Bohové starověkých národů

Bohové starověkých národů krásně zpracovaní nakladatelstvím Marvel Comics. Níže obrázky a kompetence jednotlivých bohů.

Aboriginal Gods
Worshipped by the Aboriginal people of Australia from approximately 8000 BC into modern times.
Altjira - God of the Dreamtime
Baiame - God of Creation
Daramulum - God of the Sky and Weather
Gnowee - Goddess of the Sun
Julunggul - Goddess of Fertility
Mamaragan - God of Lightning
Marmoo - God of Evil
Narahdarn = God of Death

Ahau (Mayan Gods)
Worshipped by the Mayans of Southern Mexico and Northern Central America from 1800 BC to the 16th century AD.
Ahpuch - God of the Dead
Buluc Chabtan - God of War
Camazotz - God of Darkness
Chaac - God of Rain and Lightning
Kukulkan - God of the Wind
Hunab Ku - God of the Sky
Itzamna - God of the Sun
Ixchel - Goddess of the Moon
Wayep - God of Mischief

Akua (Polynesian Gods)
Worshipped by the Polynesian peoples of the Central and Southern Pacific Ocean from 1600 BC into modern times.
B'ngudja - God of Sharks
Haumea - Goddess of Childbirth
Kanaloa - God of the Sea
Kane Milohai - God of Light
Ku - God of War
Lono - God of Agriculture and Peace
Namaka - Goddess of the Sea
Papa - Goddess of Earth (one of the many forms and names used by Gaea.)
Pele - Goddess of Volcanoes
Poliahu - Goddess of Snow
Ragni - God of the Sky
Whiro - God of Death and Evil

Amatsu-Kami (Japanese Gods)
Worshipped by Japanese inhabitants as early as 10,000 BC into modern times, though Shinto ceased to be Japan's state religion in 1945.
Amaterasu - Goddess of the Sun
Ame-No-Mi-Kumari - Goddess of Water
Bishamon - God of War and Fortune
Hotei - God of Joy and Laughter
Inari - God of Rice and Prosperity
Izanagi - God of the Sky
Izanami - Goddess of Earth (one of the many forms and names used by Gaea.)
Kaminari - Goddess of Thunder and Lightning
Kagutsuchi - God of Fire
Mikaboshi - God of Evil
Susanoo - God of the Sea and Storm
Tsukuyomi - God of the Moon

Annunaki (Mesopotamian Gods)
Worshipped by the peoples of pre-Cataclysmic Atlantis and Valusia circa 19,000 BC, through several Hyborian Age nations and ultimately achieving prominence among the Sumerians, Assyrians and Babylonians in Mesopotamia until 500 AD.
Anu - God of Heaven
Ba'al - God of Storms and Fertility
Dagon - God of Wind and Air
Eriskegal - Goddess of the Dead
Inanna - Goddess of Love and War
Marduk - God of Judgment
Martu - God of Drought, Oaths and the Steppe
Nergal - God of Death and Pestilence
Ningal - God of Metal and Smelting
Ninhursag - Goddess of Earth (one of the many forms and names used by Gaea.)
Saja - God of Messengers
Tammuz - God of Shepherds and Fertility

Apu (Incan Gods)
Worshipped by the Incas in Peru, Ecuador, Bolivia, Chile, Argentina and Colombia from 2000 BC to the 16th century AD.
Catequil - God of Thunder and Lightning
Chasca - Goddess of the Dawn and Twilight
Inti - God of the Sun
Kon - God of the Wind and Rain
Mama Cocha - Goddess of the Sea
Mama Quilla - Goddess of the Moon
Pachamama - Goddess of Earth (one of the many forms and names used by Gaea.)
Supay - God of Death
Urcuchillay - God of Animals
Viracocha - God of the Sky

