Thanatos (Death)

(Primordial & Chthonic Deity) god of Death

Underworld Entity  (Θάνατος), spirit of death and minister of Hades[1]sources:

Θάνατος (“Thánatos”)[2] God of Death. Brother to Hypnos (Sleep) and in some cases Moros (Doom)

330px-Column_temple_Artemis_Ephesos_BM_Sc1206_n3In Greek mythology, Thanatos /ˈθænətɒs/[1] (Greek: Θάνατος [Ancient Greek: [tʰánatos]] “Death“,[2] from θνῄσκω thnēskō “to die, be dying”[3][4]) was the personification of death. He was a minor figure in Greek mythology, often referred to, but rarely appearing in person.

His name is transliterated in Latin as Thanatus, but his equivalent in Roman mythology is Mors or Letum/Letus,[citation needed] and he is sometimes identified erroneously with Orcus (Orcus himself had a Greek equivalent in the form of Horkos, God of the Oath).[citation needed]

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Thanatos (Death)
Name Thanatos (Death)


Name Birth Death
Keres (Death-Fates)asdasds   
Moirai (Fate)asdasds   
Oizys (Distress)asdasds   
Apate (Deceit)asdasds   
Eris (Strife)asdasds   
Nemesis (Retribution)asdasds   
Hypnos (Sleep)asdasds   
Hemera (Day)asdasds   
Aether (Heaven)asdasds   


Name Birth Death
Geras (Ageing)asdasds   
Philotes (Affection)asdasds   
Momus (Blame)asdasds   
Oneiroi (Dreams)asdasds   
Moros (Doom)asdasds   


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