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Every Greek Goddess You've Heard Of - And A Bunch You Haven't


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Aceso
EpioneAegleHygeiaPanaceiaIaso

Achelois
TzetzesMuses

Achlys
Shield of HeraclesKeresMoiraiDike Dragging Adikia, by S. L. Grace

Adicia
Dike

Adrastea
Nemesis

Aedos
NemesisPenelope

Aega
Amalthea

Aegle
LampetiaEpioneIasoLaziness, by Carmel

Aergia
Gaia

Aesa
FatesAte

Aetae
Litae

Aetna
GaiaDemeterAlmonds

Agdistis
GaiaCybele (Rhea)Myth PagesThe Three Graces, by Edward Burne-Jones

Aglaia
HephaistosGracesAlala, by S. L. Grace

Alala
The female personification of the war-cry.

Alcmene
Halcyone

Alcyone
PleiadeNymphs

Alectrona
Alectrona was an early Goddess of the Sun, who became a daughter of Helios once classical myth, ie, patriarchal myth, came along.

Alethia
Alethia was the Goddess of Truth. She was born of Zeus and Apollo's nurse.

Algea
Eris

Alphito

Amphictyonis
DemeterAmphitrite and Neptune, by Jacob Gheyn

Amphitrite
NereidOceanidScyllaCirceRhodeThetishuman womenScylla

Anaitis
AphroditeArtemis

Ananke
the FatesAdrasteaThemis

Anchiale
Rhea

Angitia

Antheia
Antheia was the Goddess of Vegetation, Lowlands, Marshlands, Gardens, Blossoms, the Budding Earth, and Human Love.

Apate
Nyx

Aphrodite, by Herbert Draper
pageThe OdysseyThree GracesRead more about Aphrodite.

Arae
The personifications of curses. They were invoked during the spells of witches.

Arce
Iris

Arete
Arete was Heracles' teacher and a Goddess of Justice.

Artemis, Goddess of the Hunt
pageLetoher siteRead more about Artemis.

Astarte
Astarte was the Fertility Goddess, she was helpful whether one wanted to bear a child or plant a garden.

Asteria
PhoebeLeto

AstraeaAstraea
Themis

Ate
Litai

Auxesia
Auxesia was a Goddess of Growth.

Bust of AthenaAthena
pageMetisRead more about Athena.name="B"&ez_gt;


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