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open:settings:6d6hellenic:oceanus [2016/01/08 17:48]
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open:settings:6d6hellenic:oceanus [2016/01/13 12:34] (current)
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 Titan god of the sea Titan god of the sea
  
-Exiled to the great ocean in the west +Father of nymphs
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-Father of the nymphs ​of the rivers, ponds, and streams+
  
 +Exiled to the great ocean
  
 <apdx ref="​open:​settings:​6d6hellenic:​apdx:​oceanus">​Oceanus</​apdx>,​ child of <apdx ref="​open:​settings:​6d6hellenic:​apdx:​uranus">​Uranus</​apdx>​ and <apdx ref="​open:​settings:​6d6hellenic:​apdx:​gaia">​Gaia</​apdx>,​ was the Titan god of the sea. His wife <apdx ref="​open:​settings:​6d6hellenic:​apdx:​tethys">​Tethys</​apdx>​ was goddess of water sources and clouds. The couple were happy under the rule of Uranus and their children became the thousands of nymphs found in the Greece'​s rivers, ponds and streams. When <apdx ref="​open:​settings:​6d6hellenic:​apdx:​cronus">​Cronus</​apdx>​ mounted his coup against Uranus, Oceanus did not side with him for he had no quarrel with his father. Out of respect to his mother he did not fight for Uranus either, and the ocean god joined the victorious Titanic court. Oceanus is as wild and untameable as the sea and his conflict with Cronus'​ ever-growing tyranny was inevitable. <apdx ref="​open:​settings:​6d6hellenic:​apdx:​oceanus">​Oceanus</​apdx>,​ child of <apdx ref="​open:​settings:​6d6hellenic:​apdx:​uranus">​Uranus</​apdx>​ and <apdx ref="​open:​settings:​6d6hellenic:​apdx:​gaia">​Gaia</​apdx>,​ was the Titan god of the sea. His wife <apdx ref="​open:​settings:​6d6hellenic:​apdx:​tethys">​Tethys</​apdx>​ was goddess of water sources and clouds. The couple were happy under the rule of Uranus and their children became the thousands of nymphs found in the Greece'​s rivers, ponds and streams. When <apdx ref="​open:​settings:​6d6hellenic:​apdx:​cronus">​Cronus</​apdx>​ mounted his coup against Uranus, Oceanus did not side with him for he had no quarrel with his father. Out of respect to his mother he did not fight for Uranus either, and the ocean god joined the victorious Titanic court. Oceanus is as wild and untameable as the sea and his conflict with Cronus'​ ever-growing tyranny was inevitable.
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