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The Greek Titans - Chapter Summary
In this chapter, you can expect to study essential facts about the Greek Titans. As you work through this collection of bite-sized lessons, you'll learn about the mythology of Hyperion, Theia, Phoebe, Themis, Crius, Iapetus and Mnemosyne. Solidify your understanding of these Greek Titans by taking the included lesson quizzes and chapter exam. Your course dashboard will keep track of your progress throughout the chapter, and these resources can be revisited whenever you need to brush up on your Greek Titan knowledge. By the end of the chapter, you'll be able to:
- Summarize the story of Hyperion
- Identify Theia's powers
- Evaluate the family trees of Phoebe and Themis
- Describe the mythology of Crius
- Assess symbols that depict Iapetus and Mnemosyne
1. Who is Hyperion in Greek Mythology? - Story & Facts
There was more to Greek mythology than just the gods. In this lesson, we are going to get to know a different divine being and see what role he played in the Greek cosmos.
2. Theia in Greek Mythology - Story, Powers & Facts
How did the Greeks explain shimmering? With Theia, of course! In this lesson, we'll get to know this divine figure and see what her role was in Greek mythology.
3. Phoebe in Greek Mythology - Story, Family Tree & Facts
Greek mythology was full of powerful figures, but not all of them were gods. In this lesson, we'll get to know Phoebe and see how she impacted Greek mythology.
4. Who is Themis in Greek Mythology? - Family Tree, Symbol & Facts
In this lesson we will meet Themis, one of the Titanesses of Greek mythology, goddess of justice, wife of Zeus, and mother of the Fates. Surely, this will be interesting!
5. Crius: Mythology & Facts
In Greek mythology Crius was an important figure, but not in the way you might expect. In this lesson, we'll check out the mythologies surrounding Crius and see what role he played.
6. Iapetus: Mythology, Symbol & Facts
Iapetus was a powerful figure in Greek mythology and certain aspects of their creation stories. In this lesson, we'll explore this figure and see what role he played.
7. Mnemosyne: Mythology, Symbol & Facts
In this lesson, you will learn about Mnemosyne, the goddess of memory and mother of the muses. You'll explore her family tree, her importance to the Greeks, and some places built in her honor.
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Other chapters within the Ancient Greece Study Guide course
- Introduction to Ancient Greece
- Aegean Civilizations
- The Greek Dark Ages
- The Golden Age of Greece
- The Archaic Period in Greece
- Greek Classical Period
- The Hellenistic Period
- Ancient Greek Philosophy
- Art & Architecture of Ancient Greece
- Ancient Greek Literature
- Mythology in Ancient Greece
- Muses, Creatures & Winds in Greek Mythology