10 Most Powerful Titans of Greek Mythology: Of course, everyone is familiar with Greek deities like Zeus, Hades, and Poseidon.
Oceanus was the Titan of the sea and water. Oceanus, the eldest Titan, was married to Thetis, his sister.
Thetis was the Titan of Fresh Water. When Cronus became paranoid and his wife Rhea wanted to keep her children safe, she gave Hera to her sister Thetis, who reared her as her own daughter.
The Titan, Hyperion was associated with alertness, knowledge, and light. He wed his sister Thea, and along with her, they had three children: Helios-the sun; Selene-the moon; and Eos-the dawn.
Coeus was the Titan of Wisdom, Prescience, and Oracles. He was in charge of maintaining the north pillar.
Phoebe was a titan of intellect and prophecy. The twins’ alternate names, Phoebus and Phoebe, came from the fact that Phoebe was the grandmother of Artemis and Apollo.
Crius was a constellations-related Titan. The daughter of Gaea by her second husband, Pontus, Eurybia, who was not among the original 12 Titans but his half-sister, was married to him.
Mnemosyne, the titan of memory and the voice of the hidden Oracle of Trophonios in Boetia, did not wed one of her brothers but nonetheless assisted in raising the gods of the following generation.
Iapetus, the God of Death or the Titan of Mortal Life. Depending on the source, the Titan Iapetus was either the titan of mortality or craftsmanship.
Themis is the titan of justice, law, and order. Themis stood for natural law and moral order. She assisted Zeus in maintaining control over the other deities and the entire world by becoming his second wife.
Cronus, a Titan who ruled over the universe. Cronus was the Greek Titan who was also the strongest, despite being the youngest child of Gaea and Uranus.