Parents: Poseidon was a child of Titans Cronus and Rhea.
Siblings: Poseidon had five siblings. Two brothers (Zeus and Hades) and three sisters (Hestia, Hera and Demeter).
Wife: the sea-goddess Amphitrite. According to one tradition, however, Poseidon was married more than once.
Famous Children: the merman Triton , the Nymphs Rhode and Benthesicyme and the twin giants Otus and Ephialtes.
Poseidon was considered the ill-tempered, capricious and greedy god among the Olympians. Once offended, he took revenge, as in the case of Odysseus, who had brutally blinded his son, the Cyclops Polyphemus . Poseidon loved to cross the oceans and seas in his golden chariot surrounded by dolphins.
Poseidon was the Greek god responsible for natural and supernatural events, especially those related to the sea world, and he was the savior of ships. He possessed a trident so powerful that it could shake the earth. Poseidon was able to cause storms and earthquakes, drown lands, shatter rocks, and had the ability to finally bring peace again.
Poseidon had two palaces, one was located on top of Mount Olympus and the other was located in the depths of the seas and was adorned with gold and precious gems. Normally Poseidon preferred to stay under the sea with his wife Amphitrite.
Poseidon was imposing and strong with long, blue hair. 
The symbol of Poseidon was the trident and his sacred animals were the dolphin and the horse. According to one tradition, he was the one who breathed life into the first horse on earth.
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