Polyphemus Gerrod Thomas
Published on: Mar 4, 2016
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Polyphemus “Cyclopes” Son of Poseidon
Cyclopes are one eyed giants in Greek mythology.According to the Greek epic poet Hesiod , the Cyclops werethe sons of Uranus and Gaia.Hesiod names the Cyclops Argos, Steropes, and Brontes.The Titians and Hecatonchires may also have been Uranus andGaias offspring.Quick Facts about Cyclopes and GreekMythology
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Quick Facts about Cyclopes and GreekMythologyThe name is widely thought to mean "circle-eyed".Hesiod described one group of Cyclopes and the epicpoet Homer described another.Other accounts were written by the playwrightEuripides.
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