Sagacious Athena, the Greek goddess of wisdom, craft, and the arts of war, was a ceaseless champion of mortal heroes and consistent source of sound advice.
Mighty Zeus, the “cloud-gatherer,” lord of the skies, and hurler of lightning, commanded gods and mortals during his long but turbulent reign as king of the Greek pantheon.
The lord of all waters, Poseidon was a Greek god as unruly as the seas he commanded, constantly meddling in the affairs of mortals and once challenged Zeus himself.
Baneful Ares was the god of rage, aggression, and violence. A deity known for his temper tantrums and tendency to rush headlong into battle, Ares usually found himself on the losing side of his physical encounters.
The master of the vine, Dionysus was the Greek god of wine and intoxication who brought clarity, wisdom, and freedom to the world through music, dance, and drama.
Young and lusty, the patron of doctors and occasionally the bringer of pestilential death, enlightened Apollo inspired prophecy, music, poetry, and the civilized arts, and was the ultimate embodiment of Greek self idealization.
The Greek goddess of marriage and family, Hera was the paragon of faithfulness, tragically fated to battle endlessly with her husband Zeus’s infidelities.
Lovely and fierce, Artemis of the forest was the virgin goddess of the Olympian pantheon, the protectress of the hunt, guardian of the untamed wilds, and champion of mothers, maidens, and midwives.