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Gaea, the goddess of the earth; she came into being after Chaos and brought forth of herself the sky, the mountains, and the sea
Geryon, one of the giants, son of Chrysaor and Callirrhoe
Glance, daughter of Creon of Corinth, second wife of Jason
Glaucus, a sea-god, who possessed the gift of prophecy
Glaucus of Lycia, son of Hlppolochus, grandson of Bellerophon; ally of the Troyans, killed by Ajax
Gorgons, three daughters of Phorcys and Ceto, one of whom was Medusa; sisters of the Graeae
Gorgythion, bastard son of Priam and Castianeira, killed by Teucer
Graces, the goddesses of everything which lends charm and beauty to nature and human life; they were the daughters of Zeus and Eurynome, and were named Euphrosyne, Thalia, and Aglaia
Graeae, three daughters of Phorcys and Ceto, sisters of the Gorgons; they had only one eye and one tooth among them                                                                                                                                            Graicus, son of Thessalus                                                                                                                         Guneus of Cyphos, an ally of the Argives








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