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Dii Consentes

The Twelve Gods

The Twelve Gods was a collective term referring to the twelve major deities of the Greek pantheon. They were also referred to as Dii consentes within the Roman pantheon.[1]

During the Peloponnesian War Athens housed an open-air shrine dedicated to the group.[2]

Members

  • Aphrodite - Goddess of love and femininity 
  • Apollo - God of music, poetry, sunlight, medicine, foresight and order
  • Ares - God of war
  • Artemis - Goddess of hunting, animals and moonlight
  • Athena - Goddess of wisdom, battle strategy, war and handicrafts
  • Demeter - Goddess of crop growth
  • Dionysus - God of wine, ecstasy, parties, theater and dancing or Hestia - Goddess of the fireplace
  • Hephaistos - Blacksmith of the gods, god of metalwork, volcanoes and craftsmen
  • Hera - Queen of the gods, goddess of marriage and women
  • Hermes - Messenger of the gods, god of trickery, thieves, roads and commerce
  • Poseidon - God of the sea
  • Zeus - King of the gods, god of thunderstorms, divine law and justice

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