Greek God: Poseidon

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Greek God: Poseidon

Whenever Theseus defeated a monster or an enemy, he used the same trick that they played on their victims.

Poseidon is married to Amphitrite

Poseidon is the god of the sea. He is also the god of destruction, earthquakes, horses, hurricanes, and storms.


Poseidon's roman name is Neptune.

Poseidon is the son of the Titans Rhea and Kronos.

His weapon of choice is the trident.

One of Poseidon's sons was Theseus. One time Theseus defeated Procrustes who lured travelers on to a bed and stretched or shortened his victims to the perfect size for his two beds. Theseus defeated him by trapping him in his own bed.

Poseidon used rough waters and monsters to make Odysseus's trip harder because he and his men speared Poseidon's son (a cyclops) in the eye. (even though he tried to eat them)

One of Poseidon's enemies is Athena because they both wanted to be patron god of Athens, but Athena got it.


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