Titanomachy

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Titanomachy:

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in Greek religion and mythology, one of 12 primeval deities. The female Titan is also called Titaness. The Titans—six sons and six daughters—were the children of Uranus and Gaea.
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In addition to redefining Christian diabology as myth, Paine follows Voltaire and assimilates it to pagan tradition: the war in heaven, Paine claims, derives from the Greek myth of the Titanomachia.
Poems of the Epic Cycle include the Theogonia and Titanomachia, on the creation and early history of the world; Cypria, on the theft of Helen; Aethiopis, Ilias Parva, Iliu Persis, and Nostoi, continuations of the Iliad; and Telegonia, on the death of Odysseus.