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  • Andilaveris (Kithnos) - vampire eventually trapped on an island
  • Dinija (Crete) - Earth Mother

Greek

Protogenoi

  • Aether - God of upper air/light
  • Ananke - goddess of destiny
  • Chronos - God of eternal time
  • Erebus - Darkness, son of Chaos
  • Eros - Love god
  • Gaia - Earth goddess
  • Hemera - Goddess of daylight
  • Hydros - water god; same as Oceanus?
  • Nesoi - island goddess
  • Nyx - Goddess of night
  • Oceanus - Titan; ocean
  • Ophion - Titan; serpent once ruled the world
  • Ourea - mountain god
  • Phanes - personification of reproduction
  • Pontos - god of water
  • Phusis - birth goddess
  • Tartarus - God in pit of Tartarus
  • Thalassa - Nymph of the Mediterranean
  • Thetis - Chief of nereids
  • Uranus - Personification of Heaven

Olympians

  • Achelous - River god
  • Acheron/Acherusia - river god of Acheron; sent to Hades for giving water to titans
  • Achlys - First being (Nyx?)
  • Acis - river god; son of Faunus & Marcia
  • Aeolus - God of winds, ruler Aeolia
  • Aesculapius - God of medicine
  • Agdistis - Hermaphrodite god, daughter Zeus
  • Agraulos - goddess of agriculture; daughter Cecrops
  • Alastor - Deity of family feuds & sins of the father, cacodemon
  • Aloeus - father of Otus and Ephialtes (the Aloadae); son of Poseidon
  • Alpheus - Son Oceanus & Tethys, became a river
  • Alphito - Goddess of barley
  • Amymone - river goddess
  • Anteros - Brother Eros, unhappy love
  • Aphrodite - Goddess love and beauty
  • Apollo - God prophecy, sun, music
  • Ares - God of violent war, anger
  • Arete - virtue goddess
  • Aristaeus - Protector of vines, huntsmen
  • Artemis - Goddess moon, hunting, archery
  • Astraea - Goddess of justice; daughter of Zeus & Themis
  • Ate - Goddess vengeance & mischief
  • Athena - Goddess of heroes and wisdom
  • Bia - personification of violence; daughter of Pallas and Styx; sister of Nike, Cratos
  • Caecinus - river god
  • Calliste (Arcadian) - Artemis in bear form
  • Carpo - autumn goddess
  • Ceto - sea goddess; mother of Ladon and monsters; daughter of Gaea and Pontus
  • Chloris - flower goddess
  • Circe - Witch goddess; daughter of Helios and Perse; children with Odysseus and later with Telemachus; lives on Aeaea
  • Crimisus - river god
  • Demeter - Goddess of agriculture
  • Deimos - god of fear
  • Dionysus - Wine god
  • Eileithyia - goddess of childbirth
  • Elpis - personification of hope (female)
  • Enyalius - war god; same as Ares or servant of Ares
  • Eridanus - river god
  • Eris - Goddess of discord
  • Eunaomia - goddess of seasons
  • Geras - Old age god
  • Glaucus - Fisherman that became prophet god
  • Hades - God of the dead
  • Hebe - Goddess of youth, wife Heracles
  • Hephaestus - Smith god
  • Hera - Queen god; marriage; fertility
  • Hermes - Messenger god; thief
  • Hesperus - Evening star, son Astraeus & Eos
  • Hestia - Hearth goddess
  • Hygeia - Goddess of health
  • Hymen - god of marriage
  • Hypnos - God of sleep
  • Iaso - goddess of healing
  • Inachus - river god
  • Iris - Goddess of rainbow, messenger of discord or of Hera
  • Kalia - goddess of vice
  • Leucothea - Sea goddess
  • Melicertes - god of ports
  • Metis - goddess that would have given birth to son mightier than Zeus, so he swallowed her
  • Momus - God of laughter, censure/ridicule
  • Moros - invisible destiny god
  • Morpheus - God of Dreams; an Oneiroi; son of Somnus (with 999 brothers)
  • Nemesis - Goddess of retributive justice
  • Nereus - sea god; father of Nereids
  • Nike - Victory goddess
  • Oknos - personification of futility
  • Palaemon - protector of ports and shores; as Roman Portumnus
  • Pallor - god of terror
  • Pan - God of nature
  • Panacea - goddess of health; daughter of Asclepius
  • Peneus - River god
  • Persephone - Queen of Underworld
  • Peitho - goddess of persuasion
  • Pheme - goddess of fame
  • Phobetor - god of nightmares
  • Phorcys - sea god; creates monsters; begets gorgons and graiae on his sister Ceto
  • Plutus - God of wealth, blind
  • Poseidon - Sea god
  • Priapus - god of ferility
  • Proteus - Old man of the sea, shape-shifter; shepherd for Poseidon
  • Seia - corn goddess
  • Selene - Moon goddess, supplanted by Artemis
  • Suadela - goddess of persuasion; serves Aphrodite
  • Thanatos - Death god
  • Triton - Sea god, son Neptune & Amphitrite
  • Tyche - good luck goddess
  • Zeus - King God; sky/thunder god

