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Primordial Deities

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Chaos

The personification of the void state preceding the creation of the universe. The seperation of heaven and earth, space, or nothingness.

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Gaia

The personification of the planet Earth, she is the mother of all life.

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Uranus

The personification of the sky, the son and husband of Gaia.

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Ourea

The personification of the 10 mountains that were known, and a child only of Gaia.

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Pontus

The personification of the sea, who is also a child of only Gaia. He had 5 children that were also all sea deities: Nereus, Thaumas, Phorcys, Ceto, and Eurybia.

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Tartarus

The primordial deity that came after Chaos and Gaia, and just before Eros. He is not only a deity but also a place located even deeper down than Hades

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Erebus

The personification of darkness and shadows, born out of the void of Chaos.

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Nyx

The perosnificatioin of night, who was married to Erebus and had many children that were other personifications: Aether (upper sky), Nemesis (retribution), Hypnos (sleep), Thanatos (death), Geras (old age), Eris (strife), and Charon (the ferryman).
 

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Aether

The personification of the upper sky, child of Nyx and Erebus or Chronos.

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Hemera

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Eros

The mischievous primordial god of love, lust, and sex, and a constant companion to Aphrodite. The earliest mention of him is as a primordial diety, but he is also sometimes described as the child of Aphrodite and Ares

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Nereus

Better known as "the old man of the sea" is the sea god who is the father of the Nereids, and grandfather of Achilles. Accounts of him say he was a trustworthy and kind god. The lack of drama could be why he was replaced in legends later on. 

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Lyssa

The spirit of blind rage and even rabies in animals, she is the one Hera asked to push Hercules to insanity and kill his family.

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Hypnos

The personification of sleep, child of Nyx and Erebus, and twin brother of Thanatos, the god of death. He played a part in the Trojan war by tricking Zeus into a deep slumber so the other gods could meddle with the mortal battle.

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Moros

The 'hateful' personified spirit of impending doom, who would drive mortals to their terrible deaths. He is also referred to as "the all-destroying god" because even after death he torments his victims.

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 Phorcys

A primordial sea god annd the first son of Pontus. He is described as a fish-tailed merman with crab-claw forelegs and red, spiky skin.

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 Proteus

The primordial god who looked after the seas, rivers, and all bodies of water. He is also known as the herdsman of sea creatures and animals.

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Chronos

The personification of time, he is depicted as an old wise man with grey hair. He is often confused with the Titan Cronus, father of the Olympians, because of the similarities in their names.

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