Poseidon: King of The Sea
Poseidon is the God of the sea. Poseidon means "God of the Sea" and his roman name is Neptune. He is the god that controls the power of the ocean. Poseidon's symbols are a trident, a fish, a dolphin, a horse, and a bull. He has the responsibility of controlling what happens in the depths of the ocean.
Poseidon's Powers and Responsibilities
Poseidon has the power to push and pull water when ever and where ever he pleases. He also has the power to breath under water. Poseidon has many responsibilities such as being the king of the sea. The sea is ginormous! He makes sure that the sea is not under attack and or being destroyed. Without him the sea would be a mess.
This is the temple were Poseidon's followers would admire him at the break of dusk when the moon starts to rise into the sky. Poseidon's temple is located in Cape Sounion, at the tip of the Attica Peninsula, just about 70 Kilometers from Athens in Greece.
These are Poseidon's or "Neptune's" symbols. The symbols are a trident, a fish, a dolphin, a horse, and a bull. Together, these symbols symbolize strength, agility, speed, and courage. All the characteristics of Poseidon or "Neptune".
In Greek mythology, Poseidon is related to Zeus, Hera, Hades, Artimeis, Athena, Metis, Ares, Demeter, Apollo, Hephaestus, Aphrodite, Hermes, Dionysus, Hypnos, Nike, Janus, Nemesis, Iris, Hecate, and Tyche. This information is from http://www.rickriordan.com/my-books/percy-jackson/explore-mythology/greek-gods.aspx.
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