Zeus, the chief god; Hera, the wife of Zeus and goddess of marriage; Aphrodite, the goddess of beauty; Athena, the goddess of wisdom are some of the most popular Greek gods and goddesses.
Hymen is the goddess of marriage.
Iris, daughter of Titan Thaumas and Electra, is the goddess of the rainbow.
Mnemosyne is the goddess of memory.
Hygeria is the goddess of mental and physical health.
Nike, daughter of the Titan Pallas and the river Styx, is the goddess of victory.
Flora is the goddess of fruits and flowers
Pan, from which the word panic was derived, is god of shepherds and flocks, of mountain wilds, hunting and rustic music.
Eos is the goddess of the dawn.
Asclepius, son of Apollo and Coronis, is the god of medicine and healing.
Hebe, daughter of Zeus and Hera, is the goddess of the youth.
Astraea, daughter of Zeus and Themis, was the virgin goddess of justice.
Aurora was the goddess of the dawn.
Persephone was the goddess of the dead and the goddess of the fertility of the earth.
Aether is the god of the upper air.
A non-gendered deity of the nothingness from which all else sprang
Kronos is The Keeper of the Time
Chronos is the father of Zeus, Poseidon and Hades
Erebos is the god of darkness and shadow.
Gaia is the goddess of the Earth (Mother Earth), mother of Kronos
Oranos is the god of the heavens (Father Sky) and father of the Titans.
Aeolus is the god of the winds
Hemera is the goddess of daylight.
Nyx is the goddess of darkness/night.
Alectrona is the goddess of the morning or waking up
Eros, from which the word erotic was derived, is the god of lust, love, and sex
26. Alexiares and Anicetus
Alexiares and Anicetus were the twin guardians of Mt. Olympus
Hygieia, from which the word hygiene was derived, is the goddess of cleanliness
Amphitrite is the goddess of the sea, wife of Poseidon
Cybele is the goddess of caverns, mountain walls and fortress, nature, wild animals
Antheia is the goddess of flowers and flowery wreaths
Boreas is the god of the north wind and of winter
Aphaea is a minor goddess of agriculture and fertility
Priapus is the god of male virility
Aristaeus, son of Apollo and Cyrene, is a minor god and a good hunter and inventor. He discovered bee-keeping.
Brizo is the goddess of sailors
Helios is the god of the sun
Cragus is the god of victory and strength
Dike is the goddess of Justice
Eileithyia is the goddess of childbirth
Doris is the goddess of the sea’s bounty
Elpis is the goddess of hope or expectation
Ceto is the goddess of the dangers of the ocean and of sea monsters
Envalius is a minor god of war
Caerus is the god of luck and opportunity
Enyo is the goddess of destructive war
Hybris is the god of hubris
Eosphoru is the god of the morning star
Psyche is the goddess of the soul
Euros is the god of the east wind
Glaucus is a minor sea god
Hypnos is the god of sleep
Metis is the goddess of wisdom and thought
Proteus is a minor sea god
Morpheus is the god of dreams
Nemesis is the goddess of retribution
Momus is the god of satire and criticism
Notus is the god of the south wind
Phoebe is the goddess of the moon and brightness
Selene is the goddess of the moon
Persephone is the goddess of the earth’s fertility
Zephyrus is the god of the west wind
Adephagia was the goddess and personification of gluttony.
Eris is the goddess of strife and discord
Agdistis is a hermaphroditic demon (possessing both male and female sexual organ)
Mania is the goddess of insanity
Alastor is the god/demon of family feuds
Peitho is the goddess of persuasion and seduction
Ate is the goddess of foolish acts
Thanatos is the god/demon of death and mortality
Bia is the goddess of violence