Titans

  • Asteria - Titan; daughter Coeus and Phoebe; prophecy/astrology/necromancy
  • Astraeus - Titan; god of dusk, astro god
  • Atlas - Titan; strong titan, holds world
  • Clymene - Titan; daughter Oceanus & Tethys; mother Prometheus, Epimetheus, and Atlas
  • Coeus/Koios/Ceus - Titan; intelligence; father of Leto by Phoebe
  • Cratos - titan of strength
  • Crius - Titan; father Perses
  • Cronus/Cronos/Kronos - Titan; King, horned? (Kroni?)
  • Cybele - Wife Cronos (Rhea)
  • Dione - Titan; mother Aphrodite; mistress of water
  • Eos - dawn goddess/titan; sister of Helios
  • Epimetheus - Titan; afterthought; Prometheus’s brother, monkey
  • Hecate - Titan; deity of lower world; accompanied by goblins of phantom world
  • Helios - Titan; sun god
  • Hyperion - Titan; sun god, father Helios
  • Iapetus - Titan; father many titans; banished to Tartarus
  • Lampetia - Daughter Hyperion
  • Leto - Titan; daughter Coeus, mother Apollo/Artemis; obscure meaning
  • Mnemosyne - Titan; memory; later perhaps a muse; mother of muses
  • Pallas - titan of war; son of Crius; husband of Styx
  • Phoebe - Titan; brilliance, moon
  • Prometheus - Titan; benefactor mankind
  • Rhea - Titan; mother gods
  • Styx - goddess of the river; aided Zeus against titans; wife of Pallas
  • Tethys - Titan; ocean
  • Theia - Titan; glittering, glory, mother Helios & Selene
  • Themis - Titaness of justice
  • Tityus - father Europa, sent to Tartarus; possibly a titan?
  • Zelus - Titan of dedication, envy, zeal; son of titan Pallas

