The “weapon”--a cone-shaped object with winglets--is launched on top of a repurposed Poseidon nuclear missile.
Minerva wove the scene of her contest with Neptune (Poseidon).
Poseidon was the ruler of the seas and was the first to train and employ horses.
A fragment of a hymn to Poseidon, ascribed to Arion, is extant.
He took care of Poseidon's sea-calves and was famous for his evasiveness.
When Poseidon heard this he screamed, as if pierced with sudden pain, and turned into vanishing mist.
Poseidon put his wits at work and called together all his friends for counsel.
Within it have been found traces of the temple of Poseidon and other buildings.
But in this emergency Poseidon came to the aid of the son of Tantalus.
Poseidon tamed the horse for the use of mankind, and was believed to have taught men the art of managing horses by the bridle.
Greek god of the sea and earthquakes, Greek Poseidon (Doric Poteidan), of uncertain origin.