Asgardians (Norse Gods)
Worshipped by the peoples of Scandinavia, Germania, and parts of Britain & Gaul from 1000 BC to about 1100 AD, though some may have been worshipped as early as 8000 BC.
Amora/Enchantress: Original creation of Stan Lee and Jack Kirby with no association in actual Norse myth.
Balder - God of Light and Purity
Buri/Tiwaz - Patriarch of the Asgardians
Fenris Wolf/Fenrir - Pivotal force of Ragnarok, also known as the "Twilight of the Gods", that will see Asgard and most of the gods destroyed.
Frigga - Goddess of Marriage and Childbirth
Frey - God of the Sun, Rain and The Harvest
Freya - Goddess of Love, Beauty and Fertility
Heimdall - God of Protection and Sentinel of the Gates of Asgard
Hela - Goddess of Death
Hermod - God of Messengers and Speed
Hoder - God of Night, Winter and Snow
Idunn - Goddess of Immortality
Jord - Goddess of Earth (one of the many forms and names used by Gaea.)
Jormungand/Midgard Serpent - Pivotal force of Ragnarok, also known as the "Twilight of the Gods", that will see Asgard and most of the gods destroyed.
Karnilla - Queen of Nornheim; Goddess of Magic: Original creation of Stan lee and Jack Kirby with no association in actual Norse myth.
Loki - God of Mischief and Evil
Mimir - God of Knowledge and Wisdom
Njord - God of the Sea, Winds and Storms
Odin - God of the Sky, Knowledge and Death
Sigyn - Goddess of Fidelity
Sif - Shieldmaiden of Asgard; Goddess of War and The Hunt
Surtur - Monarch of the Fire Demons of Muspelheim and a pivotal force of Ragnarok, also known as the "Twilight of the Gods", that will see Asgard and most of the gods destroyed.
Thor - God of Thunder and Lightning
Tyr - God of War
Valkyrie - Shieldmaiden of Asgard; Leader of the Valkyrior
Vidar - God of the Hunt
Volla - Goddess of Prophecy
The Warriors Three Fandral, Hogun and Volstagg: Original creations of Stan Lee and Jack Kirby with no association in actual Norse myth.

Daevas (Indian Gods)
Worshipped by the peoples of the Indian subcontinent from as early as 2000 BC into modern times.
Aditi - Goddess of Earth (one of the many forms and names used by Gaea)
Brahma - God of Creation and Magic
Ganesh - God of Wisdom
Indra - God of Thunder
Kali-Ma - Goddess of Death and Destruction
Maya - Goddess of Dreams and Illusions
Ratri - Goddess of Love and Night
Shiva - God of Destruction and Rebirth
Vishnu - God of Preservation and Protection of everything
Yama - God of Death

Dievas (Slavic Gods)
Worshipped by the Slavic peoples of Central & Eastern Europe and the Balkans from as early as 700 BC to the 10th century AD.
Dazhbog - God of Light
Lada - Goddess of Youth and Beauty
Laima - Goddess of Fate and Prosperity
Marzanna - Goddess of Witchcraft
Milda - Goddess of Love and Freedom
Perun - God of Thunder
Saule - Goddess of the Sun
Stribog - God of the Sky and Wind
Svantovit - God of War and Fertility
Svarozvich - God of Fire
Svarog - God of the Sun, Sky, Rain and Fire
Veles - God of the Underworld, Magic and Trickery

Diwatas (Philippine Gods)
Worshipped by the various peoples of the Philippine archipelago from 4000 BC to the 16th century AD.
Aman Sinaya - Goddess of the Sea
Amihan - God of Wind
Anitun - Goddess of Wind, Lightning and Rain
Apo Laki - God of War and the Sun
Aswang - God of Evil
Bathala - God of the Sky
Mayari - Goddess of the Moon
Tala - Goddess of the Stars

Heliopolitans/Ennead (Egyptian Gods)
Worshipped by the inhabitants of the Nile River valley as early as 10,000 BC to the 5th century AD.
Anubis - God of Funerals and Mummification
Bast - God of Pleasure, Poetry, Music and Dancing
Bes - God of Luck and Probability; Protector of Households
Geb - God of Earth, Fertility and the Harvest
Horus - God of the Sky and Sun
Isis - Goddess of Fertility
Khonshu - God of the Moon and Vengeance
Neith - Goddess of Earth (one of the many forms and names used by Gaea)
Nut - Goddess of the Sky
Osiris - God of the Dead
Sekhmet - God of War
Seth - God of Chaos and Creation
Sobek - God of Crocodiles and Rivers
Thoth - God of Wisdom