Nymphs

  • Abarbarea - nymph
  • Adrastea/Adrastia - nymph of Crete; nymph of fate; daughter Melisseus; sister of Ida
  • Aegiale - a heliades
  • Aegina - river nymph; daughter Asopus & Metope; Zeus turns into flame and impregnates her
  • Aegle - A naiad/heliades
  • Aetheria - heliades
  • Aganippe - Crinaeae, spring on Mount Helicon
  • Amalthea - Goat (nymph?) whose milk fed Zeus
  • Amphitrite - Nereid, wife Nepute, sea queen
  • Appias - Crinaeae
  • Arethusa - Wood nymph, pursued by Alpheus
  • Argyra - nymph, loved by shepherd Solemnos
  • Asia - nymph; Oceanid; sometimes Prometheus mother
  • Asterodeia - nymph; wife Aeetes; mother Chalciope
  • Bateia - naiad; mother Hippocoon, Iacarius, Tyndareus
  • Britomaris/Britomartis - Cretan nymph; goddess of fishers
  • Callirrhoe - Oceanid; married to Chrysaor
  • Callisto - Nymph in Arcadia, turned into bear
  • Calypso - Nymph that loves Odysseus, lives on Ogygia; immortal death goddess
  • Castalia - Prophetic nymph
  • Chelone - nymph turned into tortoise
  • Clytie/Klytie - Water nymph; loves Apollo
  • Coronis - nymph; Hyades, consort of Apollo
  • Corycia - nymph; love Apollo; mother Lycorus
  • Crocale - Nymph of Diana
  • Cyane - nymph of countryside (Sicily), turned into fountain
  • Cymodoce - a Nereid
  • Cymothoe - a Nereid
  • Cyrene - Nymph, mother Arisraeus
  • Daphnis - prophetess nymph of Gaia
  • Doris - Daughter Oceanus & Tethys, married Nereus
  • Dryope - nymph; mother of Amphissus by Apollo; turned into poplar
  • Echo - Nymph of Diana
  • Eidothea - Daughter Proteus; sea nymph
  • Electra - A Pleiades, wife Dardanus OR an oceanid
  • Erytheia/Erytheis - nymph, hesperides
  • Eunice - a nereid
  • Galatea - Sea nymph; loved by Polypheme
  • Hermaphroditus - man fused into single being with nymph Salmacis; son Aphrodite
  • Hyale - Nymph of Diana
  • Ino/Leucothea - Nereid that helps Odysseus
  • Iole - Sister Dryope
  • Juturna/Diuturna - Crinaeae
  • Lampethus - a heliades
  • Lara - Naiad
  • Lotis - Nymph turned into lotus
  • Maia - most beautiful of Pleiades
  • Marica - nymph of river Liris; consort Faunus
  • Melobosis - nymph; feeds sheep
  • Mera - nymph lover Zeus
  • Merope - Daughter Oenopion, loved by Orion, nymph
  • Myrene - nymph; transformed into myrtle tree
  • Oenone - Nymph, married Paris; mount Ida
  • Orithyia - Nymph loved by north wind
  • Perse - Daughter Oceanus and Tethys, oceanid
  • Pirene - nymph; tears became a fountain
  • Rhode - daughter of Poseidon & Amphitrite
  • Rhodope - nymph that marries Haemus
  • Salmacis - spring nymph; fused with Hermaphroditus
  • Smilax - nymph; turned into yew tree
  • Staphyle - nymph; lover Dionysus
  • Symaethis - Naiad; mother Acis
  • Syrinx - Arcadian naiad, pursued by Pan
  • Taygete - nymph
  • Thisoa - nymph
  • Tyro - nymph; wife of Crethus; loved by river god Enipeus

Giants

  • Acamas - Cyclops OR a king of Melos, son of Theseus and Phaedra
  • Acmonides - cyclops
  • Agrius/Agrotes - giant killed by Fates or Heracles
  • Alcyoneus - Top gigantes, killed by heracles
  • Antaeus - giant son of Earth and Poseidon; Heracles defeats him by holding him off ground
  • Arges - Cyclops
  • Argus - Hundred-eyed guardian of Io, killed by Mercury
  • Athos - Gigantes
  • Briareus/Aegaeon - Hecatoncheires; sea-goat, most powerful
  • Brontes - Cyclops
  • Cottus - Hecatoncheires
  • Damastes - giant (Procrustes)
  • Echion - Gigantes
  • Enceladus - Gigantes or Hecatoncheires or serpent giant; Athena hurls Sicily at him
  • Ephialtes - Gigantes
  • Euryton - giant that guarded oxen of Geryon
  • Gratium - gigantes
  • Gyes - Hecatoncheires
  • Hippolytus - Gigantes
  • Lamus - giant
  • Mimas - Gigantes
  • Orion - Giant and hunter
  • Pallas - Gigantes
  • Pallenes - giant
  • Pelagon - hecatonchires
  • Pelorus - gigantes
  • Phoetus - gigantes
  • Polybotes - Gigantes
  • Polyphemus - Cyclops; blinded by Odysseus
  • Rhaetos - giant
  • Sinis - giant, murderer
  • Steropes - Cyclops
  • Telemus - Cyclops
  • Thoas - giant

Muses

  • Calliope - A muse, mother Orpheus
  • Clio - Muse, patroness of history
  • Erato - Muse; patroness of erotic poetry
  • Euterpe - Muse; patroness of flutes, joy, pleasure
  • Melpomene - Muse; patroness of tragedy
  • Polyhymnia - muse of song
  • Terpsichore - Muse of dance
  • Thalia - Muse of comedy
  • Urania - Muse of astronomy

Anemoi

  • Apeliotes - southeast wind
  • Boreas - North wind
  • Corus/Skeiron - northwest wind
  • Eurus - East wind
  • Kaikias - northeast wind
  • Livas - southwest wind
  • Notus - South wind
  • Zephyrus - West wind

Fates

  • Atropos - A Fate
  • Clotho/Klotho - A Fate, spins thread
  • Lachesis - A Fate

Centaurs

  • Chiron - Wisest centaur
  • Cyllarus - centaur
  • Eurytion - Centaur; got drunk at marriage
  • Hylaeus - centaur
  • Nessus - Centaur that kills Heracles
  • Pholus - centaur
  • Rhoecus - centaur, rapist

