Myths of Greece and Rome Narrated with Special Reference to Literature and Art
Page: 188Uranus (M).
Uranus (M) married Gæa (F).
Their children were Oceanus (M), Thetis (F), Cœus (M), Phœbe (F), Iapetus (M), Hyperion (M), Crius (M), Themis (F), Ilia (F), Cronus (M), Rhea (F), Mnemosyne (F), Brontes (M), Steropes (M), Arges (M), Briareus (M), Cottus (M), Gyes (M), Typhœus (M), Enceladus (M), Antæus (M), Harpies (F), Tityus (M) and Nereus (M).
Oceanus (M) married Thetis (F).
Their children were Achelous (M), Alpheus (M), Peneus (M), Inachus (M), Proteus (M), Doris (F), Metis (F), Clymene (F), Æthra (F), Calypso (F), Clytie (F) and Electra (F).
Alpheus (M) married Arethusa (F).
Dione (F) married Jupiter (M).
Their child was Venus (F).
Galatea (F) married Acis (M).
Pyrrhus (M) married Hermione (F).
Hermione’s parents were Menelaus (M) and Helen (F).
Menelaus (M) had a sibling, Agamemnon (M).
Their parent was Atreus (M).
Atreus’ (M) parent was Pelops (M).
Pelops (M) had a sibling, Niobe (F).
Their parent was Tantalus (M).
Niobe (F) married Amphion (M).
Amphion (M) had a sibling, Zethus (M).
Their parents were Jupiter (M) and Antiope (F).
Antiope (F) also married Lycus (M), and Lycus (M) also married Dirce (F).
Agamemnon (M) married Clytæmnestra (F).
Their children were Iphigenia (F), Electra (F) and Orestes (M).
Electra (F) married Pylades (M).
Clytæmnestra (F) had three siblings, Helen (F), Castor (M) and Pollux (M)
Their parents were Tyndareus (M) and Leda (F).
Leda (F) also married Jupiter (M).
Metis (F) married Jupiter (M).
Their child was Minerva (F).
Æthra (F) married Atlas (M).
Their children were Pleiades (F) and Maia (F).
Maia (F) married Jupiter (M).
Their child was Mercury (M).
Calypso (F) married Ulysses (M).
Electra (F) married Jupiter (M).
Their child was Dardanus (M).
Deiphobus (M) married Helen (F).
Tithonus (M) married Aurora (F).
Themis (F) married Capys (M).
Their child was