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Greek Mythology Family Tree

Greek Mythology Family Tree chart

Keeping track of Greek mythology’s genealogy can cause a headache. But now, Useful Charts has released a new update to the ultimate cheat sheet called the Greek Mythology Family Tree chart poster! The tree starts with Chaos from the Primordial gods, and finishes through the last of the Olympians.

The poster is available for purchase on Amazon for $24.95

Fans of Rick Riordan’s Percy Jackson books will love this poster! Covering all three generations of Greek gods (Primordial, Titans, and Olympians), it displays both the Greek and Roman names for the gods as well as their titles or functions. It is also color-coded to distinguish between sea gods, sky gods, earth gods, underworld gods, personifications, monsters, demigods, and mortals.

This is a great network map design, and way more complicated than your standard family tree. The images help tremendously.

Created by Matt Baker at UsefulCharts.com

For a detailed look at the poster, check out Matt’s video:

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Reader Comments (3)

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April 13, 2015 | Unregistered Commenterseo
What a fantastic chart! For more mythological gods, heroes and folklore visit: http://MythDen.com
June 7, 2015 | Unregistered CommenterMythDen
This does look especially wonderful to use for children and by children. There can always be transcriptions later, if anybody wants that!
December 16, 2015 | Unregistered CommenterShahid Durrani

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