Atlas led the struggle between the Titans and Olympians, and for this he was punished...
Epimetheus | this Titan was the brother of Prometheus; his name means "afterthought"
Gaia (Tellus) | Gaia was an Earth goddess; she is also the mother of the Titans
Hyperion | god who was the father of Helios, Eos, and Selene
Iapetos | god who fathered Atlas, Prometheus, and Epimetheus
Koios | god who mated with Phoebe and together they produced Leto and Asteria
Kreios | god who sired Astraios, Pallas, and Perses
Kronos (Cronus) | it was Kronos, son of Gaia and Ouranos, who castrated his father; in turn, Kronos was the sire of many of the Olympians
Leto (Latona) | the goddess Leto bore the Olympian deities Artemis and Apollo to Zeus
Mnemosyne | the name Mnemosyne means "memory"; she and Zeus together produced the Muses
Okeanos (Oceanus) | god of the Ocean and water; father of the Oceanids ("three thousand slender-ankled daughters")
Ouranos (Uranus) | Ouranos was both the son and the consort of Gaia; he was also the father of the Titans
Phoebe | goddess who conceived Leto and Asteria by the Titan Koios
More Titans (Prometheus - Themis)
Who's Who in Classical Mythology