Aeacus was one of the demigods and the son of a son of Zeus and Aegina who was the daughter of a river god.
Aeneas was one of the demigods of the Ancient Greeks and the son of the goddess Aphrodite and Prince Anchises
Achilles was one of the demigods and the son of Thetis, a minor sea-goddess and Peleus, the king of Myrmidons
Adonis was a lover of Aphrodite
Alcmene was a lover of Zeus, the king of the gods
The Amazons were a nation of fierce women warriors who burned off the right breast in order to use a bow and arrow more effectively.
Amphion was one of the demigods and a son of Zeus and Antiope
Andromeda was chained to a rock and exposed to a sea monster but was rescued by Perseus
Antigone was the daughter of King Oedipus who disobeyed her father and was condemned to death
Antiope was a lover of Zeus who seduced her in the guise of a satyr.
Aphrodite was the goddess of love, beauty and passion.
Apollo was the son of Zeus and Leto and the god of the sun and music and the twin brother of Artemis
Arcas was one of the demigods of the Ancient Greeks and a son of Zeus and Callisto
Ariadne was the wife of the god Dionysus
Arion was a hero and musician of the Ancient Greeks
Ares was the son of Hera and Zeus and the god of war. His sister was Hebe and his brother was Hephaestus.
Artemis was the goddess of the hunt and the moon, she was also known as the Virgin goddess
Atalanta was the mortal who arranged a competition with her suitors and was won by Hippomenes
Athena was the goddess of wisdom, spinning and weaving
Atlas was the son of the Titan Iapetus and Clymene one of Oceanides. His brothers were Epimetheus and Prometheus. He was the father of the Hesperides
Bellerophon and his adventures with the Chimera and Pegasus
Cadmus, the dragon slayer of the Ancient Greeks
Calypso was a Nymph who detained Ulysses on Ogygia seven years
Cassandra was the daughter of the Trojan King Priam, whose prophecies were disbelieved.
Chaos was the first of all divinities, who ruled over confusion the void of emptiness within the universe.
Charon, the ferry-man who took the dead over the rivers of the infernal region, was said to be the son of Erebus and Nyx.
Circe was the sorceress who changes Ulyssesí men into swine
Clymene was a female demigod and the daughter of the Titan gods Oceanus and Tethys and the mother of Atlas and Prometheus.
Clytemnestra was a sister of Helen of Troy and the wife of Agamemnon
Coeus was a son of Gaia and Uranus and one of the Titans. He was the husband of Phoebe, the father of Leto, and the grandfather of Apollo, Artemis and Asteria.
Cronus was the youngest son of Gaia and Uranus and one of the Titans. He married his sister Rhea. Their children were Demeter, Hestia, Hera, Hades, Poseidon and Zeus.
Danae was a lover of Zeus and mother of Perseus
Daphne was a lover of Apollo who turned into a tree
Dardanus was a demigod of the Ancient Greeks and a son of Zeus and Electra
Demeter was the goddess of nature and a sister of Zeus
Dione was one of the Oceanides, a descendent of the Titans, and a lover of Zeus, they had a daughter, Aphrodite the goddess of love.
The Dryads were the nymphs of the wood
The maiden who talked too much
Electra was the daughter of Agamemnon who saved Orestes
Eileithyia was a daughter of Zeus and Hera
Endymion was a young shepherd who slept forever
Epaphus was one of the Demigods of the Ancient Greeks and a son of Zeus and Io
Epimetheus was the son of Iapetus and Clymene. His brothers were Atlas and Prometheus.
The Erinyes (aka Furies) were three sisters who inflicted tortures and punishments on behalf of Hades
Erebus was a primordial deity associated with darkness. Erebus was born with Nyx (Night) from Chaos and is associated with the Underworld.
Eros was a primordial deity responsible for the union between Gaia and Uranus. Another Eros was a god of love (Cupid)
Eris was the Goddess of discord
Europa was a fair maiden who fell in love with Cadmus
The Fates were three goddesses, Clotho, Lachesis, and Atropos, who presided over the destiny of beings
The Furies (aka Erinyes) were three sisters who inflicted tortures and punishments on behalf of Hades
Gaia, or Gaea, was known as Earth or Mother Earth and was born from Chaos. The Titans and the Giants or Gigantes were born from her union with Uranus (the sky). The sea-gods were born from her union with Pontus (the sea).
Ganymede, cup bearer of Jupiter (Zeus)
The Gorgons were three sisters who had serpents instead of hair
The Graeae (Gray Witches) were three sisters who had to share just one eye and one tooth among them and featured in the myth of Perseus.
The three Graces were daughters of Aphrodite and goddesses who presided over the banquet, the dance, and all social enjoyments.
Hades was a son of the Titans, Cronus and Rhea. He was the god of the Underworld and the dead.
The Hamadryads were the nymphs of the wood
Harmonia was the daughter of Zeus and Electra and was the wife of Cadmus.
The Harpies were winged monsters with the bodies of birds and the heads and bodies of women
Hebe was the daughter of Hera and Zeus and the goddess of youth. Her brothers were Hephaestus and Ares. She married Heracles (Hercules) after he became a god.
Hecate was the name given to Persephone consort of Hades, goddess of the underworld and protector of witches
Helen of Troy was the daughter of the Greek god Zeus and Leda. She married Menelaus the, king of Sparta. Prince Paris of Troy abducted Helen and took her to Troy, which started the 9 year Trojan War.
