Thaumas

Thaumas

Thaumas

Thaumas was a sea deity in Greek mythology, son of the Titan gods Pontus and Gaea. He was the husband of the Oceanid Electra; their children were the Harpies; Iris, goddess of rainbows and divine messenger; and Arke. Thaumas was overthrown by Poseidon, taking his place as the sea ruler.

See Also: Pontus, Gaea, Harpies, Iris, Poseidon

Thaumas Q&A

Who was Thaumas?

Thaumas was a sea deity in Greek mythology, son of the Titan gods Pontus and Gaea. He was the husband of the Oceanid Electra.

Who were the parents of Thaumas?

The parents of Thaumas were Pontus and Gaea.

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