Others

  • Acacallis - deified mortal
  • Academus - hero or god of light; Arcadian
  • Acthon - winged horse of sun
  • Actorid - Monster twin of Actorione
  • Actorione - Monster twin of Actorid
  • Admete - deified mortal
  • Admetus - deified mortal
  • Aello - Harpy; whirlwind goddess
  • Aethon - sun horse
  • Agathodaemon - 7 headed serpent
  • Aglaea/Aglaia - A Charity; youngest Grace
  • Aclippe - daughter of Ares
  • Alecto - A fury
  • Antiphates - King of the Laestrygones
  • Apollyon - fiend, rules underworld
  • Arion - fabulous horse, human feet, wings
  • Asterion - The minotaur
  • Astrope - horse of sun
  • Balius - sky horse, drew chariot
  • Baubo - fertility spirit
  • Cacus - Son Medusa & Hephaestus, three-headed serpent
  • Calais - Son of north wind & nymph Orithyia (a Boread)
  • Cedalion - dwarf; possibly son of Hephaestus; taught Hephaestus metal-working
  • Celaeno - Harpy
  • Cerberus - Watchdog of Hades
  • Cetus - sea monster
  • Chaos - Deity of nothingness from which everything comes
  • Charon - Boatman on Styx
  • Charybis - Sea monster
  • Chrysaor - brother of Pegasus
  • Deino - graeae
  • Delphyne - snake woman, sister Typhon
  • Dice/Dike - an horae; justice
  • Dorceus - Dog pursuing Actaeon
  • Dracontides - dragon name for Kekrops
  • Echidna - Mother of monsters
  • Eirene/Irene - an horae; goddess of peace
  • Enyo - Ancient demoness, companion Ares; same as Roman Bellona OR one of the graiae
  • Epirotes - vast guardian serpent
  • Erichthonius - part-serpent boy; son of Hephaestus and Athena; king of Athens
  • Eunomia - an horae
  • Euphrosyne - A Charity; Joy
  • Euryale - Gorgon
  • Gargittios - Geryon’s dog
  • Geryon - Three-headed, three-bodied monster
  • Harsaphes - ram-headed fertility/water god; as Egyptian Hersef
  • Hybris - satyr
  • Iachos - spirit, son Demeter, exuberance
  • Kampe - dragon set to guard Hecatonchires, killed by Zeus
  • Ker/Cer - female angels of death; daughters of Erebus & Nyx; possibly a single goddess
  • Komos - satyr
  • Ladon - Hundred-headed dragon, guarded golden apples
  • Leucosia - siren
  • Ligia - siren
  • Marsayas - satyr, flayed for challenging Apollo; invented flute
  • Medusa - Gorgon; slain by Perseus
  • Megaera - A Fury
  • Merope - a Pleiades
  • Mormo - Vampire queen; evil spirit woman; shadowy companion of Hecate
  • Ocypete - Harpy
  • Orthrus - Cerberus’s brother
  • Parthenope - siren
  • Pemphredo - graeae
  • Pephredo - graeae (dread)
  • Periphetes - Son Vulcan, killed by Theseus
  • Phaethon - sun horse
  • Phaethusa - Sister Phaethon
  • Phaeton - Son Apollo; drove sun chariot too close to Earth
  • Phantasos - Son Somnus, brings strange visions
  • Phlegon - sun horse
  • Pisinoe - siren
  • Podarge - harpy
  • Polygonus - Son Proteus
  • Posthon - satyr
  • Priscaraxe - humanoid serpent
  • Python - Monstrous serpent
  • Scylla - Turned into sea monster by Circe
  • Silenus - Son of Pan
  • Simos - satyr
  • Stheno - Gorgon
  • Thaumas - son Pontus and Gaea; father by Electra of harpies
  • Thelsoiepeia - siren
  • Tisiphone - erinyes
  • Typhon - Fire-breathing monster, father of monsters (Set?); volcano/whirlwind god; son of Typhoeus
  • Xanthos - horse spawn of harpy
  • Zetes - Son of North wind & Orithyia (a Boread)

