The Greek Titans
According to Greek mythology, the Titans were a race of primordial, powerful deities who ruled during the legendary Golden Age.
The Titans were created by Gaea, the goddess of the earth, and Uranus, the god of the sky,
who tightly embraced Gaea with his mantle of stars. Gaea and Uranus became the world's first divine couple.
The Titans first dwelt in Mount Olympus in Ancient Greece, but after their defeat in a huge battle with the Olympian Gods, known as the Titanomachy, they were overthrown and cast into the lower cellar of Hades, Tartarus.