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Cronus (Greek deity)

LC control no.no2016121693
Descriptive conventionsrda
Personal name headingCronus (Greek deity)
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Variant(s)Saturn (Greek deity)
Kronos (Greek deity)
Cronos (Greek deity)
Κρόνος (Greek deity)
Crono (Greek deity)
Kron (Greek deity)
Xronos (Greek deity)
Кронас (Greek deity)
Kronas (Greek deity)
Крон (Greek deity)
Кронос (Greek deity)
Krono (Greek deity)
קרונוס (Greek deity)
Krons (Greek deity)
Kronosz (Greek deity)
クロノス (Greek deity)
Kuronosu (Greek deity)
Хрон (Greek deity)
Hron (Greek deity)
Хронос (Greek deity)
Hronos (Greek deity)
克洛诺斯 (Greek deity)
Keluonuosi (Greek deity)
Ke luo nuo si (Greek deity)
See alsoSaturn (Roman deity)
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Other standard no.Q44204
Special noteNon-Latin script references not evaluated.
Found inGreek mythology website, September 11, 2016 (Cronus was the ruling Titan who came to power by castrating his father Uranus; Cronus Is also called Saturn, Kronos, Cronos)
Wikipedia, September 11, 2016 (In Greek mythology, Cronus, or Kronos (from Greek: Κρόνος = Kronos), was the leader and youngest of the first generation of Titans, the divine descendants of Uranus, the sky, and Gaia, the earth; Cronus was also identified in classical antiquity with the Roman deity Saturn.) Aragonese page (Crono) Azerbaijani page (Kron [in roman]; Xronos [in roman]) Belarusian page (Кронас = Kronas; Крон = Kron) Bulgarian page (Кронос = Kronos) Esperanto page (Krono) Hebrew page (קרונוס = Ḳronos) Latvian page (Krons) Lithuanian page (Kronas) Hungarian page (Kronosz) Japanese page (クロノス = Kuronosu) Serbian page (Хрон = Hron; Хронос = Hronos; Крон = Kron) Chinese page (克洛诺斯 = Keluonuosi)
Theoi Greek mythology website, September 11, 2016 (Kronos (Cronus) was the King of the Titanes and the god of time, in particular time when viewed as a destructive, all-devouring force; son of Uranus and Ge, and the youngest among the Titans)
Britannica online, September 11, 2016 (Cronus, also spelled Cronos or Kronos, in ancient Greek religion, male deity who was worshipped by the pre-Hellenic population of Greece but probably was not widely worshipped by the Greeks themselves; he was later identified with the Roman god Saturn)
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