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 What was Poseidon the god of?

Answer Poseidon was the ancient Greek god of the sea, earthquakes and horses. He was brother to Zeus and Hades and father to Theseus. In Roman mythology, he is known as Neptune.Source:Mythweb: Poseidon
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When did Poseidon die?

Poseidon was a Greek god, outranked only by the god Zeus. The Greek gods were immortal and by definition could not die. Poseidon's counter-part in Roman mythology was the god Neptune. Both ruled th... Read More »
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What does Poseidon look like?

Poseidon, the ancient Greek god of the sea, is commonly depicted as a man with a long dark beard. Sometimes, Poseidon is depicted as an older man with a long white beard. He often carries a trident... Read More »
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Who was Poseidon?

The Greeks believed in many gods that controlled all the uncontrollable things in their lives, like nature, fate and war. In the Greek pantheon Poseidon was the god of the seas, earthquakes and hor... Read More »
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What was Poseidon known for?

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