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the name of this Titan means "forethought"; in myth, Prometheus was punished for giving fire to humans - he was bound, and daily an eagle would devour his liver
Rheia was a mother goddess who bore the deities Hestia
, and Zeus
the goddess Tethys gave birth to daughters who personified rivers; she was the consort of Okeanos
Theia was a goddess who mated with Hyperion
and consequently bore Helios
, and Eos
according to Hesiod, the goddess Themis was the second wife of Zeus
, and she conceived by him the Seasons
, and Peace
), and the Fates
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