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Find two examples of a Greek mythology family tree free to print. Both are complete with the Primordial deities, Titans and Olympians.

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Perses is one of the great Titans that takes part in the Second Titanomachy in God of War III. In Greek Mythology, Perses was the Titan of Destruction. Perses means "Volcanic Destruction." Perses was the son of Titan siblings, Kreios and Eurybia. He was wed to Asteria, his cousin, daughter of Titans Phoebe and Koios. They had one child noted in mythology, Hekate, honored by Zeus above all others as the goddess of wilderness, childbirth, witchcraft and magic. She was given shares of the sky…

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You may know the famous twelve Olympian Greek Gods and Goddesses, but they were not the first rulers in Greek mythology. So, who were the Titans?

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Uranus is important in Greek mythology as the first supreme deity and grandfather of Zeus and the Olympians, whose overthrowal marks the start of the Titan rule.

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Description A family tree of the monsters from Ancient Greek mythology. There are a lot of variations to this particular tree; the placements here don't follow any one particular source, rather they were largely dictated by space and personal preference. One of the more interesting variants has Typhon as the son of Hera, who conceived the monster alone with the hope he would overthrow Zeus. ____________ New version: monster-man-08.deviantart.com/…

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