  • Eros, god of love (Also a Daimone)
  • Hades, god of the underworld and the dead (Also a Theoi Khthonoi)
  • Harmonia, goddess of harmony and concord
  • Hebe, goddess of youth and brides (also a Daimones)
  • Hephaestus, god of fire, metalworking, stonemasonry and the art of sculpture
  • Hermes, god of messengers, travelers, and thieves (Also a Theoi Georgikoi)
  • Poseidon, god of the seas (Also a Theoi Haliol)
  • Psyche, goddess of the human soul
  • Themis, goddess of divine law and order (Also a Theoi Titanes)
  • Zeus, god of the sky, weather, lightning, and justice (Also a Theoi Ouranioi)


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