The Titans Research Paper

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Uranus was the Heaven. His consort was Gaia – The Earth. The youngest and the bravest of their sons was Cronus. He greatly envied his father and long sought to overthrow his father.
Uranus hid the youngest children of Gaia, the one-hundred armed giants, Hecatonchires and the one-eyed giants, the Cyclopes, in Tartarus. This made Gaia to seek the help of Cronus and his brother to attack her husband. Only Cronus was willing to heed her call.
Cronus ambushed his father and wounded him. From that which spilled from Uranus and fell upon the Earth came forth the Gigantes, Erinyes, and Meliae. From that which was cast into the sea came forth Aphrodite. For this, Uranus called his sons Titans, meaning "strainers," for they strained and did presumptuously …show more content…

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