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


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Galene
Galene, which I think is a gorgeous sounding name, was a personification of a calm sea. She was a Nereid, but that did not stop her from being a goddess, too.

Gamelia
Hera as the Goddess of Marriage. Gamelia is also the lunar month more or less associated with January, during which the festival Theogamia celebrating Hera's marriage to Zeus takes place.

Ganymeda
She was the original cupbearer to the Gods in Greek Mythology. But as time went on her person was split into two: Ganymede, who kept her duties as cupbearer; and Hebe.

Genetyllides
An entire GROUP of goddesses (there names seem irrelevant) who dealt with genesis. That is to say, babies. They chilled with Aphrodite. Genetyllis was the surname meaning Protectress of Birth that was assigned to both Aphrodite and Artemis. Women liked to sacrifice dogs to Artemis when they called her that.

Geras
She was the personification of Old Age, and one of the icky things that flew out of the jar at Pandora.


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