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Ouranos
Ouranos

Parents

Chaos

Consort

Gaia

Siblings

Erebus
Nyx
Chronos
Ananke
Gaia

Home

The Skies

Patron of

The Skies

Children

Ourea
Nesoi
Oceanus
Tethys
Hyperion
Theia
Coeus
Phoebe
Kronos
Rhea
Mnemosyne
Themis
Crius
Iapetus
Brontes
Steropes
Arges
Briares
Cottus
Gyges
Alecto
Megaera
Tisiphone
Alcyoneus
Athos
Clytias
Enceladus
Echion
Meliae (race)
Aphrodite

Weapons

Clouds, His Powers, Winds, Thunder, Stars, anything in the sky

Relatives

Titans
Olympians

Powers

Immortality, magic, transformation, etc.

Age

Immortal

Ouranos is the god of the Skies. His Roman equivalent is Caelus. He is one of the Protogenoi.

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Ouranos battling a mortal.

Different Parent beliefsEdit

Ouranos's name means sky or air in Greek. Most Greeks consider Ouranos's parent Chaos. Many Americans that have learned about Greek mythology, believe that Gaia is the parent of Ouranos, but this is believed by very few Greeks. Very few Greeks believe that Nyx is his parent.

Early LifeEdit

In the Olympian creation myth, as Hesoid tells it in Theogany, Ouranos came every night to cover the earth and mate with Gaia, but he hated the children she bore him. Hesiod named their first six sons and six daughters the Titans, the three one-hundred-armed and fifty-headed giants the Hecatonchires, and the one-eyed giants the Cyclopes.  


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