Helios was the beautiful Sun god of the Ancient Greeks
Hephaestus was the the son of Hera and Zeus and he was the god of fire. His sister was Hebe and his brother was Ares.
Hera was a daughter of the Titans who married her brother Zeus and became Queen of the gods and was the goddess of the family.
Hercules (Heracles in Greek) was a famous demigod of the Ancient Greeks and a son of Zeus
Hermes was the son of Maia and Zeus and the the messenger of the gods.
Hestia was a daughter of the Titans and was the Virgin goddess of the hearth, home and cooking.
The Horae were the minor deities of the Ancient Greeks called 'the Seasons' or 'Horae', the goddesses of time who guarded the gates to the home of the gods
Hyacinthus, friend of the god Apollo
Hylas the page of Hercules
Iapetus was a son of Gaia and Uranus and one of the Titans. He married Clymene, one of the Oceanides. The names of their children were Atlas, Epimetheus and Prometheus.
Iasus was a Demigod and a son of Zeus and Electra
Icarus and his father Daedalus who made him wings so he could fly
Io was a lover of Zeus from the hundred-eyed giant Argos called Panoptes
Iris was the messenger of Halcyone
Jocasta was the Queen of Thebes
Leto was the daughter of the Titans Phoebe and Coeus and a lover of Zeus by whom she bore the twin gods Artemis and Apollo.
Maia was a 'Pleiades' one of the seven daughters of Atlas and Pleione. Maia was a lover of Zeus and bore him a son, Hermes.
The Maenads were wild women, flushed with wine, their shoulders draped with a fawn skin, carrying rods tipped with pine cones (thyrsos).
Medea was an enchantress who helped Jason
Medusa was a Gorgon who had serpents instead of hair
Memnon was one of the Demigods of the Ancient Greeks and the son of Tithonus and Eos
King Midas - everything he touched turned to gold
The Muses were the nine daughters of Zeus and Mnemosyne. The Muses all had wonderful gifts that allowed them to entertain the gods
The Naiades were the nymphs of the rivers and streams
Narcissus the youth who loved his reflection
The Nereids were the nymphs of the ocean
Nike was the winged goddess of victory
Niobe was a lover of Zeus
Oceanus was the eldest son of Gaia and Uranus and one of the Titans. He married his sister Tethys. Their children were the Oceanides.
The Oceanides were the three thousand daughters of Gaia and Uranus
Orion was one of the demigods of the Ancient Greeks and a son of the sea god Poseidon and Euryale
Orpheus was one of the demigods of the Ancient Greeks and a son of Calliope and the god Apollo
Pandora was the young maiden who unleashed the 'Troubles'
Pasiphae was the wife of King Minos who fell in love with the bull and produced the Minotaur
Penelope was the wife of Odysseus
Persephone was the goddess of the underworld and the daughter of the gods Zeus and Demeter.
Perseus was one of the demigods of the Ancient Greeks and a son of Zeus and Danae
Phaedra was a Princess of Crete torn by love
Phoebe was a daughter of Gaia and Uranus and one of the Titanides. She was the wife of Coeus, the mother of Leto
Phaethon was a beautiful but vain mortal
Philomela who was turned a nightingale
The Pleiades were one of the seven daughters of Atlas and Pleione.
Pollux was one of the demigods of the Ancient Greeks and a son of Zeus and the mortal Leda.
Poseidon was a son of the Titans, Cronus and Rhea. He was the god of the sea, rivers, and earthquakes.
Procris was a favorite of Diana, the goddess of hunting and the wife of Cephalus
Prometheus was the was the son of the Titan Iapetus and Clymene one of Oceanides. His brothers were Epimetheus and Atlas.
Proteus was the Old Man of the Sea
Psyche was the beautiful maiden forced to visit the Underworld by Aphrodite
Pyramus and Thisbe, the lovers who talked through a hole in the wall
Rhea was the daughter of Gaia and Uranus and one of the Titanides. She married her brother Cronus and their children were Demeter, Hestia, Hera, Hades, Poseidon and Zeus.
Scylla was the favorite of all the water-nymphs
Semele was a lover of Zeus
The Sirens were sea nymphs who sing so sweetly that they lured to death every man who listened
Tartarus was a primordial deity who with Chaos, Earth, and Eros. Associated with the abyss used as a dungeon of torment that resides beneath the underworld.
Taygete was a lover of Zeus
The Greeks sphinx was a creature of the Ancient Greeks with the body of a lion and the head of a woman
Tethys was a daughter of Gaia and Uranus and one of the Titanides and the wife of Oceanus. Their children were the Oceanides (three thousand daughters).
Themis was a lover of Zeus
Theseus was one of the demigods of the Ancient Greeks and a son of Poseidon and Aethra
Thetis was a minor sea-goddess and mother of Achilles
Titanides were the female Titans
Tithonus was lover of Aurora who was turned into a grasshopper
Tityos was one of the demigods and a son of Zeus and Elara
Uranus was a primordial deity and the first son of Gaia, who he married. Their union produced the Titans.
Zethes was one of the demigods and a son of Boreas (the Greek god of the north wind and the bringer of winter) and Oreithyia,
Zeus was a son of Cronus and Rhea. He was the king of the gods and god of the heavens. He married his sister Hera and together they had three children: Ares, Hebe and Hephaestus.