The Cyclops By: Mike and Gager - tron

The Cyclops were gigantic, one eyed monsters. Probably the most famous Cyclops in Greek mythology. The Cyclops were were considered sons of titans Uranus and gaea. According to Polyphemus was the son of Poseidon. Polyphemus had many brothers, but there are three well known Cyclops brothers borntes(thunder), steropes(lightning), and arges(bright). They were also the sons of Uranus, and gaea.

Polyphemus(above)

The meaning of Cyclops means"round eye," and is pronounced and spelled(kuklops). Polyphemus is best remembered for the role he took in homers epic poem "the odyssey," when he captures the Greek hero Odysseus.The story unfolds as Odysseus and twelve of his crew, on their way home from the Trojan War, land on the island of the Cyclopes in search of provisions. Odysseus and his men came across the cave of Polyphemus, and went inside hoping to steal food while Polyphemus was away tending his "crew." Being stubborn, Odysseus wanted to see what a Cyclops looked like, so they hid in the cave until Polyphemus returned.

Odysseus(above)

Apollo was credited with killing a Cyclops in retaliation for aiming Zeus with his thunderbolt.

Apollo(above)

There are many imitations of the Cyclops like mike wazowski. He is the most popular Cyclops in this date of time.

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