Inua (Inuit Gods)
Worshipped by the Inuit and other Eskimo shamanistic cultures from 10,000 BC into modern times.
Hodiak - God of the Sky
Kadlu - Goddess of Lightning
Negafok - God of Cold Weather
Nanuq - God of Polar Bears
Narya (AKA Snowbird) - Goddess of Nature and Animals
Nelvanna - Goddess of the Northern Lights
Sedna - Goddess of the Sea and Death
Tekkeitsertok - God of the Hunt and Caribou
Turoq/Shaper - God of Change

Jumala (Finnish Gods)
Worshipped by the Finno-Urgic and Sami peoples of Northern Europe from 500 BC to the 13th century AD.
Ahti - God of the Sea and Fishing
Akka - Goddess of Earth (one of the many forms and names used by Gaea)
Äkräs - God of Fertility
Ilmarinen God of Metal, Invention and the Forge
Nyyrikki - God of the Hunt
Tapio - God of the Forest
Tuoni - God of the Underworld
Ukko - God of the Sky
Vammatar - Goddess of Pain, Disease and Suffering

Manidoog (Native American Gods)
Worshipped by various Native American tribes of North America from 1200 BC into modern times.
Calumet - God of the Hobowaken (AKA Peace Pipe)
Coyote/Nanabozho - God of Mischief
Gitche Manitou - God of the Sky and Heaven
Haokah - God of Thunder
Hotamintanio/Maasewe - God of War
Iktomi - God of Trickery
Nokomis - Goddess of Earth (one of the many forms and names used by Gaea)
Owayodata/Nayenezghani - God of the Hunt
Tawa - God of the Sun
Tomazooma - God of Kinship and Storytelling

Olympians (Greek & Roman Gods)
Worshipped by civilizations centered on or around the Mediterranean, Agean, Ionian, Tyrrhenian and Ligurian seas such as Greece, the Macedonian Empire, the Roman Empire and parts of Egypt and Turkey from 2500 BC to the 6th century AD, though some may have been worshipped as early as 10,000 BC.
Aphrodite/Venus - Goddess of Love and Beauty
Asclepius/Vejovis - God of Medicine and Healing
Apollo - God of Light, Poetry, Prophecy and Medicine
Ares/Mars - God of War
Artemis/Diana - Goddess of the Hunt, Animals and the Moon
Athena/Minerva - Goddess of Military Strategy, Wisdom, Arts and Crafts
Bia - God of Might
Charon - Ferryman of the Underworld
Cupid/Eros - God of Love and Affection
Deimos - God of Terror
Demeter/Ceres - Goddess of Fertility, Agriculture and the Harvest
Dionysus/Bacchus - God of Wine and Revelry
Fates: Antropos, Clotho and Lachesis - Goddesses of Destiny
Furies/Dirae: Alecto, Megaera and Tisiphone - Goddesses of Vengeance and Retribution
Gaea - Goddess of Earth
Hebe/Juventas - Goddess of Youth
Hecate - Goddess of Magic and Witchcraft
Hercules/Heracles - God of Strength
Hephaestus/Vulcan - God of Fire, Smiths, Metalworking and the Forge
Hera/Juno - Goddess of Marriage and Fidelity
Hermes/Mercury - God of Speed, Merchants, Travelers and Thieves; Messenger of Olympus
Kratos - God of Force
Pan - God of Nature, the Wilderness, Shepherds and Flocks.
Phobos - God of Fear
Neptune/Poseidon - God of the Sea, Storms, Earthquakes and Horses
Persephone/Proserpina - Goddess of Spring; Queen of the Underworld
Pluto/Hades - God of the Dead and the Underworld
Rhode/Neptunia - Goddess of the Sea
Thanatos - God of Death
Vesta/Hestia - Goddess of the Home and Hearth
Zeus/Jupiter - God of the Sky, Thunder, Law, Order and Justice

Tenger (Mongolian & Turkic Gods)
Worshipped by Mongol and Turkic cultures of Central Asia from the 8th century AD into modern times, though Erlik, at least, was worshipped by various nations of the Hyborian Age.
Ay - Goddess of the Moon
Erlik - God of Death and Evil
Koyash - God of the Sun
Kuara - God of Thunder
Tengri - God of the Sky
Ulgen - God of Light
Vaat - Goddess of Earth (one of the many forms and names used by Gaea)

