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Use the HTML below. As for other male offspring of the Titans, some seem to have participated in the Titanomachy, and were punished as a result, and others did not, or at least like Helios remained free.
Three of Iapetus' sons, Atlas , Menoetius , and Prometheus are specifically connected by ancient sources with the war. In the Theogony both Atlas and Menoetius received punishments from Zeus, but Hesiod does not say for what crime exactly they were punished.
The female Titans, to the extent that they are mentioned at all, appear also to have been allowed to remain free. Leto, who gives birth to the Olympians Apollo and Artemis , takes an active part on the side of the Trojans in the Iliad , and is also involved in the story of the giant Tityos.
Rhea remains free and active after the war:  appearing at Leto's delivery of Apollo,  as Zeus' messenger to Demeter announcing the settlement concerning Persephone ,  bringing Pelops back to life.
While in Hesiod's Theogony , and Homer's Iliad , Cronus and the other Titans are confined to Tartarus—apparently forever  —another tradition, as indicated by later sources, seems to have had Cronus, or other of the Titans, being eventually set free.
Zeus freed the Titans",  and in another poem BC , Pindar has Cronus, in fact, ruling in the Isles of the Blessed , a land where the Greek heroes reside in the afterlife: .
Those who have persevered three times, on either side, to keep their souls free from all wrongdoing, follow Zeus' road to the end, to the tower of Cronus,where ocean breezes blow around the island of the blessed, and flowers of gold are blazing, some from splendid trees on land, while water nurtures others.
With these wreaths and garlands of flowers they entwine their hands according to the righteous counsels of Rhadamanthys , whom the great father, the husband of Rhea whose throne is above all others, keeps close beside him as his partner.
Prometheus Lyomenos , an undated lost play by Aeschylus c. Possibly even earlier than Pindar and Aeschylus, two papyrus versions of a passage of Hesiods' Works and Days also mention Cronus being released by Zeus, and ruling over the heroes who go to the Isle of the Blessed; but other versions of Hesiod's text do not, and most editors judge these lines of text to be later interpolations.
It is generally accepted that the Greek succession myth was imported from the Near East , and that along with this imported myth came stories of a group of former ruling gods, who had been defeated and displaced, and who became identified, by the Greeks, as the Titans.
The Hurro - Hittite text Song of Kumarbi also called Kingship in Heaven , written five hundred years before Hesiod,  tells of a succession of kings in heaven: Anu Sky , Kumarbi , and the storm-god Teshub , with many striking parallels to Hesiod's account of the Greek succession myth.
Like Cronus, Kumarbi castrates the sky-god Anu, and takes over his kingship. And like Cronus, Kumarbi swallows gods and a stone?
Other Hittite texts contain allusions to "former gods" karuilies siunes , precisely what Hesiod called the Titans, theoi proteroi.
Like the Titans, these Hittite karuilies siunes , were twelve usually in number and end up confined in the underworld by the storm-god Teshub, imprisoned by gates they cannot open.
In Orphic literature, the Titans play an important role in what is often considered to be the central myth of Orphism, the sparagmos , that is the dismemberment of Dionysus , who in this context is often given the title Zagreus.
He is taken to Mount Ida where like the infant Zeus he is guarded by the dancing Curetes. Zeus intended Dionysus to be his successor as ruler of the cosmos, but a jealous Hera incited the Titans—who apparently unlike in Hesiod and Homer, were not imprisoned in Tartarus—to kill the child.
The Titans whiten their faces with gypsum, and distracting the infant Dionysus with various toys, including a mirror, they seized Dionysus and tore or cut  him to pieces.
The pieces were then boiled, roasted and partially eaten, by the Titans. But Athena managed to save Dionysus' heart, by which Zeus was able to contrive his rebirth from Semele.
Commonly presented as a part of the myth of the dismembered Dionysus Zagreus, is an Orphic anthropogony, that is an Orphic account of the origin of human beings.
According to this widely held view, as punishment for their crime, Zeus struck the Titans with his thunderbolt , and from the remains of the destroyed Titans humankind was born, which resulted in a human inheritance of ancestral guilt, for this original sin of the Titans, and by some accounts "formed the basis for an Orphic doctrine of the divinity of man.