Italic

  • Angitia - Goddess of healing and witchcraft; Circe
  • Befana - good house fairy
  • Caligorante - giant
  • Camilla - fire goddess
  • Capaneus - giant
  • Chichevache/Thingut - Cow monster
  • Fracassus - giant
  • Haruspices (Etrurian) - god of prophecy
  • Hydrus - Egyptian serpent
  • Massariol - dwarf; farm spirit; ladies man
  • Papillon - flying, fire-breathing horse
  • Syren - winged white serpent
  • Tagni - witchcraft goddess
  • Tana - star goddess
  • Tanus - star god
  • Valetudo - health goddess
  • Zimbardo - giant

Etruscan

  • Acaviser/Achistr/Lasar - a female spirit; a fate
  • Aita - Pluto
  • Albina - dawn goddess; protector of lovers
  • Alpanu - underworld goddess
  • Altria - earth goddess
  • Angerona - goddess of winter solstice
  • Ani - as Janus
  • Anna Perenna - sex goddess
  • Anteros - passion god
  • Apiu - weather god
  • Aplu/Ablu/Apulu - Apollo
  • Aritimi - Artemis
  • Arkate - warned Favnu about Alpanu; old man in cloak
  • Atunis - Adonis
  • Cautha - sun god, rose from depths, dawn goddess
  • Celu - Gaia
  • Charun - Charon
  • Culsu - Underworld demonness associated with Janus
  • Cupra - fertility goddess
  • Ethausva - winged servant of Tin; Eileithyia
  • Evan - lasa of immortality
  • Februus - god of purification
  • Februus - purification god
  • Feronia - fire, volcano, autumn goddess
  • Fufluns/Puphluns - god of growing creatures; wine/harvest god; Liber
  • Himrae - Hemera
  • Horta - agriculture goddess
  • Kulmu - god of tombs
  • Laran - war god
  • Leinth - death goddess
  • Lusna - moon goddess
  • Mania - goddess of the dead; caused moon sickness; took child sacrifices; consort of Mantus
  • Mantus - god the dead
  • Minerva - wisdom goddess
  • Muliebris - as Fortuna
  • Nathum - justice goddess
  • Nethuns - fresh water god
  • Nortia - Tyche
  • Phersipnei - Persephone
  • Satres - Saturn
  • Sethlans - Vulcan
  • Sevlans - Silvanus
  • Summanus - thunder god
  • Tages - boy with serpent legs; prophecy/wisdom god
  • Tarchon - culture hero
  • Thakur Deo - childbirth goddess
  • Thalna - childbirth goddess; possibly Hera
  • Thesan - dawn goddess
  • Thufltha - a fury
  • Tin/Tinia - Jupiter
  • Tiv - moon god
  • Tuchulcha - underworld demon
  • Turan - love goddess
  • Turms - Hermes
  • Tvath - Demeter
  • Uni - consort of Tin; Hera; same as Thalna?
  • Usil - sun god
  • Vanth - Demoness of underworld
  • Veive - revenge/healing god
  • Vetis - Infernal god of death and destruction
  • Voltumna - God of Etruscan race, water/earth god
  • Zirna - moon goddess, half moon hangs from her neck; companion to Turan

