Theogony

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Theogony [r]: An epic poem by Hesiod written in dactylic hexameter which explains the beginnings of the world from the Greek perspective, and details several generations of gods and goddesses, from Chaos to Gaia to Ouranos to Kronos and the Titans to Zeus and his generation. It was written about 700 BCE and is an important text in Greek mythology. [e]

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