Teteoh (Aztec Gods)
Worshipped by the Aztecs of Central Mexico from the 6th to the 16th century AD, though some members may have been worshipped as early as 10,000 BC.
Chalchiuhtlique - Goddess of Water
Coatlicue - Goddess of Earth (one of the many forms and names used by Gaea)
Huitzilopochtli - God of the Sun
Mictlantecuhtli - God of the Dead
Ozomatli - God of Music and Dancing
Quetzalcoatl - God of the Sky
Tezcatlipoca - God of War
Tláloc - God of Storms
Xipe Totec - God of Agriculture and Sacrifice
Xochiquetzal - Goddess of Flowers and Fertility
Xolotl - God of Fire

Tuatha Da Dannan (Celtic Gods)
Worshipped by the Celts of the British Isles from 2000 BC to 500 AD, though a number of them may have been worshiped during the Hyborian Age.
Angus - God of Youth
Anpao - God of Death
Arawn - God of the Dead and the Underworld
Badb - Goddess of War
Boann - Goddess of Rivers
Bodb Derg - God of War
Brigit - Goddess of Wisdom
Caber - God of Speed and BardsAn original creation of Tom De Falco with no actual connection to Celtic mythology.
Cerridwen - Goddess of Witchcraft
Cernunnos- God of the Hunt, Harvest and Fertility
Dagda - God of Magic, Wisdom and Heaven
Danu - Goddess of Earth (one of the many forms and names used by Gaea)
Fuamnach - Goddess of Marriage
Gwynn - God of Springtime
Leir - God of Lightning and the Spear
Lugh - God of Heroes and the Sun
Morrigan - Goddess of War and Death
Nuada - God of Warriors
Taranis - God of Thunder and the Elements

Vodu (African Gods)
Worshipped by the peoples of the West African nations of Benin & Nigeria, the Caribbean countries of Hati & Cuba, and small areas of the southern United States & Central America from the 12th century AD into modern times.
Anansi - God of Wisdom and Trickery
Avlekete - Goddess of the Sea
Buluku - God of the Sky
Dam-Ayido/Damballah - God of the Dead and Serpents
Eleggua/Eschu - God of Communication and Crossroads
Ezili/Oshun - Goddess of Love
Ghekre - God of Judgment and Gorillas
Legba - God of Gateways
Lusa - God of the Sun
Mahu - Goddess of the Moon
Nyambe Ogun - God of War, Iron and Artisans
Sagbata/Baron Samedi - God of Death and Disease
Shango - God of Thunder and Lightning

Xian (Chinese Gods)
Worshipped by the Chinese culture from as early as 2000 BC into modern times.
Guan Yu - God of War
Hou-Tou - Goddess of Earth (one of the many forms and names used by Gaea)
Kui Xing - God of Exams and Paperwork
Lei Gong - God of Thunder
Nezha - God of Mischief
Shou-Hsing - God of Health and Longevity
Tian-Mu - Goddess of Lightning
Xi Wangmu - Goddess of Immortality
Yen-Lo Wang - God of Death
Yu-Huang - God of Heaven
Zhu Rong - God of Fire

Yazatas (Zoroastrian Gods)
Worshipped by the peoples of the Persian/Iranian plateau, Central Asia and parts of India from 1000 BC into modern times, though the god Mithra was worshipped by many nations as "Mitra" during the Hyborian Age.
Ahura Mazda - God of Creation
Ahriman - God of Evil
Ametertat - Goddess of Vegetation
Armaiti - Goddess of Earth (one of the many forms and names used by Gaea)
Asha - God of Fire
Atar - God of Fire
Haurvatat - Goddess of Water
Kshathra Vairya - God of Metal
Mithra/Mitra - God of Light and Justice
Vohu Manah - God of Animals and the Wilderness

"Other" Gods
Several beings have either claimed to be gods, or were mistaken for gods. These include:
Apocalypse (worshipped as Huitzilopochtli, Kali-Ma, Set, possibly others)
Beta Ray Bill (an alien warrior who was an avatar of Thor for a short time and has since been given his own similar powers)
Demons (many were originally Elder Gods, and/or were worshipped as gods even in their demonic forms)
Eternals (Zuras was mistaken for Zeus, et cetera)
The Phoenix Force (Guardian of the M'Kraan Crystal, and worshipped by the Shi'ar Empire)
Selene the Black Queen (worshipped as a goddess in Nova Roma)
Storm (worshipped as a goddess in Kenya)




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