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In Greek mythology, the Ourea English translation: "mountains") were rarely mentioned gods of the mountains, sons of Gaia, the Greek personifications of mountains. Each mountain was said to have its own god. They are members of the Protogenoi: the first-born elemental gods, children of Gaia. The Ourea, Ouranos, and Pontus are offspring of Gaia alone.




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