The 3 Great Olympians

Hades,Athena,and Hestia

Important Ancient Greek Gods And Goddesses

Athena

Athena, the goddess of wisdom and military victory, and also the patron of the city of Athens, was Hercules' half-sister. Her parents were Zeus and Metis, a nymph. Zeus heard a prophecy that the child Metis bore after she gave birth to Athena would become the lord of heaven, so, to prevent this from happening, he swallowed Metis while she was still pregnant with Athena

Hades

Hades the god of the underworld, was a son of the Titans Cronus and Rhea. He had three sisters, Demeter, Hestia, and Hera, as well as two brothers, Zeus, the youngest of the three, and Poseidon, collectively comprising the original six Olympian gods.

Hestia

Hestia is the greek goddess of home and hearth.Hestia was the first-born daughter to the gods Cronus and Rhea. Her Olympian siblings were Zeus, Poseidon, Demeter, Hera, and Hades. Fearful of his children eventually overthrowing him, Cronus swallowed his children whole, with the exception of Zeus. According to Greek myth, once Zeus grew older and more powerful, he forced Cronus to free his siblings from Cronus' stomach.

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Athena, the goddess of wisdom and military victory, and also the patron of the city of Athens, was Hercules' half-sister. Her parents were Zeus and Metis, a nymph. Zeus heard a prophecy that the child Metis bore after she gave birth to Athena would become the lord of heaven, so, to prevent this from happening, he swallowed Metis while she was still pregnant with Athena.Hades the god of the underworld, was a son of the Titans Cronus and Rhea. He had three sisters, Demeter, Hestia, and Hera, as well as two brothers, Zeus, the youngest of the three, and Poseidon, collectively comprising the original six Olympian gods.Hestia is the greek goddess of home and hearth.Hestia was the first-born daughter to the gods Cronus and Rhea. Her Olympian siblings were Zeus, Poseidon, Demeter, Hera, and Hades. Fearful of his children eventually overthrowing him, Cronus swallowed his children whole, with the exception of Zeus. According to Greek myth, once Zeus grew older and more powerful, he forced Cronus to free his siblings from Cronus' stomach.