Ποσειδῶν – Poseidon is brother of Zeus and Hades, son of Kronos and Rhea, and the god of the sea. He was called Neptune by the Romans and Nun or Khnum by the Egyptians. In some accounts Kronos threw them up and they were full grown. Poseidon is considered a harsh stern god and shows his anger with earthquakes, storms, floods, hurricanes, and even tornados. The animals that are associated with Poseidon are horses on land and all ocean life. His carried the trident which is a three-prong weapon. His domains are luck, water, and strength. His main worshippers are Sailors, cavalrymen, and horse breeders. His temples are in Corinth, Rhodes, and Taenarus.