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Grecian gods
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  • Aba - (Female) Fresh-water Naiad Nymph and minor deity. With Poseidon, she bore a son, Ergiskos, who was the founder of the town Ergiske located in Kikonia, Thrake.
  • AbarbareeLatin Abarbarea - (Female) Fresh-water Naiad Nymph and minor deity. With Prince Boukolion, son of Trojan King Laomedon, she bore two sons, Aesepus and Pedasus.  
  • Achelois - (Female) - A minor moon Goddess known for driving away pain and grief. She was frequently the recipient of sacrifices from her subjects in order to be cured of their ailments.
  • Achthonian - (Female) Goddess of Earth and the underworld.
  • Acidalia - A surname of Venus which was derived from the well Acidalius near Orchomenos, in which Venus used to bathe with the Graces.
  • Acis 
  • Acmon
  • Acraea
  • Acratus
  • Acte
  • Adamanthea 
  • Adephagia
  • Adicia
  • Adonis
  • Adrastea
  • Adrasteia

  • Aea
  • Aeacos
  • Aeacus
  • Aedos
  • Aegaeon (1)
  • Aegaeon (2)
  • Aegaeus
  • Aegeirus
  • Aegina
  • Aegipan
  • Aegle (1)
  • Aegle (2)
  • Aello
  • Aellopos
  • Aeolos
  • Aeolus

  • Aeon
  • Aer
  • Aergia
  • Aesculapius
  • Aethalides
  • Aether
  • Aethon
  • Aetna
  • Aex (1)
  • Aex (2)
  • Aganippe
  • Agave
  • Agdistes
  • Agdistis
  • Agdos
  • Aglaea

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