Poseidon (mythology)

   Poseidon was one of the principal Greek divinities. He was a brother of Zeus, Hades, Hera, Hestia, and Demeter. The rule of the sea fell to him by lot. His palace was in the depths of the Aegean, near Euboea. Here he kept his horses with bra­zen hoofs and golden manes. With these horses, in time of storm, Poseidon drove in a char­iot over the waves which became smooth as he approached. The monsters of the deep recognized his sovereignty and sported about his chariot.

Poseidon, god of the sea

Poseidon, ruler of the seas