Cronus was an ancient diety, and God to the Greeks and Romans.


He was the father of three sons, Zeus, Poseidon (Neptune), and Pluto. The three sons killed their father and divided the world between them--Zeus obtained Mount Olympus, Neptune obtained the seas, and Pluto obtained Hades.[1]

Behind the scenesEdit

Cronus was the most powerful Titan. He was the father of the Olympian gods in the Greek and Roman pantheon.


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