Roman

  • Abeona - goddess that protects children learning to walk and leaving home
  • Abundita - farm goddess
  • Acca - wife of Hercules; as Acco
  • Acis - River spirit, Scilian boy, son Faunus & Symaethis
  • Addephagia - goddess of good cheer
  • Aeternitas - goddess of eternity whose symbol is the phoenix or oroboros
  • Aetna - mountain goddess
  • Aglapheme - a siren
  • Albion - a giant
  • Alemona - goddess of the fetus
  • Angerona - goddess of secret sorrows
  • Angitia - early witchcraft/healing goddess
  • Antevorta - goddess of prophecy and the future
  • Aquila - the north wind; as Boreas
  • Attis - plant god
  • Aurora - as Greek Eos
  • Bacchus - Dionysus
  • Bellona - War goddess, sister Mars
  • Bona Dea - Fertility goddess, wife Faunus
  • Bonus Eventus - harvest god
  • Caca - Giant sister of Cacus; fire/hearth goddess
  • Cacus - Giant, son Vulcan; three-headed fire-breathing giant
  • Candelifera - goddess of childbirth
  • Cardea - goddess of thresholds
  • Carmenta/Carmentis - Childbirth goddess; healing/future goddess; a Camenae
  • Carna - heart/organ goddess
  • Ceres - Mother Earth, Demeter
  • Cloacina - sewer/underworld goddess
  • Consus - God of grain
  • Cupid - Eros
  • Cynthia - moon goddess
  • Dercynus - giant
  • Devera - goddess of brooms
  • Diana - Artemis
  • Dis/Pluto - Hades
  • Discordia - Eris
  • Dispater - Underworld god, Orcus
  • Edusa - goddess of child weaning
  • Egeria - A Camenae (water nymph) that taught King Numa
  • Fama - woman with many mouths (the rumor)
  • Fauna - female counterpart to Faunus
  • Faunus - god of flocks; as Pan
  • Favonius - west wind
  • Febris - goddess that protects against malaria; goddess of fever
  • Fides - goddess of faith
  • Flora - goddess of flowers
  • Fortuna - goddess of fortune (as Tyche)
  • Fulgora - goddess of lightning
  • Hagno - nymph, educated Jupiter
  • Ignis - fire god; son of Manus
  • Inuus - as Greek Pan, but god of fields
  • Jana - queen of secrets
  • Janus - Solar deity, doorkeeper of heaven, beginning & end
  • Juno - as Hera
  • Jupiter - as Zeus
  • Juventas - goddess of youth; as Hebe
  • Latona - as Leto
  • Lara - evil nymph; mother of Manes; Jupiter cuts out her tongue
  • Liber - fertility god
  • Libera - wine goddess
  • Libertas - liberty god
  • Libitina - death goddess
  • Lucina - goddess of childbirth, Eileithyia
  • Luna - moon goddess (as Selene)
  • Maia - dawn/plant goddess
  • Marica - Circe
  • Mars - as Ares
  • Mena - goddess of months and menstruation
  • Mercury - Hermes
  • Minerva - Athena
  • Mors - as Thanatos
  • Mulciber - fire/smith god; Vulcan
  • Muta - goddess of silence
  • Mutunus - god of flocks
  • Naenia - funeral goddess
  • Neptune - as Poseidon
  • Ops - as Rhea; harvest goddess
  • Orcus - Death god, possibly as Pluto
  • Pales - Goddess over castle
  • Pax - peace goddess
  • Pertunda - marriage goddess
  • Phoebus - as Greek Apollo
  • Picus - forest demon; son of Saturn; loved by Circe; she turns him into woodpecker when he spurns her
  • Poena - attendant of Nemesis
  • Pomona - Goddess of fruit trees
  • Portunes - God keys, doors, livestock
  • Porus - god of plenty
  • Postverta - goddess of the past/prophecy
  • Priapus - fertility god
  • Prosperina - as Persephone
  • Quirinus - war god; possibly deification of Romulus
  • Salacia - wife of Neptune; goddess of salt water
  • Salus - health goddess
  • Saturn - Cronos
  • Segetia - harvest goddess
  • Silvanus - Pan
  • Sol Invictus - Sun god
  • Somnus - god of sleep
  • Spiniesis - field god that clears field of thorns
  • Strenia - fruit goddess
  • Tellus/Terra - Earth goddess (as Gaea)
  • Terminus - god of boundaries
  • Trivia - Hekate
  • Tuisko - giant ancestor
  • Tuyscan Gigas - Germanic giant leader
  • Venus - Aphrodite
  • Vertumnus - Deity of gardens and seasons
  • Vesta - hearth goddess; as Hestia
  • Victoria - as Nike
  • Vulcan - as Hephaestus

Sardinian

  • Giane - woodland spirit; sings to lure men in; they die after sleeping with her
  • Janas - Goddess of death
  • Maymon - God of Underworld
  • Panas - Goddess of reproduction
  • Thanit - Goddess of Earth

Thracian

  • Abderus - hero son of Hermes
  • Ara - culture hero or sun god
  • Arganthone - hunting goddess
  • Attis - son of Manes; lover or Cybele
  • Bassareus - Dionysus
  • Bendis - moon/magic goddess (as Greek Artemis)
  • Cybele - mother Earth goddess (as Greek Gaia or Rhea)
  • Derzelas/Gebeleizis - health/vitality god
  • Heros - underworld god
  • Kotys - mother goddess
  • Orpheus - song god
  • Sabazios - horseman, sky god
  • Zibelthiurdos - storm god

Macedonian

  • Ayerico - air demon, disease spirit, takes human form
  • Chanadaon - war god
  • Daron - health god
  • Gasoteris - hunting god
  • Zeryon - love god

Phrygian

  • Axiocersa - earth goddess
  • Bagos Papaios - sky goddess; possibly Kybele
  • Zemelo - earth goddess