The 2nd century AD biographer and essayist Plutarch , makes a connection between the sparagmos and the punishment of the Titans, but makes no mention of the anthropogony, or Orpheus, or Orphism.
In his essay On the Eating of Flesh , Plutarch writes of "stories told about the sufferings and dismemberment of Dionysus and the outrageous assaults of the Titans upon him, and their punishment and blasting by thunderbolt after they had tasted his blood".
The only ancient source to explicitly connect the sparagmos and the anthropogony is the 6th century AD Neoplatonist Olympiodorus , who writes that, according to Orpheus, after the Titans had dismembered and eaten Dionysus, "Zeus, angered by the deed, blasts them with his thunderbolts, and from the sublimate of the vapors that rise from them comes the matter from which men are created.
Some 19th- and 20th-century scholars, including Jane Ellen Harrison , have argued that an initiatory or shamanic ritual underlies the myth of the dismemberment and cannibalism of Dionysus by the Titans.
The planet Saturn is named for the Roman equivalent of the Titan Cronus. Saturn's largest moon, Titan , is named after the Titans generally, and the other moons of Saturn are named after individual Titans, specifically Tethys , Phoebe , Rhea , Hyperion , and Iapetus.
Astronomer William Henry Pickering claimed to discover another moon of Saturn which he named Themis , but this discovery was never confirmed, and the name Themis was given to an asteroid, 24 Themis.
Asteroid 57 Mnemosyne was also named for the Titan. A proto-planet Theia is hypothesized to have been involved in a collision in the early solar system, forming the Earth's moon.
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Prometheus; Tripp, p. Helius, p. However, according to Apollodorus , 1. According to Epimenides see Fowler , pp. According to West , p. Dione is also the mother of Aphrodite by Zeus in the Iliad , 5.
As noted by Woodard, p. Evelyn-White , others interpret as meaning Cronus "king of the former gods" e. Most, pp. Rhea, Zeus' mother, must be married to Kronos, Zeus' father.
Hyperion, as father of Helios, must be put back to that generation; so must ancient and venerable personages as Oceanus and Tethys, Themis and Mnemosyne.
By the addition of four more colourless names Koios, Kreios, Theia, and Phoibe , the list is made up to a complement of six males and six females";cf.
West , p. Exactly which of these eighteen children Hesiod meant that Uranus hated is not entirely clear, all eighteen, or perhaps just the Cyclopes and the Hundred-Handers.
Hard, p. Cyclopes and Hundred-Handers are meant" and not the twelve Titans. See also West , p. Why Uranus hated his children is also not clear.
Gantz, p. However, West , p. The hiding place inside Gaia is presumably her womb, see West , p. This place seems also to be the same place as Tartarus , see West , p.
As Hard notes, in the Theogony , although the Titans were freed as a result of Uranus' castration, apparently the Cyclopes and Hundred-Handers remain imprisoned see below , see also West , p.
Mount Aigaion is otherwise unknown, and Lyctus is nowhere else associated with Zeus' birth, later tradition located the cave on Mount Ida , or sometimes Mount Dikte , see Hard, pp.
According to Apollodorus , 1. As noted by West, locating the Titan's on Othrys was "presumably Elsewhere it is said that the Titans formerly occupied Olympus itself".
This is the sequence of events understood to be implied in the Theogony by, for example, Hard, p. However according to Gantz, p.
Eventually, if not at the beginning, the Hundred-Handers are fighting". However according to West , p. Compare with Theogony — Compare with Iliad As for Apollodorus' sources, Hard, p.
The release and reimprisonment of the Hundred-Handers and Cyclopes, was perhaps a way to solve the problem in Hesiod's account of why the castration of Uranus, which released the Titans, did not also apparently release the six brothers, see Fowler , p.
In any case, as West , pp. According to Gantz: "Likely enough Hyginus has confused stories of Hera's summoning of the Gigantes to her aid as in the Homeric Hymn to Apollo with the overthrow of the Titans.
The translations of the names used here follow Caldwell, p. Although the Titan's mythology seems certainly to have been imported, whether the Titans were originally a group of gods native to Mycenean Greece, upon whom this borrowed mythology was simply overlaid is unknown.
There is no way of telling which alternative is true, and it makes no practical difference in any case, since we know nothing whatever of the original nature of the Titans if they had once enjoyed a separate existence in Greece.