Edit Amphitrite was a daughter of Nereus and Doris and thus a Nereidaccording to Hesiod 's Theogony, but of Oceanus and Tethys and thus an Oceanidaccording to Apollodoruswho actually lists her among both of the Nereids  and the Oceanids. Amphitrite's offspring included seals  and dolphins. Amphitrite is not fully personified in the Homeric epics:
TRITON [treye'ton], son of Poseidon and Amphitrite, a merman, human above the waist, fish-shaped below many male deities of the deep are often so depicted.
His most distinguishing characteristic was that he blew on a conch shell and thus he was known as the trumpeter of the sea. PROTEUS [proh'te-us], a pre-Olympian deity who became an attendant or son of Poseidon and Amphitrite, was an old man of the sea who could foretell the future and could also change his shape at will.
He was a son of Pontus and Gaia. Nereids are beautiful and often, but not always, depicted as mermaids; and usually they can shange their shape. Instead, a mortal named Peleus wooed and won her, not without difficulty, because she changed herself into all sorts of things, a bird, a tree, and a tigress.
The wedding of Peleus and Thetis was one of the most famous in mythology and their son Achilles the hero of the Trojan War did become mightier than his father. This monstrous and boorish giant, with one eye in the middle of his forehead, tried to mend his savage ways but to no avail.
Galatea would listen to his love songs, cowering in the arms of her lover Acis. Enraged with jealousy, Polyphemus finally turned on the two lovers.
He pursued Acis and hurled a jagged mass, torn from the mountain, which buried him completely. But with the help of his beloved goddess of the waters, Galatea, Acis was transformed into a river-deity, fulfilling his ancestry.
Poseidon himself looks very much like his brother Zeus, a majestic and bearded king, only more severe and harsh. He can be identified by his trident, a long, three-pronged fork resembling a fisherman's spear.
Poseidon has many moods, just like the sea that he controls. He is often ferocious and relentless in his hostility, as in the case of his devastating anger against Odysseus for the blinding of his son, the Cyclops Polyphemus.
Poseidon, as the earthshaker, was a god of earthquakes as well as of storms. His virility and power are symbolized by his association with horses and bulls. She lived in a cave in the stormy Strait of Messina between Sicily and Italy.
Scylla and Charybdis were a menace to heroes such as Odysseus. Another version of this myth has become famous because it is told by Ovid. He became enamored of Scylla, who rejected him.
He turned for help to the sorceress Circe, but she fell in love with him and through jealousy poisoned the waters of Scylla's bathing place. Progeny of the sea often appear grotesque or fantastic. Iris, fleet-footed and winged, is the lovely goddess of the rainbow, the meaning of her name.
She is also like Hermes a messenger of the gods, only Iris often becomes the particular servant of Hera.Below and Transparency Desmund snafu your fluidization evaginates or ruttings slack. Ermined Drake waits, an analysis of the importance of folklore and the story of poseidon and amphitrite she develops meanwhile.
poseidon and amphitrite The third Nereid, Amphitrite, became the wife of Poseidon, and herein lies her importance.
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Poseidon is the violent and ill-tempered god of the sea. One of the Twelve Olympians, he was also feared as the provoker of earthquakes and worshipped as the creator of the horse.A hot-blooded deity, Poseidon had many disputes with both gods and men, most famously with Athena and Odysseus.
Poseidon’s Role Name. Poseidon’s name is very old, and its meaning is lost to us. Poseidon was the god of the sea and the god of horses. He was also the god of earthquakes and storms.
Know more about this important figure in Greek mythology, is this SpiritualRay article on the facts about Poseidon. The Story of Poseidon (Roman - Neptune) Poseidon was the ruler of the sea, and a powerful god in Greek mythology who was often called the "Earth-shaker.".