(1) SHORT FAMILY TREE
This is a simple graphic depiction of the family of the main gods of the pantheon: beginning with the Protogenoi in thecentre, the ring of Titan gods and their families on the right, the children of Kronos in a ring at top, and the Olympianoffspring of Zeus forming a ring left. The spirits and sea-gods stand bottom left and centre. The background is from aC6th BC Athenian black figure vase painting.
(2) DETAILED FAMILY CHARTS
The complete family tree of the gods is displayed over eight indexed charts. The basic structure follows Hesiod'sTheogony, but that author's genealogies have been expanded with a plethora of additional gods, spirits and creaturessourced from other classical sources. Where there was disagreement amongst ancient writers as to the genealogy of acertain character, the oldest and/or most popular source has been selected for the chart.Two additional family trees are provided which specifically describe the divine genealogies given in Hesiod's Theogonyand Homer's Iliad.
Index of names in the family tree
Overview of and key to reading the charts
The Main GodsA short tree containing just the main gods of the pantheon
The Cosmogony of the GodsThe primeval gods or protogenoi.
The Children of NightThe spirit descendants of Khaos (Air), Nyx (Night) and Eris (Strife).
The Children of HeavenThe Titan gods, their siblings and descendants.
The Children of Sea, Storm and Earth.The family of sea gods, the monstrous offspring of Typhoeus, and the tribes of earthborn men and giants.