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Brontes

by Christina Dillman, Clarksville Middle School
One of three Cyclopes, a fierce giant with one eyes in the center of his forehead, in Greek Mythology. In Hesiad, a the brother of Arges and Steropes and child of Uranus of Gaia. Brontes was thrown into the lower world by his other brother, Cronus, a first (after Cronus dethroned Uranus) he was released by Zeus and in gratitude, he gave Zeus the gifts of thunder and lighting. He always possessed the weapon of thunder. He was a very powerful and destructive creature.

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